NUTLEY, NJ - With temperatures dropping overnight and ice anticipated, the Nutley Public Schools will have a delayed opening Thursday February 8 to provide walkers and drivers time to navigate slowly.
Delayed Opening for All Nutley Schools Thursday February 8
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By DEBORAH ANN TRIPOLDIMay 22, 2018
NUTLEY, NJ - Franklin Avenue’s lighting and Green Acres policy were among the questions raised during the public comment portion of the Nutley Board of Commissioners meeting on Tuesday, May 1.
Nutley resident Glenn Wallace said Franklin Avenue between Centre and Chestnut streets there are 31 light poles with one or two light bulbs. According to Wallace 41 are out; about 70 percent ...
By TAPINTO HORSES STAFFMay 22, 2018
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Registration is open for the 2018 Time To Ride Challenge.
The purpose of the Challenge is to support individual equine businesses and organizations in attracting newcomers to horses by hosting an event at their facility. This grassroots approach gives barn owners the opportunity to grow their business by introducing non-horsey people to the beauty and ...
By TAPINTO HORSES STAFFMay 21, 2018
NORTH SALEM, N.Y. — The 2018 Old Salem Farm Spring Horse Shows at Old Salem Farm in North Salem, N.Y., wrapped up on Sunday, May 20. Many winners had short rides home during the two weeks of competition that also drew riders from around the world.
Jessica Ott and Rizzi’s Comet Claim Jockey Club T.I.P. Championship
Jessica Ott of Katonah, N.Y., christened the 2018 Old Salem Farm ...
By JOHN MOONEYMay 21, 2018
SCOTCH PLAINS/FANWOOD, NJ - It started with a collection to help fund a Memorial Day barbecue at the Valley Brook Village veterans facility in Lyons, NJ. When the bucket collection raised $7,000 at John's Meat Market in downtown Scotch Plains, they decided to keep it going and had barbecues all summer. The program has grown ever since.
Steve Hackenberg, a Scotch Plains ...
By JOHN LEEMay 21, 2018
BELLEVILLE, NJ - The 15th Nutley Thriving Survivors Golf Outing got underway shortly after 8 a.m. this morning with 89 community members playing to support those battling breast cancer. The event took place at Essex County Parks' Hendricks Field Golf Course on Franklin Ave.
The morning started with a continental breakfast that allowed supporters of Nutley Thriving Survivors ...
By JOHN LEEMay 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 ...
By DEBORAH ANN TRIPOLDIMay 21, 2018
NUTLEY, NJ - Nutley Commissioners acknowledged Nutleyite Ruth Bedford with a proclamation and Revenue and Finance Commissioner Thomas J. Evans addressed the township’s current debt during the Board of Commissioners May 1 public meeting.
Mayor and Public Works Commissioner Joseph P. Scarpelli read Ruth Bedford’s Proclamation for record. The proclamation was ...