WRITER’S RAVE REVIEWS

HARRISON — First-grader Michael’s fascination with children’s author Jay Isip’s “Dynomike” series stems from the fact…

Friends, family raising funds for the late Vitorino Cirne

By Kevin Canessa More than two weeks after the death of Vitorino Cirne, 51, the Lyndhurst…

Have summer plans? Here are a few ideas …

By Ron Leir My colleague Kevin Canessa recently covered an exhibition in Nutley of old-time Base…

Nutley’s baseball team advances to NJSIAA North 2, Group III semis

There’s an old baseball saying that big players come up big in big games. It’s definitely…

Kearny state champ wrestler Cardenas honored by hometown leaders

Jacob Cardenas never dreamed that he would enjoy a day like the one he endured last…

Lyndhurst’s Olunlade emerges as all-around track sensation

After Teslim Olunlade came to the United States from his native Nigeria when he was seven…

KHS art show dazzles

KEARNY — A wing of the South Building at Kearny High School filled with objets d’art on…

‘If ye break faith with us …’               

To say that World War I devastated the countryside of France and Belgium would be an…

Obituaries for 23 May 2018

Nan Spanton Nan Spanton (nee Radford), of Kearny, died May 19, 2018. She was 86. Visiting will…

Harrison volleyball coach Landy wins 200th game

When Nick Landy took over the head coaching responsibilities of the boys’ volleyball program at Harrison…

NA’s Modhagala driven to be school’s best ever

It was the closing lines of an article written about North Arlington’s great two-sport athlete Danny…

Kearny’s Melenciano overcomes obstacles to become softball standout

When Nayely Melenciano came to the United States from her native Dominican Republic, she was all…