Belleville High School plans winter concerts
The Belleville High School Music Department presents the 2014 Winter Concert Series at 7 p.m. Thursdays, Dec. 11 and Dec. 18 in the Connie Francis Theatre at Belleville High School.
Belleville Public Library and Information Center, 221 Washington Ave., holds a Saturday craft program, open to all ages, Dec. 13 at 3 p.m.
Bucco Couture Delivers Fine-Clothing, Showroom Experiences to Doorsteps of Sophisticated Customers
New Luxury Mobile Boutique Provides World-class Bespoke Custom & Full-complement of Ready-to-wear Designer Garments to Homes & Offices throughout Tri-state Area & Connecticut. [PR.com]
NJ police union warns of 'heightened hostility'
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) ? New Jersey's statewide police union issued an email alert to the group's 33,000 members Sunday warning them to take extra caution after two NYPD officers were murdered.
?Walking Dead? fever heats up at NJ convention
SECAUCUS, NEW JERSEY - It?s like the heaven of all things ?Walking Dead? at the Walker Stalker Convention in Secaucus, NJ over the weekend. Thousands of fans infected with the Walking Dead fever got to meet and chat with some of the show?s biggest stars ? both the living and the dead characters. Stars like Norman [?]
Jefferson Starship to Celebrate 50 Years of Jefferson Airplane
Jefferson Starship will celebrate 50 years of Jefferson Airplane with a tour that stretches well into 2015 beginning January 16 in Belleville, Ontario. The band features Airplane and Starship co-founder Paul Kantner and will celebrate the 50th anniversary of Jefferson Airplane.
Nutley recognizes CEO of Belleville hospital
The Nutley Board of Commissioners on Tuesday recognized Mary Ellen Clyne, president and CEO of Clara Maass Medical Center in Belleville, for her leadership and contributions to the well-being and care for others.
Recycling funds for local towns
State recycling grants totaling approximately $226,000 are being awarded to the eight communities in The Observer coverage area to implement and enhance local recycling efforts, the N.J. Department of Environmental Protection announced last week.
Lawman?s remaining charge dismissed
The Essex County Prosecutor's Office has dismissed a remaining charge against an Essex County Sheriff's officer, who was accused of criminally restraining a woman in 2012. The incident had allegedly ended in Nutley.