Kearny Trinity Episcopal Church, 575 Kearny Ave., Kearny, still has tables available at a cost of $15 each or two for $25 for a flea market on Saturday, April 13, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Both new and used… Continue Reading
By Jim Hague Observer Sports Writer Although Harrison graduated five seniors from last year’s team that won 12 games, veteran head coach Dave Nankivell feels like his young team could be improved over a year ago. “We are very… Continue Reading
By Jim Hague Observer Sports Writer Veteran Nutley High School baseball coach Bob Harbison knows when he has a competitive team and when he’s in for a long season. After last year’s 15-12 campaign that featured a run to… Continue Reading
By Jim Hague Observer Sports Writer The Kearny High School softball team lost some quality players to graduation, especially pitcher Ashleigh Amadeo and doeverything performer Sarah O’Neill, from last year’s team that went 15-12. “They were quality players who… Continue Reading
Catherine Bonome Catherine Bonome passed away on March 25 at University Hospital in Newark. She was 39. She lived most of her life in Kearny. Arrangements were by the Armitage and Wiggins Funeral Home, 596 Belgrove Dr., Kearny. The service… Continue Reading
March 22 At 2 a.m., at the intersection of Hackensack Ave. and Routes 1 & 9 in South Kearny, Officers Joseph Martin and Chris Medina responded to an accident involving a BMW that had apparently struck the rear of a… Continue Reading
In this week’s edition of The Observer, our Ron Leir takes a look at how the Lyndhurst Public Schools are getting ahead with technology. Also, it’s Bergen County’s turn to buy back illegal guns. Find out where and when they’re… Continue Reading
Here are the results of The Observer’s March poll. Please keep in mind this poll is not scientific by any means. And be sure to vote in our April poll.
The North Arlington Police Department says 16-year-old Anthony Coto has returned home safely. He’d gone missing Friday night. No other details are available.
Photos by Ron Leir Construction in and out of Kearny High School has been a thorn in the BOE’s side for some time. By Ron Leir Observer Correspondent KEARNY — After more than two years of stop and start… Continue Reading
By Ron Leir Observer Correspondent KEARNY – The vice president of the Kearny Board of Education A Kearny school has been linked to a multi-million dollar mortgage fraud enterprise which, federal law enforcement agents allege, used fake documents and… Continue Reading
By Ron Leir Observer Correspondent KEARNY – Kearny homeowners who are dedicated local shoppers may soon be getting a break on their property taxes. Because every ka ching heard on a retail register will – if the town governing body… Continue Reading
By Ron Leir Observer Correspondent KEARNY – Kearny can expect to see its public safety complement built up a bit later this year. So predicted Mayor Alberto Santos, who told The Observer last week that the town “has asked… Continue Reading
By Karen Zautyk Observer Correspondent KEARNY — What could be better than dinner and a show? How about a free gourmet dinner and a free Broadway-caliber show? And without the hassle of having to trek into New York? Last Tuesday,… Continue Reading
By Karen Zautyk Observer Correspondent KEARNY — That pesky mulch pile in the meadows that went up in flames March 4 — and at least twice before — caught fire yet again March 14, Kearny fire officials have reported. The… Continue Reading