Nutley Public Schools $70 Million Budget Passed with Nary a Public Comment

May 21, 2018

NUTLEY, NJ - The Nutley Board of Education passed the $70 million 2018-2019 Budget with only two members of the public in the audience and no public comment related to the budget. Those attending the meeting were primarily people affiliated with the school district.

Nutley Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Julie Glazer, told those assembled that the planning started in June of 2017. The ...

Schedule Released for 2nd Annual Maplewood South Orange Book Festival June 8 and June 9

MAPLEWOOD AND SOUTH ORANGE, NJ - The Maplewood South Orange Book Festival has released the schedule for their second year, which begins with a reception benefit on Friday, June 8, and continues with a full day of programing for adults and children on Saturday, June 9.

There will be a children's area in the parking lot of the Woodland from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., featuring more than 50 ...

Nutley Educational Foundation's SIP. SAVOUR. & SUPPORT returns to the Nutley Museum June 21

NUTLEY, NJ - The Nutley Education Foundation will celebrate the 2018 award recipients at the second annual "Sip, Savor and Support" at the Nutley Museum June 21. 

The evening will include wine and food tasting, commemorative wine glass keepsake, and entertainment by the Nutley High School Jazz Lab ensemble.

The fun starts at 6:30 p.m. and continues to 9:30 p.m.

Friday Flashback: Hot Jazz Fills Nutley's Brightest Night of the Year at 2017 NEF Event

NUTLEY, NJ - Nutley's brightest night of the 2017 filled the Nutley Museum with the hot jazz of Nutley High School's 'Jazz Lab' as the Nutley Educational Foundation (NEF) celebrated its benefactors and the projects that making this a great place to live and learn.

The 'Jazz Lab' provided music over the course of the June evening event, but it ...

Nutley Public Schools Issues Statement on Netflix Series 13 Reasons Why Season 2

NUTLEY, NJ - Nutley Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Julie Glazer, sent a letter to Nutley parents Thursday addressing the second season of the Netflix Series '13 Reasons Why' that deals with the issue of teen suicide.

Dear Parents,

Just as I did last year at this time, I want to take a moment to write to you regarding season two of the Netflix series, 13 Reasons ...

Applications for 2018 Nutley Junior Police Academy Available in Public Schools for grades 5 to 8

NUTLEY, NJ - Summertime, and the livin' won't be so easy for the Nutley youth who report for the annual of Junior Police Academy Summer program. 

The program, lead by Detective Sergeant Michael Padilla, introduces youth to the hard work and training that goes into becoming a police officer. The kids  will do drills, work on being a part of a team ...

Lincoln School Car Wash to Support 6th Grade Grads Saturday 9 to 3

NUTLEY, NJ - The graduating class at Lincoln Elementary School is holding a car wash Saturday May 19 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Located on Harrison Street, the parking lot and car wash zone can be accessed via Brown Street. Brown Street is one way, emptying on Harrison so go around the block either at Crestwood or Bloomfield Ave. 

This event also appears on the TAPinto Nutley Community ...

Queen Latifah delivers keynote to Rutgers Newark graduates

Newark, NJ—Queen Latifah returned to her hometown of Newark Monday to deliver the keynote address at Rutgers University—Newark, where she stressed the importance of diversity and remembering where you come from and civic responsibility.

At the commencement, where 2,977 students received degrees, Latifah was presented with an honorary Doctor of Fine Arts degree not only ...

PayPal CEO says Rutgers grads need to "Help Repair the World"

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Dan Schulman, president and CEO of PayPal, called on the Class of 2018 on Sunday to take a stand for social justice as they graduate during a time of unprecedented technological and social change.

He talked about the decision at PayPal to rescind plans to build a global operations center in North Carolina following legislation many considered discriminatory ...

Girl Scout Troop 20202 Appreciates Nutley Teachers

NUTLEY, NJ - As part of their community service project Girl Scout Troop 20202 opened a Pop-up Shop to provide free educational supplies to Nutley Teachers.

The girls started together as Daisies back in Kindergarten and now as fourth graders were involved from conception to launch. Kelly Farrell Ziek lead this initiative for her daughter and the rest of the Troop members. Supplies were ...

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Clara Maass Medical Center offers Life-Saving Narcan Training Sessions

May 23, 2018

Belleville, NJ – In response to a national call from the Surgeon General of the United States emphasizing the importance of Narcan, a life-saving medication that can stop or reverse the effects of an opioid overdose, the Center of Excellence for Latino Health at Clara Maass Medical Center will host training sessions in May and June to educate the community on the use of Opioids. The ...