NHS to present a four-day run of the musical ‘Pippin’

NUTLEY, NJ — Nutley High School Performing Arts will present four performances of the musical “Pippin” at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, March 8 to 10, as well as a 2 p.m. matinee on Sunday, March 11. All performances will be held at Nutley High School, 300 Franklin Ave. “Pippin” is a 1972 […]

Worrall Media pair wins NJPA awards

ESSEX COUNTY, NJ — Yael Katzwer, the managing editor of the News-Record of Maplewood and South Orange, as well as the West Orange Chronicle, and Rebecca Panico, a Union County LocalSource staff writer, have been honored by the New Jersey Press Association in its 2017 Newspaper Contest. Both publications are owned by Worrall Community Newspapers. […]

Timberlake’s freeholder seat remains vacant for now

ESSEX COUNTY, NJ — A seat on the Essex County Board of Chosen Freeholders remains open after Britnee Timberlake, a former president of the Board, filled the seat in the New Jersey State Assembly left vacant by Lt. Gov. Sheila Oliver. Timberlake was on the freeholder board from 2015 to 2018, and was the president […]


Jordan Cacio, senior NHS Bowling Team “Jordan has been bowling very well lately, posting high scores as we needed them and along with fellow senior Anthony Liloia have carried the team this year. He currently has the No. 2 average in the league, 191; 3rd high game, 268; and second high series, 665. Jordan has […]


Julia Yang Nutley High senior, Track and Field “Julia Yang will have won seven varsity letters in Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field. She holds the school’s indoor, 9’0”, and outdoor, 9’6” school records in the girls’ pole vault. She is very dedicated to the sport and event. She goes out of her way to train during […]

Taste of the World III: Night of fun for a good cause

NUTLEY, NJ — The third annual Taste of the World, a fundraiser sponsored by the Nutley Music Boosters Association, was an affair to remember, filled with live music, international entertainment, a 50/50 raffle, tricky tray, and food, lots of food, provided by nine local restaurants and eateries. And wine. Don’t forget the wine, that was […]

Frelinghuysen announces retirement

ESSEX COUNTY, NJ — U.S. Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen, who represents New Jersey’s 11th Legislative District, announced Jan. 29 that he would not be seeking re-election in the November 2018 election. Below is his statement: “Today as I announce my retirement at the end of this session of Congress, I want to use the opportunity to […]

Nutley/Columbia hockey team showing no quit this winter

NUTLEY, NJ – With a record of 2-12-1 heading into the last week of January, the 2017-18 high school hockey season has certainly been a rather disappointing one for the first year Nutley/Columbia squad. But second-year head coach Andy Surowiec and his players have not given up on the campaign by any means. Surowiec, who […]

PSE&G files first rate review in 8 years, requests 1-percent increase

NEWARK, NJ — On Jan. 12, PSE&G filed its first regulatory rate review in more than eight years, asking for an adjustment in electric and gas base delivery rates that would increase overall revenues by approximately 1 percent, according to a recent release from the company. According to the company, the increase is necessary to […]

DiVincenzo presents proposed 2018 county budget of $725.9M

ESSEX COUNTY, NJ — On Wednesday, Jan. 10, Essex County Executive Joseph DiVincenzo Jr. presented a proposed 2018 budget of $725.9 million that, according to a press release from the county, stabilizes the county’s financial plan and addresses challenges stemming from ongoing national economic conditions. According to the county, layoffs have been avoided since 2004 […]

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