- Verona Police Blotter: July 15 – July 22, 2016Posted 2 days ago
- Three File To Run For BOEPosted 2 days ago
- Verona Police Recruiting OfficersPosted 2 days ago
- Verona Police Blotter: July 8-15, 2016Posted 1 week ago
- Newark Man Arrested, Charged In Fatal Hit-And-RunPosted 2 weeks ago
- Claremont Construction Halt? Not ReallyPosted 3 weeks ago
- Town Opens Cooling CentersPosted 3 weeks ago
- Verona Police Blotter: June 24 – July 1Posted 3 weeks ago
- Traffic Signs–And Common SensePosted 4 weeks ago
- Police Seek Witnesses To Fatal Hit-And-RunPosted 4 weeks ago
Delayed Opening Changed To Closed
Superintendent Steven A. Forte has let us know that, because of the weather, Verona is scrapping the delayed opening plan for today and closing the schools.
Yesterday, the schools sent out an email letting families know that they will be taking back two days from the February break and turning them into half days. That let Verona put two more days in the snow day bank since we had only budgeted for four. If we go through the six snow days, the schools would take back time from Spring break.
Gov. Christie has declared a state of emergency for tomorrow and has ordered all non-essential state workers to stay home. The State Police are saying on Twitter that the Garden State Parkway has a speed restriction of 35 m.p.h. and drivers should stay off roads if possible. There are lanes closed on 287, 80 for crashes, and already 10,000 power outages.
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