Talent Time to stage ‘Spelling Bee’ at BHS

Now in its 68th year, Talent Time Players will spell out what makes it great through zany musical

Talent Time to stage ‘Spelling Bee’ at BHS

BLOOMFIELD. NJ — The Talent Time Players, now it their 68th year, will present the musical, “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee,” this week with evening performances Thursday through Saturday in the Bloomfield High School Auditorium at 8 p.m. When the original musical played on Broadway, there were nine in the cast, but Talent Time […]

HPC meets with Baldwin St. developer

Commission suggests several changes to proposed Baldwin Street project at Aug. 2 meeting

HPC meets with Baldwin St. developer

GLEN RIDGE, NJ — The Glen Ridge Historic Preservation Commission last week suggested several changes for the proposed Baldwin Street project to make the relief of the building more uniform. The commission met with developer Joe Forgione at its monthly meeting Wednesday, Aug. 2. Forgione acquired five, contiguous private residences on Baldwin Street and sued the […]

Bloomfield man pleads guilty regarding Twitter gun deal

BLOOMFIELD, NJ — Acting Essex County Prosecutor Robert D. Laurino announced recently that Bomani Duncan, 20, of Bloomfield entered a guilty plea, admitting to using Twitter to recruit gang members and sell guns. He also pleaded guilty to possession of a handgun. Assistant Prosecutor Joseph A. Giordano, who handled the case, said under the terms […]

Mayor cleared in sexual harassment, assault trial

Mayor cleared in sexual harassment, assault trial

IRVINGTON, NJ — On Tuesday, Aug. 8, a six-member jury found Irvington Mayor Tony Vauss not guilty in a civil trial brought by township employee Tamara Smith, who accused him of sexual harassment and sexual assault. Smith had named both the mayor and the township in her lawsuit. “Not guilty,” Vauss said Tuesday, Aug. 8. […]