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Nutley Sun, January 2013
Date: 1/9/2013 Album ID: 1593197
Photos by Nutley Sun
106589  184FranklinAve  NUTLEY, NJ  1/14/2013 
184 FRANKLIN AVE. IN NUTLEY: This building, at 184 Franklin Ave. in Nutley, is on the agenda for a zoning board meeting on Jan. 14th.  The building is proposed to be a 
bar/restaurant/ bowling alley.
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Astorga 1/24/13 Nutley, NJ 
The puck glances off Nutley junior goalie Alec Astorga’s glove, good for one of his 25 saves in the 4-0 shutout against Middletown-North. 
Nelson DePasquale/Staff Photographer
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105259  MusicCane  NUTLEY, NJ  1/15/2013 NUTLEY RECREATION DEPARTMENT PRESENTS THE MUSIC MAN: The Nutley Recreation Department staged The Music Man at the John H. Walker Middle School on Jan. 10, 11 and 12, with 42 students involved in the production, and directed by James J. Miles III.  The Music Man is the story of a con man who tries to scam the residents of a Midwestern town into paying for a non-existent marching band program, in order to abscond with the money, but his plan goes awry.
Nutley High School sophomore John McCullough plays Mayor Shin, who is trying to bring con man Harold Hill to justice.
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105259  MusicCouple  NUTLEY, NJ  1/15/2013 NUTLEY RECREATION DEPARTMENT PRESENTS THE MUSIC MAN: The Nutley Recreation Department staged The Music Man at the John H. Walker Middle School on Jan. 10, 11 and 12, with 42 students involved in the production, and directed by James J. Miles III.  The Music Man is the story of a con man who tries to scam the residents of a Midwestern town into paying for a non-existent marching band program, in order to abscond with the money, but his plan goes awry.
NHS junior Molly Spector-Williams as piano teacher Marian Paroo, and St. Benedict's Prep senior Edward Kos as con man Harold Hill, discuss Harold’s past as a traveling salesman.
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105259  MusicDance  NUTLEY, NJ  1/15/2013 NUTLEY RECREATION DEPARTMENT PRESENTS THE MUSIC MAN: The Nutley Recreation Department staged The Music Man at the John H. Walker Middle School on Jan. 10, 11 and 12, with 42 students involved in the production, and directed by James J. Miles III.  The Music Man is the story of a con man who tries to scam the residents of a Midwestern town into paying for a non-existent marching band program, in order to abscond with the money, but his plan goes awry.
Christina Allegra as Ethel Toffelmier and Ian Loveall as Marcellus Washburn dance the “Shipoopi, one of the shows big dances numbers.
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105259  MusicQuarted  NUTLEY, NJ  1/15/2013 NUTLEY RECREATION DEPARTMENT PRESENTS THE MUSIC MAN: The Nutley Recreation Department staged The Music Man at the John H. Walker Middle School on Jan. 10, 11 and 12, with 42 students involved in the production, and directed by James J. Miles III.  The Music Man is the story of a con man who tries to scam the residents of a Midwestern town into paying for a non-existent marching band program, in order to abscond with the money, but his plan goes awry.
From left, Matt Mullaley, Kimberly Martinez, Michael Tortellini, and Maggie Spector-Williams play members of the River City School Board who  form a quartet, thanks to the influence of Harold Hill, here singing Lida Rose
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105259  FluShot  NUTLEY, NJ  1/16/2013 NUTLEY HEALTH DEPT. OFFERS FLU SHOTS AT PUBLIC AFFAIRS BLDG. : Michael Patrizio of Nutley recieves a flu vaccine shot on Wednesday, Jan. 16, at the Nutley Public Affairs Building, administered by Public Health Nurse Maddy Goglia.  Both are Nutley residents.
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00107053 WASHPARKLIGHT NUTLEY 01/24/2013
An 18-wheeler took out the traffic light and street sign on the corner of Washinghton and Park avenues around 11:45 a.m. Police blocked portions of both avenues until the traffic light and debrees was cleared from the street. Police and fire fighters carry the street sign/traffic light off the roadway onto the side of Kaival Mini Store. 
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Kucinski  NUTLEY, NJ  2/2/2010 NUTLEY BOE CANDIDATE CHARLES KUCINSKI: Charles Kucinski  will be a candidate for a position on the Nutley Board of Education in 2010.
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105711  DanielDog, NJ  1/26/2013 DANIEL THE MIRACLE DOG VISITS NUTLEY PUBLIC LIBRARY: Nutley dog trainer and author Joe Dwyer visited the Nutley Public Library on Saturday, Jan. 26, along with his Beagle Daniel, who survived an animal shelter's gas chamber before Joe adopted him.  A short film entitled, ÒA Conversation with DanielÓ, by Nutley filmmaker Steven Crowley was shown, with audience questions and a book signing capping the visit.
Local filmmaker Steven Crowley holds Daniel during a talk by author Joe Dwyer at the Nutley Public Library on Saturday.
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105711  DanieSign, NJ  1/26/2013 DANIEL THE MIRACLE DOG VISITS NUTLEY PUBLIC LIBRARY: Nutley dog lover and author Joe Dwyer visited the Nutley Public Library on Saturday, Jan. 26, along with his Beagle Daniel, who survived an animal shelter's gas chamber before Joe adopted him.  A short film entitled, “A Conversation with Daniel”, by Nutley filmmaker Steven Crowley was shown, with audience questions and a book signing capping the visit.
Local dog trainer Joe Dwyer signs a copy of his book, Daniel the Miracle Beagle, for resident Rita Donovan at the Nutley Public Library after telling attendees the story of  how he came to adopt the dog.
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107108  LobsterGuard  NUTLEY, NJ  1/25/2013  LOCAL ENTREPENEUR TELLS HIS STORY AT MEETING OF THE NUTLEY OLD GUARD SENIORS ORGANISATION: Nutley resident Kevin Fahey shows off a hefty lobster to attendees of Friday's Old Guard meeting at the Parks and Rec building. He started his own company, Jersey Shore Lobster and Seafood, LLC., and told the story of his business venture to Old Guard members during his visit, also showing video footage from aboard his boat.
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TrombFinals2 1/31/13 Nutley, NJ 
Senior Bobby Trombetta became Nutley's most winningest wrestler with his 127th and 128th career wins en route to his fourth straight Essex County Tournament Championship . 
Nelson DePasquale/Staff Photographer
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KeenaFinals2 1/31/13  Nutley, NJ 
Senior Brandon Keena made history of his own with his 100th victory a week ago. On Saturday, he captured the Essex County Championship at 160 pound with a 16-0 tech fall against West Essex's Joe Velardi in 4:39.
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DeloFinals 1/31/13 Nutley, NJ 
Sophomore Anthony DeLorenzo gets an escape in overtime in the 106-pound final to beat Caldwell's Dean Caravela 4-3.
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WatsonB 1/31/13  Nutley, NJ 
Freshman Blair Watson scored 12 points in the victory against Bloomfield High School. 
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NSECTteam Nutley, NJ 1/31/13 
The Nutley Raider wrestling team celebrates it's second consecutive Essex County Tournament Championship.  
Nelson DePasquale/Staff Photographer
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101741    NFSBRuth  NUTLEY, NJ  9/25/2012  NUTLEY FAMILY SERVICE BUREAU HOLDS ANNUAL SEPTEMBER SOCIAL:  Ruth Bedford hosts the annual NFSB September Social at her Nutley home.
The annual NFSB September Social, held on September 25th, gave residents an opportunity to meet and ask questions of NFSB staff members about family services offered.
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