The Record (Bergen County, NJ)

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Articles from March 1, 2018

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$3.4 Million Approved for Track, Field Upgrades
The track at Woodman Field is getting replaced.So is the turf on the football field at Fortunato Field.The Montclair Township Council has approved a $3.4 million bond ordinance to fund these improvements and a project to upgrade the HVAC air conditioning...
5 Heart Attacks, 2 Surgeries Can't Stop Toni
LAKEWOOD - Toni Ann DiRienzo can tell you exactly when she's about to have a heart attack.She throws up — a lot — before her face turns white as a ghost, and "then it hurts like heck," she said."I said, 'OK Toni, you are having a heart attack,'" she...
Add Pompton DuPont Site to Superfund List
Cleaning up the big toxic mess in Pompton Lakes is a huge environmental chore, one that must employ expertise, money and will. No matter who pays for it, a remedy, at long last, won't come easy and won't come cheap. And yet it must come and it must come...
AHA Students Raise $7K for Puerto Rico
Melina Tidwell Torres of North Arlington was one of several students at the Academy of Holy Angels in Demarest to take part in a massive fundraising effort that amassed $7,042 to help four teachers from Academia Perpetuo Socorro in San Juan, Puerto Rico,...
Alice Cooper Returns to North Jersey in March
Alice Cooper got the old gang together on his latest album, "Paranormal." Two of its songs feature the surviving members of the godfather of shock rock's original band.The bassist Dennis Dunaway, the drummer Neal Smith and the guitarist Michael Bruce...
America's Not So Great Debate over Guns
SAN DIEGO – Is anyone else embarrassed by the great American gun debate? It's not so great. In fact, much of it is absurd.It's been two weeks since the massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, that left 17 people dead, and...
Area Teams Ready to Roll in State Tourney
The St. Mary boys basketball team continued to get jinxed at the start of games on the Becton High School floor while other South Bergen teams prepped for the state tournament last week with a pair of victories in the NJIC tournament.For the third time...
Assembly Approves Gun-Control Package
So-called "red flag" laws that allow police to temporarily take guns from people deemed by a judge to pose a threat have drawn renewed attention after a deadly shooting at a Florida high school last month, and New Jersey could be one of the states to...
BCCLS to Resume Interlibrary Loans as Logjam Eases
Library-goers in North Jersey, rejoice.The backlog that has plagued the beloved interlibrary loan system all year is easing up.The Bergen County Cooperative Library System anticipated it would resume online requests Feb. 26 — one month after the network...
Bellevue Theater in Montclair Could Reopen
"The vision is very impressive, and I think it fits very well with the character of the building as it currently is. And it gives it a fresh spin going forward, and tries to expand the variety of offerings for different audiences."Ilmar Vanderer,runs...
Best Breakfasts and Lunches in Montclair: A Food Crawl
Ask celebrity chef Ariane Duarte about Montclair, where for nine years she cooked at CulinAriane, her now-shuttered critically acclaimed restaurant, and she'll tell you, "It's a little Manhattan." At least, when it comes to dining."You don't ever have...
Boom Boys
If the two are larger than life, so too is the atmosphere that surrounds them — and could smother them.TAMPA - Aaron Judge was standing outside the batting cage, waiting for his turn Wednesday morning when a Tigers' coach approached with a hand extended.After...
Bosco Alum Talks Decision to Cut BC's Brian Cushing
INDIANAPOLIS — Don Bosco alum Brian Gaine was named the general manager of the Houston Texans earlier this year. And one of the first decisions he made was to part ways with linebacker Brian Cushing, who starred at Bergen Catholic, Don Bosco's greatest...
Brookdale Artists Workshop Exhibit on View at Library Gallery
The Montclair Public Library's popular art series continues with the "Brookdale Artists Workshop" on view in the Montclair Public Library Gallery, 50 South Fullerton Ave., during library hours from March 3 through March 30. An art reception is scheduled...
Buckcherry Frontman Wants to Make Mark on World through His Work
Buckcherry, a rock band known for hits like "Sorry" and "Lit Up," dating back to 1995, will be coming to Montclair.The band will perform at the Wellmont in town on March 10."The band is hitting on all cylinders," explained Josh Todd, the group's vocalist,...
Burglary/Theft
Warren Place – Police said that loose change was stolen from an unlocked motor vehicle on Sunday, Feb. 25.Sylvan Place – According to police, a delivered package was stolen from the rear of an unlocked motor vehicle on Sunday, Feb. 25.Elm Street – A...
Carlstadt-East Rutherford Lions Club
Pancake breakfast: March 4 from 8 a.m. to noon at the East Rutherford Civic Center, located on Vreeland Avenue in East Rutherford. Tickets are $5 for adults and free for children ages 5 and younger. For tickets, call 201-306-0987. Walk-ins are welcome.Meetings...
Cedar Grove Boys Basketball Ends Season in State Tournament Loss
WEST CALDWELL -- Down double digits in the second half of a playoff game would be enough to see some teams pack it up, let the clock hit zero and regroup for next season. That has never been the style of Cedar Grove's boys basketball team, who have made...
Cedar Grove Wrestling's Clarizio, McCarthy Advance to Atlantic City
MOUNT OLIVE -- Cedar Grove sent seven wrestlers to the Region 2 tournament, the last step before heading to the state championships in AFivetlantic City. After the three day tournament was over, two seasoned seniors return to Boardwalk Hall to represent...
CG Girls Hoops Moves on in State Tournament
CEDAR GROVE -- With Cedar Grove up, 35-33, with 47 seconds to go, Waldwick dribbled up the court, looking for a tying or go-ahead basket. The Warriors were setting up for a play, but senior Karen Raum was looking for it."I just noticed that they were...
Churches' Vigil Mourns Parkland Victims
Two United Church of Christ congregations in Essex County hosted a vigil for the Parkland, Fla., shooting victims.Glen Ridge Congregational Church and Community Church of Cedar Grove members were to convene on Feb. 24 on the South Lawn of the Glen Ridge...
Community Church of Cedar Grove
65 Bowden Road. Call 973-239-3875 on weekdays for more information.Thrift shop: Located at the side of the parking lot behind the church. Open Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Clothing, jewelry, bags, scarves, shoes and household items. Call 973-857-2762...
Concern for Safety
"It's a high-volume roadway, which is something that we can't just engineer away."Capt. Dan DalyFormer Wayne Police Traffic Bureau officer"Valley Road always a concern for us because it's a heavily traveled road."Capt. Dan DalyFormer Wayne Police Traffic...
Concern for Safety
"It's a high-volume roadway, which is something that we can't just engineer away."Capt. Dan DalyFormer Wayne Police Traffic Bureau officer"Valley Road always a concern for us because it's a heavily traveled road."Capt. Dan DalyFormer Wayne Police Traffic...
Corey Sanders Lifts Rutgers to Big Ten Tourney Victory
NEW YORK — Will the Big Ten tournament mark the final games Corey Sanders plays at Rutgers?If they are, the 6-foot-2 junior point guard is trying to make them memorable. Sanders finished with a game-high 23 points on 9-for-20 shooting and seven rebounds...
DePaul Athletic Hall of Fame
The DePaul Catholic High School Athletic Hall of Fame induction will be on March 1 at the Grove, 697 Pompton Ave., Cedar Grove, from 6 to 9 p.m., acknowledging former or current athletes, coaches, and Spartan family members for their athletic, professional...
Developers Propose Four-Story Apartment Building
CLIFFSIDE PARK — A proposed apartment development has neighbors questioning how it will affect life on their street.Though the area is zoned for one- and two-family homes, developer 457 Sylvan Avenue LLC plans to demolish the house at 209 Oakdene Place...
Devils' Taylor Hall Making His Case to Be MVP
SUNRISE, Fla. — The Devils, either in New Jersey or in their ancestral roots as the Colorado Rockies or Kansas City Scouts, have never had a Hart Trophy winner. But it's becoming more and more possible Taylor Hall has a strong chance to become the first...
Dick's Stops Sale of Assault-Style Guns
Dick's Sporting Goods will not sell firearms to anyone under 21 and the company is pulling assault-style weapons off its racks, the company announced Wednesday.The decision was announced amid the growing national clamor for stricter gun control after...
Did Municipal Judge Impugn Court's Integrity?
What does it take to impugn the integrity of New Jersey's judiciary?In the coming weeks, a state judicial panel is anticipated to weigh this question in connection with an Essex County Municipal Court judge's 2016 arrest on drunken driving charges.Wilfredo...
East Rutherford Seniors
Meetings are held at 1 p.m. on the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month at the Senior Civic Center, 37 Vreeland Ave. Refreshments are served and Bingo follows each meeting. New members are welcome. For more information or to make reservations, call...
ECKANKAR Center
11 Park St., Montclair. 800-870-9139, eckankar-nj.org, spirituality@eckankar-nj-org.Interactive discussions on the first Fridays of the month from 7:30 to 9 p.m., based on the ECK Wisdom books by Harold Klemp. Come share your experiences and questions.Life...
Family Hosts 5K for Colon Cancer Awareness
Sunday marks an anniversary for the Dranikoff children.On that date two years ago, their mother, Joanna Dranikoff, died of colon cancer. She was 48.This year to honor Joanna Dranikoff, her family will host a 5-K run and walk in her memory.The event is...
Federal Judge Rules against Church in Tombstone Suit
A federal judge ruled on Feb. 23 against the Archdiocese of Newark in its bid to sell tombstones at 10 Catholic cemeteries.The archdiocese had filed suit against the state over a law that banned religious cemeteries from selling tombstones. The New Jersey...
Feedback Sought on Town's 'Flex Parking'
MILLBURN — Municipal officials are taking questions about the downtown's recently installed "flexible" parking spots, spaces which some members of the public have taken an inflexible attitude toward.Following a near-revolt over a remake of streets in...
Finalists for Montclair Super Post Appear at Q&A
Being interviewed for that next big job can be a daunting experience when the discourse is just between an applicant and the person doing the hiring.One could only imagine the feeling when that job interview is being done before a live audience.That...
Fishing Classes Available Ahead of Trout Season
Welcome to March, the stretch run towards opening day of trout season in both New York and New Jersey.There's so much for anglers to do over the next few weeks, including making sure we have the proper licenses and trout stamps. There's tackle to sort...
Frazier Feels Concussion Symptoms Are Fading
TAMPA, Fla. – Clint Frazier felt his concussion symptoms gradually fading away on Wednesday, following a difficult start to his day. "I sounded a little worried this morning," Frazier said with a slight smile at Steinbrenner Field.After taking swings...
Hackensack Massage Rules Are Targeting Prostitution
HACKENSACK — The City Council has adopted stringent health regulations targeting massage parlors, in an effort to prevent prostitution in the city.The council voted unanimously Tuesday night in favor of new rules that give the city's health inspectors...
Harvey Pitches Well in Spring Debut with Mets
LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — Matt Harvey did not enjoy many stress-free days last season like the one he did Wednesday afternoon in his camp debut.He hit 96 mph while maintaining his velocity. He induced swings and misses. And perhaps most importantly, Harvey...
Horizon Customers Get Part of Federal Tax Windfall
Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey will return $150 million from its tax windfall to its 3.8 million customers this year, company officials said Wednesday.The state's biggest health insurer said it would take another $125 million from the GOP's...
How Do Salaries of NJ Coaches Compare?
Rutgers and Seton Hall are paying their men's basketball coaches at roughly the rate of peer institutions, USA TODAY's database shows.The database, which was updated Wednesday, shows the total compensation for Rutgers' Pikiell this season to be at $1.6...
How Fossil Fuels Continue to Survive in U.S
WASHINGTON – Anyone who tells you that dealing with climate change is simply a matter of sweeping away the obstructionism of oil companies is living in a dream world. The real obstacle is us - our vast dependence on fossil fuels and the difficulty of...
How the Jets Can Land a QB This Offseason
INDIANAPOLIS — NFL general managers don't like to divulge much information about how they're trying to improve their teams. They worry that one of their 31 competitors will figure out what they're thinking and how to use it against them.That's why Jets...
Immaculate Conception Just Shy in Essex Final
NEWARK - Immaculate Conception's basketball season has been built around playing the best possible competition that coach Jimmy Salmon can assemble on an independent schedule that is formidable in itself. But it comes in addition to what is already an...
Information
Millburn Township residents wishing to express their opinions to their representatives in the U.S. Congress, the New Jersey State Legislature, or Essex County government, can do so by sending letters or calling:U.S. SenateSen. Cory A. Booker359 Dirksen...
Is Corey Sanders' Rutgers Career Coming to a Close?
NEW YORK — Will the Big Ten Tournament mark the final games Corey Sanders plays at Rutgers?If they are, the 6-foot-2 junior point guard is trying to make them memorable. Sanders finished with a game-high 23 points on 9-for-20 shooting and seven rebounds...
Jersey Might Get Bumped off Trump Offshore Drilling
The waters off New Jersey might be removed from Trump administration plans to pursue oil and gas drilling in places where it's been banned for decades, two Republican congressmen from Jersey Shore districts said after a meeting with Interior Secretary...
Jets RB Forte Retiring after 10 Seasons
INDIANAPOLIS — When Matt Forte was drafted in 2008, his goal was to play 10 seasons in the NFL.Forte accomplished that milestone with the Jets in 2017. But there will be no 11th season. Forte, 32, announced his retirement from the NFL on Wednesday."For...
Jets Release DE Wilkerson
INDIANAPOLIS -- The Jets' intentions have been clear for months. But on Wednesday, they finally acted on them. The Jets released defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson, ending months of speculation and closing the final chapter of his career with the team...
Judge Dismisses Complete Streets Litigation
MILLBURN — A Superior Court judge has dismissed a lawsuit brought by property owners against the township regarding an $8.2 million road enhancement project they claim was poorly designed and didn't have Essex County's approval.Superior Court Judge Donald...
Junior High Project on Track
LYNDHURST – The school district and township are one step closer to breaking ground on a $53 million junior high school at Matera Field."We're definitely looking forward to seeing progress and to get moving on this, to make sure it is on track to be...
Knicks' Ntilikina Growing into New Role
GREENBURGH, N.Y. — Enes Kanter has an idea of what Frank Ntilikina is experiencing.Kanter was 19 when he entered the NBA, the same age Ntilikina is now in his rookie season. And like Ntilikina, Kanter was playing away from his home country.It was a tough...
Letter
Four steps to prevent gun violence in schoolsPreventing school shootings in the United States may seem impossible as long as the dysfunctional federal government continues to uphold, as sacred, the Second Amendment. However, by legislating an exorbitant...
Local Athletes Fall Shy of State Finals
It was a tough weekend at the regions for a pair of Becton wrestlers.It started by the end of Friday night.Sophomore Michael Rodriguez (106 pounds) and senior Jason Kopich (285) each fell a win short of making the state finals at Atlantic City, which...
Lodi Police Chief Retires
LODI — After 28 years on the force, Police Chief Vincent Quatrone retired Wednesday with a retirement and severance package totaling nearly $283,000.He is leaving to take a job as a senior risk consultant manager for an insurance company. Deputy Chief...
Lodi Police Chief Retires
LODI — After 28 years on the force, Police Chief Vincent Quatrone retired Wednesday with a retirement and severance package totaling nearly $283,000.He is leaving to take a job as a senior risk consultant manager for an insurance company. Deputy Chief...
Mahwah Looks into Ways to Protect Schools, Kids
MAHWAH — Nothing will be off the table when the school district reviews the safety protocol at local schools in the coming weeks, the Board of Education assured parents Wednesday night.The meeting followed a two-week stretch that saw a heightened police...
Mary's Camper Café Making a Name for Itself Selling Coffee
Have you happened upon Mary's Camper Café yet? What a neat concept – and what a friendly, delightful businesswoman. I saw Maryellen Stadtlander "camped out" – so to speak – at the corner of South Fullerton and The Crescent in Montclair a while back....
Mets' deGrom Knows He Could Miss Opening Week
PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. — Mets righty Jacob deGrom is hopeful he can potentially be the Mets' opening day starter, but acknowledged Wednesday morning it's possible he might not be ready for the start of the season.DeGrom's preparation has been delayed after...
Millburn Boys Basketball Advances to State Quarterfinals
MILLBURN - Success for the Millburn High School boys basketball team has been strong in recent years during the regular season. Yet, the Millers are within the North 2, Group 4 state sectional, one of the toughest in the entire state. When the playoffs...
Millburn Free Public Library
200 Glen Ave. 973-376-1006. millburnlibrary.org.Red Cross: The organization is providing an opportunity to donate blood on March 3 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.Author visit: March 5 at 7 p.m. Liz Josefsberg, author of the best-selling "Target 100: The World's...
Millburn Hockey Season Ends with Loss to Ridge
After scoring 120 goals on the season and taking on some of the top competition from Essex and Union counties, the Millburn High School hockey season came to an end with an 8-0 loss in the second round to Ridge, last season's Public A state champions....
Millburn Swimming Salutes 22 Seniors on Senior Night
On the night of Jan. 30, the mood was optimistic for the Millburn High School Swim Team's Graduating Class of 2018.The evening began when the Millers of Millburn hosted its own Senior Night and the Cougars of Columbia at Newark Academy in Livingston....
Millburn Wrestling Trio Eliminated in Region 4 Tourney
UNION - Three Millburn wrestlers reached the Region 4 tournament, the last step before the state championship tournament in Atlantic City. After three days of the tournament, all three Millers were eliminated from the tournament, ending the seasons of...
Montclair Honors Former Mount Carmel Pastor
"Helping those who find themselves in a time of need," was the motto for parishioners at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church in Montclair.It was also the aphorism by which the Rev. Msgr. Emmanuel M. Capozzelli, an influential person in the church and in...
Montclair Public Library
The main branch is located at 50 South Fullerton Ave.; the Bellevue Avenue branch is located at 185 Bellevue Ave. For more information, call 973-744-0500, ext. 2236 or visit montclairlibrary.org. The library is handicapped accessible.Art series: Brookdale...
Montclair's Bigsby Ascends to Elite Shot Putter
Montclair High track and field throwing coach Henry Wilson has high expectations continuing into the upcoming spring season for senior shot put artist Shelby Bigsby, and why not?In a recently completed campaign she increased her distance from 43 feet,...
Mountie, MKA Soccer Commits Show Town's Talent
The strong history of Montclair soccer has been a continuum of strong teams and individuals moving forward to the next level since the late 1980s, with the township high schools serving as great launching pads for success both at Montclair and Montclair...
Nasturtium Is Great to Plant, Eat
There are many reasons why nasturtium is popular.First, it's an attractive all-flowering plant. Some are odd, too. In fact, nasturtium flowers are slightly floppy.Second, nasturtium are edible. The seeds of this plant can be pickled, and the flowers...
Nonprofit Needle Exchange Plan Denied
PATERSON — Project Reconnect, a nonprofit group that runs a program for former inmates transitioning to life outside of prison, will not be permitted to run a needle exchange and distribution program in the city, which prompted criticism from some City...
North Arlington Squad Builds for Future
NORTH ARLINGTON – The North Arlington boys basketball team has won a little more than half its games near the end of the season.After going the first 17 games without a victory, the Vikings went 5-4 in the final nine.It is something that they can use...
North Jersey Students Strike Back
Students in schools across New Jersey are planning to walk out of their classrooms on March 14 as part of a national show of activism to call for an end to gun violence in the wake of the deadly school shooting in Parkland, Florida.The students will...
Oscar Quiz! Test Your Knowledge
If you're one of those Academy Award watchers who loses every time you jump into the office Oscar pool, you've got a lot of questions to answer before Hollywood's big gala on March 4.For example, is this the year a war movie takes Best Picture? If so,...
Paterson Councilman to Help Advise at Hospital
PATERSON — Longtime Councilman Kenneth Morris has been named an adviser to a national hospital group, a move that may signal he won't be running for re-election this year.Morris, who has been on the City Council since 2002, has not yet picked up nominating...
Pirates Lose Overtime Nail-Biter to Villanova
NEWARK - This was the in-your-face, grizzled Seton Hall basketball team everyone expected to see all season.This was the raucous, packed-upper-deck crowd a contender for big prizes deserves.This was the look of a hungry unit that can beat anyone, anywhere...
Police Blotter
The following information was provided by Capt. Michael Mulligan, of the Millburn Police Department, on Feb. 27, 2018. All suspects are presumed innocent unless proven guilty. Police blotter information may not represent the full scope of police department...
President Trashes N.J. for Political Positioning
It's safe to say that President Donald Trump has never been New Jersey's greatest booster.In his view, New Jersey is where a lone-wolf troll, sitting in the basement of his mother's home, may have orchestrated the fake news operation to disrupt the 2016...
Prosecutor: DeCamp Bus Hit, Killed Woman
An overcast, rainy Sunday provided a dreary backdrop at Grove Street and Mount Hebron Road, the day after a woman was killed near this location.Acting Essex County Prosecutor Robert Laurino and Montclair Police Chief Todd Conforti identified the victim...
PSEG Would Win, Ratepayers Would Lose
New Jersey irony: Even a clean-energy bill isn't clean. Public Service Enterprise Group has been seeking a state bailout for its nuclear plants. For the bill to pass, it needed some additives, sort of like gasoline. Attach a rider that funds renewable...
Pushed Too Far? Alerts Can Stress Mobile Users
People already can't resist constantly checking their phones for social media, messages and email. But there's one more relatively new card in the information-overload deck: push alerts.Push alerts, also known as notifications, come from apps you have...
Push to Keep Pool Afloat
RUTHERFORD – A group of Rutherford parents is criticizing one potential outcome of the upcoming school referendum plan, perceiving it will eliminate the high school's swimming pool.Built in 1980, the pool serves the Rutherford High School swim team and...
Ramapo Nets 3OT Victory in Quarterfinals
FRANKLIN LAKES – This one desperately cried out for a hero and Jason Oppler responded for Ramapo.The senior guard scored eight points in the third overtime to lift the Green Raiders to a 77-67 victory over Dwight Morrow in Wednesday's quarterfinals of...
Regional SCUBA Task Force Formed in Bergen
Bergen County Executive Jim Tedesco, Bergen County Sheriff Michael Saudino and Bergen County Freeholder Chairman Tom Sullivan recently announced the formation of the Bergen County Regional SCUBA Task Force. This new regional task force consists of municipal...
Report: Detainees Served Raw Food
"Hopefully this will propel jails to do something."Sally PillayProgram director for First Friends of New Jersey and New YorkImmigrant detainees held at three facilities in New Jersey are subject to "harsh and inhumane conditions," and have been served...
Report: Detainees Served Raw Food
"Hopefully this will propel jails to do something."Sally PillayProgram director for First Friends of New Jersey and New YorkImmigrant detainees held at three facilities in New Jersey are subject to "harsh and inhumane conditions," and have been served...
Report: N.J. Faces Terrorism Challenge
A "dramatic rise" in violence by white supremacists, anti-government groups, anarchists and other domestic extremists means New Jersey will face new and growing challenges in the fight against terrorism in 2018, according to a report released Tuesday.The...
Restaurant Inspections
Restaurant and food establishment inspections published in The Record include only the establishment's name and the evaluation it received. Evaluations are received from local health departments; however, not all departments issue reports. Readers seeking...
Retailer Plans to Auction Store Leases
Toys R Us plans to auction off the leases for 157 stores — the first stores it has target for closing as it struggles to emerge from bankruptcy — on March 29.The retailer is preparing to sell the leases on those stores, which are part of a group of...
Ridgewood H.S. Opposes Annual Nerf Dart Gun Game
RIDGEWOOD — An annual Nerf gun tournament organized by local high schoolers may be cancelled this year in light of concern regarding youth gun violence and whether the event is appropriate so soon after 17 people lost their lives in the Parkland, Florida...
Rutherford Wants 24-Hour Trash Cart Deadline
RUTHERFORD — After residents protested a proposed fine for not bringing in their empty garbage carts by 7 p.m., the borough now wants to give residents 24 hours to take them off the street instead.Councilman Mark Goldsack, the Public Works liaison, recalled...
Skiing: Berkshire Resorts Offer Learn-To Methods
About two hours from Bergen County in the Berkshire area of Massachusetts, Jiminy Peak and Ski Butternut are making learning to ski or snowboard easier by using Terrain Based Learning. TBL is a relatively new instruction technique designed to take the...
Sports on TV
COLLEGE BASKETBALLNoon, BTN: Big Ten Tournament, second round, Maryland vs. team TBA, at New York2:30 p.m., BTN: Big Ten Tournament, second round, teams TBA, at New York6:30 p.m., BTN: Big Ten Tournament, second round, teams TBA, at New York7 p.m., ESPN:...
Summit Closes out Glen Rock with Power Play Goal
"It wasn't like we were outplayed, or outclassedor outshot. It was a power play goal."Anthony YelovichPanthers coachWEST ORANGE – Walking out of South Mountain Arena Wednesday night, one Glen Rock fan lamented to another, "one stinking penalty."Summit...
SWAT Team, Cops Train for Active Shooter
"Unfortunately, this is the world we live in now. We will do everything to prepare to the best of our ability. We have to say that there's potential, can't afford to say, 'That cannot happen here.'"East Rutherford Officer Michael Pappas, on the active...
Tai Chi Teacher Will Be Remembered in Millburn
While we travel through this journey called life, we are touched by many people who leave impressions on us. Some impressions are deeper than others as in the case of Sandra Pruzansky.Sandra taught Tai Chi, Sun style for almost 10 years in Millburn Township...
Teatown Worth Trip
HIKING: Teatown (Ossining, N.Y.)FEATURES: This loop hike runs along the shore of Vernay Lake and descends into the Hidden Valley.LENGTH: About 2.0 miles.DIFFICULTY: Easy to moderate.TIME: About 1 1/2 hours.MAP: Teatown Lake Reservation map (available...
Temple B'nai Abraham
300 East Northfield Road, Livingston, 973-994-2290, tbanj.org.Back to the Basics series: Focusing on the basics of Jewish life, with special presentations at 7:30 p.m. on holidays on March 6. The series is free and open to the community. Register online...
The Movement for Practical Gun Control Begins with the Youth
Every few years, maybe more like a generation, a movement begins that won't be stopped. A woman's right to vote. The civil rights movement. Gay and lesbian rights.A few other movements didn't quite gain traction. You might remember "No Nukes" rallies...
Turtle Back Zoo May Expand, Add Camping
How would you like to sleep with wild animals?Well, at least near them.Overnight camping is one of the amenities being proposed for the Turtle Back Zoo in the preliminary stages of its master plan revision.A master plan update is required every 10 years...
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