Eyes turn skyward for solar eclipse

Eyes turn skyward for solar eclipse

Monday was a day to look skyward, with the proper eye protection, and the streets of Orange, in front of and around the high school, were filled with students, family, faculty and others looking to the heavens at a natural phenomenon. The peak time for the eclipse was about 3:24 p.m., not long after school […]

Mayor looks back and then ahead

Mayor looks back and then ahead

IRVINGTON — Mayor Tony Vauss presented an Irvington State of the Township address for 2024 last week, looking at past accomplishments, future goals and celebrating everything Irvington. “We don’t want to just talk about it, we want to show you the progress we made,” Vauss said. The event took place Thursday, March 14, in the […]

Maplewood charity to benefit from Month of Giving campaign

Maplewood charity to benefit from Month of Giving campaign

Lyn Goldsworthy describes herself as a Valerie Fund mom. “My daughter was diagnosed with Meduloblastoma, a brain cancer, and we met the Valerie Fund immediately after the tumor was removed at Morristown,” said Goldsworthy, who lives in Bloomfield. “They took care of her through 13 months of radiation and chemo and beyond,” Goldsworthy said. “We […]

Telling the story of a legendary woman

MAPLEWOOD — Sharon Shepard Levine and Lori Brown Mirabal met at Clinton Elementary School where both had children enrolled as students. That meeting led to a 20-year-effort to create what has become an award-winning documentary called “Gabriel’s Daughter, The Life and Legacy of Clara Brown.” The documentary reflects on the life and legacy of freed […]

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