Retired James Caldwell Football Coach Honored by Essex County Freeholders

April 13, 2017

NEWARK, NJ – After 53 years of dedicated service as head football coach at James Caldwell High School, Kenneth Trimmer was honored by Freeholder At-Large Patricia Sebold during a special presentation held at the Hall of Records in Newark in honor of his retirement.

Sebold thanked Trimmer for his unwavering service to students. As a retired educator with nearly 30 years of teaching ...

Hundreds Attend Fairfield Volunteer Fire Department Pancake Breakfast

FAIRFIELD, NJ — More than 300 residents, friends and family members of the Fairfield Volunteer Fire Department attended the Fairfield Exempt Firemen’s Association’s 39th Annual Pancake Breakfast on Sunday.

The guests enjoyed unlimited pancakes, sausages, coffee, milk, tea and orange juice all served by the volunteer firefighters.

Fire Captain Joe Przybylinski said the ...

West Essex High School Intergenerational Prom Attracts More Than 150 Students and Seniors

NORTH CALDWELL, NJ — Ernie DeBlasis, a Fairfield senior citizen, and Nadia Belverio, a junior at West Essex High School (WEHS), were named prom king and queen at the fourth-annual WEHS Intergenerational Prom that was held at the high school on Thursday.

The theme for this year’s prom was “A Knight in Paradise.” All guests received Hawaiian leis to wear, and a ...

Grover Cleveland Middle School Student Honored by Caldwell-West Caldwell Board of Education

WEST CALDWELL, NJ—The Caldwell-West Caldwell Board of Education on Monday recognized Grover Cleveland Middle School eighth grader Michael Medina for his participation last month at the youth summit on world food security at Rutgers University.

Medina, the youngest participant in this year’s conference and the only eighth grader in his group, authored an essay on water and ...

Brendan P. Tevlin Memorial Field Debuted at Seton Hall Prep Lacrosse Opener

WEST ORANGE, NJ — Seton Hall Prep (SHP) seniors and cousins Brian Tevlin and Thomas Magnier stood among their peers on the lacrosse team as the field was officially christened the “Brendan P. Tevlin Memorial Field” on Wednesday prior to the season opener.

Despite falling 8-6 to Summit, Brian, the younger brother of the 2013 SHP graduate and Livingston resident who was ...

North Caldwell Council Introduces 2017 Municipal Budget with 1.82 Percent Tax Increase

NORTH CALDWELL, NJ - The 2017 municipal budget to support municipal services, with a price tag of $8,733,665 in appropriations, and featuring a tax rate increase of 1.82 percent, was introduced on Wednesday by the North Caldwell Borough Council.

If adopted, this municipal budget would mean an increase in the tax levy for municipal purposes of $47.67 on the average borough ...

Daughters of Israel's Dr. Joshua Schor Named 2017 National Medical Director of the Year

WEST ORANGE, NJ — Joshua Schor, MD, CMD, medical director at Daughters of Israel in West Orange, was recently named the 2017 Medical Director of the Year by AMDA (The Society of Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine) during the society’s annual conference in Phoenix, AZ.

Schor has served in his role at Daughters of Israel since 2001. In 2014, he established an interdisciplinary ...

Fairfield Resident Recognized as “Trailblazing Woman in Labor and Business”

FAIR LAWN, NJ — In celebration of Women’s History Month, the Fair Lawn Borough Council recently honored Fairfield resident Maria Plucinsky, CPA, a Director (Owner) of Bergen County-based CPA firm Hunter Group CPA LLC, as a “Trailblazing Woman in Labor and Business.”

According to Mayor John Cosgrove and members of the council, the proclamation represents the Borough ...

Fairfield Police Seek Community's Help in Honoring Fallen Officers

FLORHAM PARK, NJ — Fairfield Police Sgt. Frank Tracey and Detective Ian Rasmussen will represent the Fairfield Police Department this year in the upcoming Police Unity Tour.

According to the police department, this event is a four-day, nearly 300-mile bicycle ride that departs from Florham Park, NJ on May 9, 2017 and concludes when the cyclists reach the National Law Enforcement ...

Fairfield Council Agrees to Find New Way to Honor Late Football Coach Michael Palmieri

FAIRFIELD, NJ — Anthony Palmieri, son of former Fairfield recreation football coach Michael Palmieri, addressed the Fairfield Township Council on Monday to inquire why his father’s monument was removed from Hollywood Avenue Park and why his memorial plaque was moved to the backstop of the baseball field.

Many friends and family members, including Michael Palmieri’s ...

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