‘Artists of the Oranges’ draws large crowd of admirers

‘Artists of the Oranges’ draws large crowd of admirers

WEST ORANGE, NJ — Close to 100 people attended the opening reception for Jim Horton’s “Artists of the Oranges” photo exhibit on Aug. 17 a the West Orange Arts Center. “This exhibit celebrates the artist next door and the vibrant art scene in the Oranges,” Horton said. “It was a pleasure to meet these talented […]

Heningburg makes his mark in Premier Lacrosse All-Star Game

Maplewood native competes in pro league’s debut season

Heningburg makes his mark in  Premier Lacrosse All-Star Game

MAPLEWOOD, NJ – Maplewood native Jules Heningburg participated in the inaugural Premier Lacrosse League All-Star Game on July 21 at Banc of California Stadium in Los Angeles, Calif. In the All-Star Game, Heningburg played for Team Rambo, which lost to Team Baptiste, by a score of 17-16. Heningburg recorded two goals and an assist. In […]

Protesters Glick, Edmonds guilty

Protesters Glick, Edmonds guilty

BLOOMFIELD, NJ — Bloomfield resident Ted Glick and co-defendant Karlos Edmonds of Freehold were found guilty on Wednesday, July 10, by Roseland Municipal Judge William Connell for failure to obey an order from a police officer. Glick was fined $375 and Edmonds $200. But after telling the judge he had no money, Edmonds was sentenced […]

Glen Ridge HS girls basketball team is No. 8 seed in ECT

GLEN RIDGE, NJ – The Glen Ridge High School girls varsity basketball team hopes to make a good run in the 45th Essex County Tournament. The Ridgers received the No. 8 seed in the 32-team field and will begin play in the first round (round of 16) this Saturday, Feb. 9 against the preliminary third […]

Town kicks off the season with lights, song and Santa

BLOOMFIELD, NJ — Bloomfield had its annual Town Hall holiday tree lighting Monday night, Dec. 3, and it was an event that combined the old and the new. Always welcomed, the Bloomfield High School Choir sang, as did Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts when introduced by Recreation Department Director Michael Sceurman. Sceurman provided the crowd with […]

Santa Claus arrives once again by helicopter

NUTLEY, NJ — The helicopter bearing Santa and Mrs. Claus came out of a clear blue sky on Friday, Nov. 23, and made a pinpoint landing on the Nutley Oval. It was chilly and breezy but the visitors from the North Pole were use to cold weather. Crowds filled the bleachers. Kids were running back […]

Nutley HS football team making progress despite tough start

NUTLEY, NJ – For the relatively young Nutley High School varsity football team, it’s been a tough season so far. But the Raiders have always given a strong effort, and that’s something head coach Steve DiGregorio is glad to see. The Raiders dropped to 1-5 after a 42-7 loss to a strong West Essex team […]

TSTI to host adult Jewish learning school

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — Adult learners wishing to deepen their understanding of Jewish life are welcome to enroll in the Florence Melton School of Adult Jewish Learning. Temple Sharey Tefilo-Israel in South Orange will once again be a host site for the courses, which represent Year Two of the program’s core curriculum. Prior attendance and […]

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