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Yoga in the Park with Melody Lima continues in DeMuro Park Tuesdays at 7:30 p.m.

July 24, 2017

NUTLEY, NJ - Nutley's popular summer yoga series continues in DeMuro Park Tuesday evening from 7:30 to 9:00 p.m. The 'free' yoga class is being offered by Lima in exchange for donations of food or cash that will be given to the supplemental nutrition program of Nutley Family Service Bureau. The suggested cash donation is $5.

Attendees should bring their own yoga mat ...

Nutley children receive helmets at annual Bike Rodeo

NUTLEY, NJ - The Nutley Police Department held their fifth annual Bike Rodeo on June 17 at Department of Public Safety parking lot on Chestnut Street. Residents were able to register their bicycles with the police department so they can be identified in the event a bicycle is stolen. Captain America (Officer Steve Rogers) paid the children a visit.

Despite the drizzle, according to Sandra ...

After 10 Drownings in One Month, Authorities Tips to Avoid Water-Related Tragedies

Within one month, authorities have reported 10 drowning deaths alone in New Jersey.

July 17: A 2-year-old drowned in a home swimming pool in Galloway
July 17: A 12-year-old drowned at the Sandy Hook beach
July 10: A 4-year-old died after being pulled from a lake in Ocean View
July 9: A 6-year-old drowned in a hotel pool in Wildwood
June 22: A 17-year-old died after being pulled from ...

Bar Crawls, Zebra Stripes and Roundabouts Presented as Measures to increase Pedestrian Safety

WEST ORANGE, NJ -  Bar Crawls, Zebra Stripes and Roundabouts were presented as some of means to increase pedestrian safety at the multi-town pedestrian safety meeting held at Turtle Back Zoo Wednesday. The meeting was was attended by elected and appointed officials, township representatives and citizens activists from Nutley, Bloomfield, West Orange, Verona, Millburn and ...

Heat Advisory Notice July 19 2017

NUTLEY, NJ - With another impending heat wave predicted for the next few days, Commissioner Rogers and the Nutley Health Department (NHD) urge residents to take steps to avoid heat exhaustion and heat stroke.

When the weather turns extremely hot and humid, it’s vital to drink plenty of fluids, spend time in cool places and reduce or reschedule any physical activity. Please remember ...

Photo of the Evening: Yoga in the Park with Melody Lima

NUTLEY, NJ - Melody Lima of YogaMatUnrolled leads a large group of residents in 'Yoga in the Park' at DeMuro Park in Nutley.

The free class was offered tonight in exchange of a donation of either cash or non-perishable food for the Nutley Family Service Bureau. Participants included young and mature, ordinary citizens, municipal employees, and even an elected official or ...

Mental Health Services Addressed and Questioned at Nutley Commissioners’ Meeting

NUTLEY, NJ - Northwest Essex Community Healthcare resolution passed and fund cuts to Nutley Family Service Bureau addressed during Nutley’s open public meeting Wednesday evening, July 5

Resolutions

Public Affairs Commissioner Steven L. Rogers request to amend a resolution of an agreement with Northwest Essex Community Healthcare, a non-profit corporation in Belleville, ...

CFBNJ: Bridging The Gap With Summer Meals

HILLSIDE, NJ - When the bell rings for summer recess, hundreds of thousands of New Jersey children lose access to regular healthy meals. For kids who receive free or reduced-price school meals and after-school dinners at our Kids Cafes, summer vacation can mean an end to knowing for sure when they will eat again.

In order to bridge the gap, the Community ...

Nutley Farmers Market Walk and Talk Generates Sweat and Informed Citizens.

NUTLEY, NJ - Mayor Dr. Joe Scarpelli led a group of energetic walkers on a 3 mile trek through Nutley as the kick-off walk for Greenutley’s ‘Walk & Talk’ series. A different guest speaker leads the walk every week. 

The energized group departed from Municipal parking lot No. 1 at 8:30am and had  about 90 minutes hours to ask questions of the Mayor. The ...

Beware of Tick-Borne Diseases

UNION, NJ – Residents should be aware of tick-borne diseases and protection against them.

Tick-borne diseases are bacterial illnesses that spread to humans through infected ticks.  Different tick-borne diseases are caused by different micro-organisms and in New Jersey the most common are Lyme disease, Ehrlichiosis, Anaplasmosis, Rocky Mt. spotted fever, and ...

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Give Blood in Montclair - 1st 30 donors get $10 Whole Foods Market gift card!

July 17, 2017

Montclair - New Jersey Blood Services (NJBS), a division of New York Blood Center (NYBC) has declared a blood emergency with an appeal to local residents to donate blood at Whole Foods Market,  701 Bloomfield Avenue on Monday, July 24 from 1:00 pm to 7:00 pm outside the store on the NJBS bloodmobile.

As a thank you, the first 30 donors will receive a voucher for a $10 Whole Foods Market ...