3 hrs ago
Nutley Middle Schooler Wins Statewide Art Award
The Department of Human Services honored six New Jersey high school and middle school students for their creativity and artistry in depicting parental responsibility for the Division of Family Development's Annual Teen Media Contest.
9 hrs ago
Essex County candidates prepare for state primary
In the Senate, Democratic Sen. Ronald L. Rice is running unopposed, as well as Republican Frank Contella.
13 hrs ago
4th Wall Theatre to close season with 'Lucky Stiff' in Bloomfield
This musical farce is based on the book "The Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo" by Michael Butterworth.
17 hrs ago
Where Are You Spending Your Summer?
For some, the thrill of going to theme parks with family or boating at the beach is the best way to spend the summer.
Wed May 22, 2013
The Montclair Times
Nutley Little Theatre casts 'I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change'
Nutley Little Theatre has cast its upcoming production of the musical, "I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change." The show opens Friday, June 7, 8 p.m. at the NLT Barn in Nutley.
Montclair doctor convicted of doling out 70K oxycodone pills
NEWARK - A Montclair doctor accused of writing illegal prescriptions for painkillers was convicted today for his role in a conspiracy that put some 70,000 pills on the streets, U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman said.
Charges against priest do not involve Nutley church
The seven-count complaint, against former Wyckoff priest Michael Fugee, is not tied to his involvement with Holy Family Church in Nutley .
Where's the Cheapest Gas in Belleville and Nutley?
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Highlights from the Nutley Police blotter
At 2:05 p.m., a River Road business owner reported the theft of a 4-foot floor fan, TV parts, car batteries, a propane cylinder and ladder poles from their building.
Tue May 21, 2013
BOE Faces Scrutiny, Commissioners Oppose Gas Pipeline
On Monday's Bloomfield Township Council meeting, Councilman Nick Joanow is slated to introduce a resolution concerning the Transco Pipeline running through Bloomfield near the Nutley border.
Kralka Repeats as Shot Put Champion, Big Week for BHS Golf and Tennis
The following update comes courtesy Bloomfield High School Athletics. Serhiy Kralka repeated as Shot Put Champion at the Essex County Championship.
Motorist flees after hitting Clifton cyclist in Nutley
"The [Jeep] was going west on Centre Street, and must have scraped him and knocked him to the ground," Nutley Capt.
Nutley Police Chase Down Driver of Stolen Car
Nutley police pursued the driver of a stolen car into Newark where they arrested him after a foot chase through the city, authorities said.
Mon May 20, 2013
Robber Sought, Priest Protested, School Budget Cut
The Belleville Township Council voted Tuesday night to reduce the tax levy portion of the nearly $63 million 2013-14 school budget by $760,000, a decrease that did not satisfy one council member.The amount trimmed means the average household tax increase drops from about $270 to approximately $110, officials said.
Rutgers Scarlet Knights
Women's Rowing: Three Rowers Named to All-Big East Team
West Windsor, N.J. Led by senior Stephanie Ford on the first team, three Rutgers rowers earned All-BIG EAST honors, the conference announced Sunday afternoon following the championship regatta.
Nutley Announces Memorial Day Parade Plans
This week, Nutley Mayor Alphonse Petracco and the Board of Commissioners announced plans for the Township's Annual Memorial Day Parade on Monday, May 27 at 11 am.
Sun May 19, 2013
The Jersey Journal
Mommies 24/7 expands to New Providence, Berkeley Heights, Chatham and more
Mommies 24/7, the online community that has reached thousands of moms in just four New Jersey towns, is expanding to meet moms throughout the region.
Hugs and diplomas
Samantha Picciuti, of Mount Olive, N.J., left, hugs her best friend, Alexis Conte of Nutley, N.J., after Conte's graduation from East Stroudsburg University on Saturday, May 18, 2013.
Sat May 18, 2013
Nutley proposes water restrictions
Under the proposed ordinance, Public Works Commissioner Joseph Scarpelli introduced "Outdoor Landscape Water Conservation Guidelines" and "Prohibition of Certain Uses of Water during Emergency Conditions" were inserted into Chapter 685.
The Jersey Journal
State awarded nearly $700 million in business incentives in 2012
The state Economic Development Authority awarded $698 million in tax incentives, grants and loans to 228 projects last year, according to a year-end summary released today by the agency tasked with spurring economic growth in New Jersey.