Bania to be appointed as Nutley’s new superintendent of schools

Bania to be appointed as Nutley’s new superintendent of schools

NUTLEY, NJ — The Nutley Board of Education is expected to appoint Kent Bania as superintendent of schools at its June 27 meeting. Bania’s contract has been approved by the county superintendent and he will officially take on this role on July 1, succeeding Julie Glazer who leaves the district on June 30. A search […]

Walker Memorial Foundation presents scholarships to Nutley HS seniors

Walker Memorial Foundation presents scholarships to Nutley HS seniors

NUTLEY, NJ — The John H. Walker Memorial Foundation presents its annual scholarship awards to five Nutley High School seniors at a reception at the Nutley Free Public Library on May 25. From left are Scholarship Committee Chairperson Carol Gurney; seniors Nicole Lopez, Luke Yuricich, Nicholas Russo, Ethan Ramos and Fiorella Rivera; and foundation President […]

Wellness Walk at Nutley HS promotes positive mental health

Wellness Walk at Nutley HS promotes positive mental health

NUTLEY, NJ — Nutley High School students and staff participated in their first Wellness Walk on May 20 to celebrate Mental Health Awareness Month. Students learned about the benefits of positive mental health and had the ability to donate online to the National Alliance on Mental Illness during the week of the event.  “I had […]

Nutley substitute teacher arrested for lewd behavior in the classroom

Nutley substitute teacher arrested for lewd behavior in the classroom

NUTLEY, NJ — Nutley Police Director Alphonse Petracco and Chief Thomas Strumolo announced the arrest of Richard Dunn, 58, of Nutley, in a March 15 press release. According to Strumolo, Dunn, a Nutley High School substitute teacher, had been under investigation for the previous week for allegations of inappropriate behavior while teaching class on March […]

Bank Awards almost $25,000 in scholarships to local students

ESSEX COUNTY, NJ — Spencer Savings Bank has awarded nearly $25,000 in scholarships to high school and middle school students from 32 schools in Bergen, Passaic, Union, Mercer, Morris and Essex counties. To date almost $500,000 has been awarded since the program first started in 2002. “As a community bank, investing in our local youth […]

Belleville Historical Society hosts its annual July 4th celebration

Belleville Historical Society hosts its annual July 4th celebration

BELLEVILLE, NJ — The Belleville Historical Society’s July 4th ceremony went off with a bang as Belleville residents gathered at 11 a.m. at the old Belleville Dutch Reformed Church cemetery at Main and Rutger Street for the annual event to watch Revolutionary War reenactors fire muskets and cannon at the historic site.  Participants in the […]

1 2 3 4