Library shows earliest film of Nutley, shot in 1918

Library shows earliest film of Nutley, shot in 1918

NUTLEY, NJ — It was a familiar way to celebrate Memorial Day, with parades, banners and palpable patriotism. But it wasn’t last May, it was almost a century ago, and all captured in the film, “Nutley 1918.” Played for only the second time before a public audience at the Nutley Public Library on April 12, “Nutley […]

Patriot Club members lay wreath at Arlington

NUTLEY, NJ — For 12 students, all members of the Nutley High School Patriot Club, honoring the sacrifices made by those in the U.S. Armed Forces is important. This dedication prompted them to take part in a wreath-laying ceremony earlier this month in Washington, D.C. The wreath-laying ceremony involved placing a wreath on the Tomb of […]

Rahway flood plan moves to New England corps for help

Rahway flood plan moves to New England corps for help

ESSEX AND UNION COUNTIES — The multimillion-dollar plan to mitigate major flooding along the Rahway River has reached the final approval stage and, to help move the project along, the review process has been transferred to the New England District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, officials said. “It’s not uncommon for work to […]

Med school is given OK to proceed

Med school is given OK  to proceed

NUTLEY, NJ — A federally recognized agency has given its approval to the medical school currently proposed for the former Hoffmann-La Roche site in Nutley. The school, if it is opened, will be the only privately owned medical school in the state. This approval provides a big step forward for the project, according to the two […]

Seton Hall med school is given OK to proceed

Seton Hall med school is given OK to proceed

NUTLEY, NJ — A federally recognized agency has given its approval to the medical school currently proposed for the former Hoffmann-La Roche site in Nutley. The school, if it is opened, will be the only privately owned medical school in the state. This approval provides a big step forward for the project, according to the […]

Local protesters arrested at Rep. Lance’s office

Local protesters arrested at Rep. Lance’s office

WESTFIELD, NJ — A half dozen activists seeking guarantees against deportation of those brought illegally into the United States as children were arrested at U.S. Rep. Leonard Lance’s office in Westfield on Feb. 5, the latest in a series of protests at the lawmaker’s district headquarters. The six, comprised of religious leaders and their followers, […]

Relay for Life is ready for 12th annual event

Relay for Life is ready for 12th annual event

NUTLEY, NJ — After losing her husband to a rare form of appendix cancer, Tammi Trible turned to Relay for Life to honor her husband’s fight against the disease. In its 12th year, Trible’s organized team, “Walking In Faith,” will again participate in Nutley’s Relay For Life. “Relay For Life of Nutley is a life-changing event […]

ON3 growing, says mayor, and Nutley will benefit

ON3 growing, says mayor, and Nutley will benefit

NUTLEY, NJ — Prism Capital Partners, the real estate investment company that purchased 116 acres left behind following the departure of the Switzerland-based, Hoffmann-La Roche pharmaceutical company, is asking the Nutley and Clifton communities what they want to see fill the empty remains. Calling the site ON3 for its proximity to Route 3, the five buildings […]