Nutley Scout Troop 147 competes in Klondike Derby

NUTLEY, NJ — The Lenape Trail District of the Northern New Jersey Council – BSA held its annual Klondike Derby on a sunny but cool day at South Mountain Reservation in West Orange. A brief snowstorm the day before added to snow already on the ground which helped the Klondike sled move easily. The Klondike […]

County, Art Educators of New Jersey partner to highlight the student creativity

NEWARK, NJ — Essex County Executive Joseph DiVincenzo Jr. and the Art Educators of New Jersey welcomed 102 students from throughout Essex County to the Hall of Records in Newark for the Art Educators of New Jersey student art exhibit on March 28. This is the 12th consecutive year in which DiVincenzo has partnered with […]

Nutley High will present ‘Thoroughly Modern Millie’

NUTLEY, NJ — Nutley High School Performing Arts will present three performances of “Thoroughly Modern Millie” at 7 p.m. on Friday, March 11, and Saturday, March 12, as well as 2 p.m. on Sunday, March 13 at Nutley High School, 300 Franklin Ave. Tickets for reserved seats are available for advance purchase at the Nutley […]

Elks to feast on wild game

NUTLEY, NJ — The Nutley Elks Lodge No. 1290 will host its sixth annual Wild Game Charity Dinner on Saturday, March 12, from 6 to 10 p.m. at the Nutley Elks Lodge No. 1290, 242 Chestnut St. Nutley. Proceeds from the night will be donated to Nutley Elks Special Children and the James “Shamis” Reitberger […]

Nutley Scouts receive Catholic award

NUTLEY, NJ — Two Scouts from Nutley Troop 147 of the Franklin Reformed Church received the Catholic Ad Altare Dei Award at a recent Scout Sunday ceremony at the Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart in Newark. Scouts Alvaro Flores and Anthony Gola received their awards from Rev. Eugene J. Field, the Archdiocesan Boy Scout […]

Students are hooked on robotics

NUTLEY, NJ — When you think of robotics, what is the first thing that comes to mind? If you imagine the robot in the old television series “Lost in Space” or one of the creepy variations of “The Terminator,” you’d be experiencing entertainment, and not the science-based world of robotics. Robotics combines programming, code-building and mobile […]

Kick-off rally set for Relay for Life

NUTLEY, NJ — Commissioner Mauro G. Tucci will officially kick off Nutley’s 10th annual Relay For Life event with a gathering at the Parks and Recreation Department, located at 44 Park Ave., on Thursday, Feb 4. This kick off celebration is a huge milestone for Nutley. Ten years and a goal of reaching $1 million […]

Relay for Life kickoff planned for next week

NUTLEY, NJ — Commissioner Mauro G. Tucci will officially kick off Nutley’s 10th annual Relay For Life event with a gathering at the Parks and Recreation Department, located at 44 Park Ave., on Thursday, Feb 4. This kick off celebration is a huge milestone for Nutley. Ten years and a goal of reaching $1 million […]

Middle school now teaching in smartphone ‘classrooms’

NUTLEY, NJ — Middle school is a time of great change. With students dealing with puberty, more in-depth classes and ever-demanding peer pressure, it’s no wonder they can become confused or distracted from their school work. Throw in the nonstop technology of the modern world, always pinging and grabbing their attention, and things get even […]

New BOE sworn in

NUTLEY, NJ — At the Nutley reorganization meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 5, four Nutley residents were officially sworn in as Nutley Board of Education members. Incumbents Ryan Kline and Deborah J. Russo were sworn in for three-year terms, and newcomer Salvatore Balsamo was sworn in as the newest member of the board. Balsamo has been […]