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CBS2 Gets Action On Nutley, N.J.'s $3.4 Million Dumping Ground

NUTLEY, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — CBS2 demanded answers and is now getting answers on a trashed lot in New Jersey worth millions of dollars.

The town of Nutley bought the property a few years ago and it had sat filled with garbage ever since. 530 more words


'A Dumping Ground': CBS2 Demands Answers As $3 Million Lot In Nutley Remains Undeveloped, Gathers Garbage

NUTLEY, N.J. (CBSNewYork) – Residents in Nutley are fuming after they say officials paid millions of dollars for a piece of property that’s now a trashed lot. 464 more words


Fighter Practice: Nutley 3.14.2018 & Delaware 3.18.2018

With all that happened last week with the new pup, I totally spaced on my write up from practice. I think I hit one of the Thursday Wantagh practices as well a few weeks back, but I don’t remember much from it now because that was the week Yuna got sick. 684 more words

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J.F. Loosley Drops Dead At Medford

John Frederick ‘Fred’ Loosley, 74, widely known Klamath county stockman and pioneer resident of this section, dropped dead shortly before noon Tuesday in Medford.

Mr. Loosley was shopping in a grocery store, it is understood, at the time of his death. 414 more words

Obituary/Death Notice

Nutley schools reopen with increased security

NUTLEY, N.J. — Schools in the Nutley Public School district are back in session Monday after a security threat forced them to close on Feb. 16, just before winter break. 112 more words


New Jersey student arrested for posting Instagram video threatening school: police

NUTLEY, N.J. — A student has been arrested for allegedly threatening his high school in a video posted to the social media site Instagram, police said Friday. 73 more words


"Security Threat" Posted To Social Media Causes School Closures in Nutley, NJ [EXCLUSIVE VIDEO]

ABOVE: A screenshot from the video.

Written by Ben Szioli, Citizens’ Media TV correspondent
Copy edited by Jeff Epstein

NUTLEY, NJ — Nutley Public Schools were closed for students and staff on Friday, February 16th, due to what has been reported as a “security threat” sparked by an Instagram video. 798 more words