Nutley Athlete of the Month: Owen Lockwood, fencing

Nutley Athlete of the Month: Owen Lockwood, fencing

NUTLEY, NJ — Owen Lockwood, a senior at Nutley High School, has been fencing for five years. He fences for four hours each day at Fencers Club in New York City and Top Fencing Club in Northvale. He has competed in multiple national tournaments. Lockwood has been named a high school All-American four times, took […]

Nutley Athlete of the Month: Abby Scheidel, basketball

Nutley Athlete of the Month: Abby Scheidel, basketball

NUTLEY, NJ — Abby Scheidel, a senior at Nutley High School, has been a member of the school’s basketball team since freshman year. So far, during her first three years of high school, Scheidel made All Conference. She finished her high school career with 241 three-pointers, which is second all-time for girls in the school’s […]

Nutley Historical Society celebrates 75th anniversary

Nutley Historical Society celebrates 75th anniversary

NUTLEY, NJ — Back on March 5, 1945, more than 200 Nutleyites gathered in the Stockton Room of the Nutley Public Library for the momentous formation of the Nutley Historical Society. Seventy-five years later, approximately 50 Nutleyites gathered at the Nutley Museum to celebrate the society’s anniversary and many successes. On March 5, 2020, Nutley […]

Belleville receives $334,760 through CDBG program

Belleville receives $334,760 through CDBG program

BELLEVILLE, NJ — Essex County recently announced that approximately $5.4 million will be distributed to 14 Essex County municipalities and 34 community organizations through the Community Development Block Grant program and the Emergency Solutions Grant program. Belleville received $334,760 for water main and valve replacement in various locations. The CDBG and ESG programs are funded […]

Nutley author debuts writing talent in thoughtful novel

Nutley author debuts writing talent in thoughtful novel

NUTLEY, NJ — In “1984,” acclaimed author George Orwell writes, “Reality exists in the human mind and nowhere else.” A lot of literary critics have spent decades debating this quotation, pulling in philosophy, religion, psychology and other literature. A new component has recently been entered into the debate: Nutley author Steve Terrebush’s debut novel, “Beyond […]

Nutley native raises the bar with lofty wedding proposal

Nutley native raises the bar with lofty wedding proposal

NUTLEY, NJ — Nutley native Daniel Del Tufo and Julia Kallmerten took their relationship to new heights earlier this year, when Del Tufo proposed to Kallmerten atop the Memorial Bridge in Portsmouth, N.H. The two civil engineers met at the University of New Hampshire, where Del Tufo enrolled after graduating from Nutley High School in […]

Nutley Athlete of the Month: Nicole Case, bowling

Nutley Athlete of the Month: Nicole Case, bowling

NUTLEY, NJ — Nicole Case, a junior, has been a member of Nutley High School’s girls bowling team for the past three seasons, earning a varsity letter all three years. As a freshman, she developed into the team’s No. 5 bowler, filling in for tournaments and seeing considerable action in league play. Last season she […]

Nutley Athlete of the Month: Pete Haverick, wrestling

Nutley Athlete of the Month: Pete Haverick, wrestling

NUTLEY, NJ — Pete Hackerick is a senior at Nutley High School who competes in the 152-pound weight class for NHS wrestling. As of deadline, he was 26-3. He began wrestling during his freshman year at Paramus Catholic and loved it. He became a starter but, after some matches with nationally ranked wrestlers, found that […]

Nutley receives $156,800‬ through CDBG program

Nutley receives $156,800‬ through CDBG program

NUTLEY, NJ — Essex County recently announced that approximately $5.4 million will be distributed to 14 Essex County municipalities and 34 community organizations through the Community Development Block Grant program and the Emergency Solutions Grant program. Nutley received $156,800, specifically $125,450 for Witherspoon Street roadway reconstruction and $31,350 for an ADA pathway at Father Glotzbach […]

Two towns receive $267,740 through CDBG program

Two towns receive $267,740 through CDBG program

MAPLEWOOD / SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — Essex County recently announced that approximately $5.4 million will be distributed to 14 Essex County municipalities and 34 community organizations through the Community Development Block Grant program and the Emergency Solutions Grant program. Maplewood received $164,840 and South Orange received $102,900. The CDBG and ESG programs are funded through […]

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