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Nutley First Responders Remove Two Cars and Driver from Third River behind CVS

January 18, 2018

NUTLEY, NJ - Nutley first responders removed two cars and a driver from the Third River behind the CVS on Harrison St this afternoon. 

According to people on the scene, a 79 year old woman was at the drive through at the CVS when her car accelerated into the fence separating the CVS parking lot from the apartment parking lot immediately behind CVS. Her car went through the ...

What to know about clearing snow in Nutley

NUTLEY, NJ - As snow continues to fall in Nutley, residents are reminded of local ordinances that help make Nutley safe for everyone.

SNOW PLOWING OF ROADWAYS
To aid the Public Works Department in clearing the streets, do not throw snow back into the street. Do not plow snow into the roadway. This will be strictly enforced.

Snow Plowing Operations may cause snow to be pushed and cover ...

Glen Ridge Police Seek Public's Help Following Hit and Run Accident

GLEN RIDGE, NJ - The Glen Ridge Police Department is asking witnesses to a hit and run accident on Ridgewood Ave to contact the department.

At about 7:10 p.m. on Friday Jan. 12, a hit and run accident took place on Ridgewood Ave at Snowden Place. Video footage of the area shows several pedestrians in the area at the time. 

Please call the police desk at 973-748-5400 x 111 ...

Failure to shovel sidewalks results in fines for Nutley residents

NUTLEY, NJ - Several Nutley property owners were issues summonses by Nutley Police Officers in the wake of the 'Bomb Cyclone' of Jan. 4. 

On Jan 7, a Brookline Avenue homeowner was cited after a report of a snow covered sidewalk was received. 

The owner of a vacant home on Race Street was issued a Township Ordinance on Jan. 8 after that property was found to ...

Pedestrian Victim in Fatal Bus Accident Identified as 78 year old Nutley Man

NUTLEY, NJ - Acting Essex County Prosecutor Robert D. Laurino and Nutley Police Chief Thomas J. Strumolo released details about the pedestrian victim of the fatal accident involving a NJ Transit bus last night in Nutley.

Umberto Lombardi, 78, was struck and killed by an articulated bus turning left from Bloomfield Avenue to Centre Street. Lombardi was crossing the street at ...

Developing Story: Pedestrian Fatally Struck by NJ Transit Bus in Nutley

NUTLEY, NJ - A pedestrian was struck by a New Jersey Transit bus at the intersection of Bloomfield Ave. and Centre St. at approximately 8:25 p.m. tonight.

The Nutley Police Department, Nutley Fire Department and the Nutley Volunteer Emergency and Rescue Squad responded to the scene. An 8:40 p.m. report from BNN reports that the EMS on the scene pronounced the victim as ...

New Year Rings in with new series of attempted auto thefts on Nutley's Satterthwaite Avenue

NUTLEY, NJ - The Nutley Police Department reports that two attempts at vehicle theft were made on January 3 on Satterthwaite Avenue.

In the first attempt, a Land Rover Range Rover Sport and Mercedes Benz GLK were the targets. Nutley police received a call that a male party tried the door handles on both vehicles before leaving. The homeowner described the individual as ...

Clifton woman charged with DWI after Jeep ends up in Nutley's Third River

NUTLEY, NJ - A Clifton woman was charged with  driving while intoxicated, refusal to provide a breath sample, careless driving and driving while suspended after the Jeep she was driving was spotting in the Third River. 

A Nutley police patrol spotted the Jeep wagon in the Third River New Year's Eve in the area of  Passaic Ave and Satterthwaite. After being ...

Salary wage ordinance amended, new fire truck purchase passed at Nutley Commission meeting

NUTLEY, NJ - Ordinances were introduced and passed during the Dec. 19 Board of Commissioners public meeting, Including salary changes and the purchase of a new fire truck and equipment.

Public Affairs Commissioner Steven L. Rogers amended Ordinance 3375, introduced on Dec. 5 to change administration clerk/register were minimum $40,000 to maximum $60,000 are now from minimum $40,000 to maximum ...

Nutley Police Department Issues Alert Following Forcible Handbag Theft

NUTLEY, NJ - Police Director Alphonse Petracco and Chief Thomas Strumolo issued an alert to all Nutley residents after two men robbed a Nutley woman earlier today.

At 4:00 p.m. Friday, police responded to a home on the North end of Washington Ave following a a 911 call. A woman was unloading groceries,  was approached by an unidentified man who then ...

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