No Marco Polo. No kids taking short cuts through the lap lanes. No lifeguards shouting at rule-breakers — only Head Guard Chris Spurrier (pictured here), respectfully monitoring. It’s the ultimate […]
It’s been one of the hottest and driest Julys in New Jersey history, and it shows. Mother Nature has been scorching the lawns at the public buildings in Glen Ridge, […]
A black mixed-breed dog was found on Pleasant Valley Way near Route 280 in West Orange. Very sweet disposition. If this is your dog, please contact email@example.com
Have you driven by Ridgewood and East Cedar (the Milk Money/Framing Mill corner) or Baker and Burnett (Maplewood Middle School and Library) in the last 24 hours? Drive over and […]
When Gay DiVirgilio was in the third grade, her class took a trip to Braves Field in Boston, where she saw her very first baseball game. Astounded at the sight […]
Ellen Kahaner rode around Queens, NY growing up, was an American Youth Hostel (AYH) bike trip leader in her late teens, rode to and from graduate school from Brooklyn Heights […]
Once a Mountie, always a Mountie — or so it seemed yesterday at Eagle Rock Reservation, where hundreds of graduates of Montclair High School gathered for the All Class Reunion […]
You may have seen these signs around South Orange advertising “Downtown After Sundown” concerts in Spiotta Park and Sloan Street this July. Outdoor concerts are, of course, a summer staple. […]
The NAACP of the Oranges/Maplewood passed a resolution on June 15 admonishing the South Orange Maplewood school district for doing too little to end what they claim is a leveling […]
Are either of these your cats?
Starting July 15 and running through August 20, the Cora Hartshorn Arboretum on Forest Drive South in Short Hills will have a new summer exhibit called “Bees, Butterflies and Birds.” […]
Kitchen a la Mode in South Orange turns two this week and is celebrating with a day-long sale on Thursday that offers 15 percent off everything in the store.
A bit of asbestos was found in a chunk of ceiling that was removed last Friday at the Maplewood Memorial Library during the first day of remodeling . It’s business as usual this week, according to the library administration.
If it’s Thursday, it must be Bloomfield. That’s the day that Bloomfield holds its farmer’s market, which is capped off every week by live music starting at 4 p.m. The […]