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His swift response saved a life
An off-duty Nutley cop has been credited with coming to the aid of a stabbing victim at a Clifton shopping mall and thereby saving that person's life.
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Tue Apr 22, 2014
Community Mourns Passing of Jessie Patterson, HomeTowne TV Station Manager
Jesse R. Patterson, 31, of Summit, passed away at Overlook Hospital on April 19. Patterson served as the station manager of Summit-based HomeTowne Television for more than a decade.
Nutley: Police blotter, April 22
On April 12 at 1:54 a.m., a vehicle stop on Franklin Avenue resulted in the arrest of Sergio Landeros, 26, of Garfield.
Mon Apr 21, 2014
The Martha's Vineyard Times
John Rogers Stafford
John R. Stafford served as Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Office of Wyeth from 1986 to 2001 and continued as Chairman of the Board until his retirement in December, 2002.
Sat Apr 19, 2014
Lowry: Stabbing case brings about soul-searching
Stare into the haggard face on the front of Friday's paper, and stare into the face of despair.
Roselle Park News
Paving Of East Grant Scheduled To Start Monday
After delays attributed to weather that postponed the final phase of repaving on East Grant Avenue, the project is finally set to start on Monday, April 21st and due to end by Friday, April 25th.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
The Verona-Cedar Grove Times
Nutley cop who disarmed suspect 'never off-duty'
A Nutley police officer described as a humble, family man is being hailed a hero, after he subdued a stabbing suspect in Clifton while off-duty.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Henry "Hank" Werner, 61, pleaded not guilty in the fatal stabbing of a man in Clifton.
A homeless man accused of stabbing two people in a Clifton shopping center, one fatally, on Monday morning has pleaded not guilty to murder, criminal weapons possession, aggravated assault with a weapon and attempted murder.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Clifton taxpayers face $17 tax hike
Leading up to the municipality's budget adoption meeting, held Wednesday night and after Clifton Journal's press deadline, City sources said the budget would contain a one tax-point increase which represents a $17 hike on the average Clifton home assessed at $177,077 and the lowest tax increase in more than 20 years.
Nutley closer to broadcasting commission meetings
On Tuesday, the board passed a resolution under Parks and Recreation Commissioner Mauro Tucci authorizing the Parks and Public Property Department to move forward with gathering information that will be presented to the board for consideration to broadcasting meetings.
Nutley Scouts to the rescue
The temperature was bone-chilling and the rain was falling in torrents, but undeterred by the nasty weather, members of the Nutley Volunteer Emergency & Rescue Squad were out in the storm, turning a Lincoln Town Car into a heap of scrap metal.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Homeless man charged in stabbing death of Clifton man seemed harmless, acquaintances say
CLIFTON - A homeless man who often hung out at a Clifton shopping center was seen by many as easy-going and non-threatening.
Nutley police arrest burglary suspects
Nutley police arrested seven people in connection to residential burglaries occurring in the township between December of last year and March of this year.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
The Jersey Journal
Bridge scandal: NJ taxpayers to pay legal bills for at least 5 officials
Bill Stepien's lawyer, Kevin Marino told reporters the case he is arguing in court for his client's fifth amendment rights is much more significant that what has become known as Bridgegate.
The Verona-Cedar Grove Times
Homeless man stabbed two Clifton men, killing one
A known homeless man is in police custody after police said he stabbed two Clifton men, killing one in front of the Hallmark store in the Richfield Shopping Center on Allwood Road earlier this morning.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
The Jersey Journal
NJ college student caught in drug bust cleared by school tests, attorney says
Authorities have say they have broken up a major drug-trafficking network in the past week, making 20 arrests after a six-month investigation called "Operation Blue Bullet."
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Nutley presents workshop on Saturday
The Nutley Public Affairs and Health departments will work with a number of organizations to deliver free informational workshops on healthcare topics.
9 Nutley home burglaries solved, cops say
Nutley police said they've broken a string of residential burglaries, dating from late 2013, involving nine separate cases throughout the township, with the arrests of seven suspects.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
The Nutley Academic Booster Club hosted its Biannual History Fair on Saturday, March 22, in the Nutley High School gymnasium.