• High-End Price Adjustments

    A half million dollars has long been the psychological upper end of house prices in Verona. Compared to Montclair and North Caldwell, we’re a community of mostly modest homes. That was something of a good thing during...

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  • Lateness At VHS? It’s A Problem

    Last week, Verona High School’s new vice principal, Thomas Lancaster, sent an email reminding parents of the school’s tardiness rules. That resulted in a bit of grumbling–around town and on Facebook–that the policy was too harsh. But...

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  • Farm To Table, From Morgan’s Farm

    Even if you haven’t shopped the farmstand at Morgan’s Farm, you may have eaten some of the good things that grow there: This summer, its produce has been on the menu at Ariane Kitchen & Bar and...

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  • Ambassadors For Learning Differently

    If your child has learning disabilities, you’ve learned to be his or her advocate in meetings with school officials on IEPs and 504 plans. But once those meetings are done, your child must navigate the classroom alone,...

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  • Verona Posts Town Manager Job

    Verona’s town manager resigned in July and now the town has posted the search for a new town manager. The notice describes the township manager position as the “CEO of the Township” and notes that while the...

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  • Real Estate For The Dog Days Of Summer

    It’s hot, and the last thing you want to do is set foot out of your air conditioned dwelling or car. But there are houses to look at people, lots of houses at prices for just about...

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  • Young Life, Mystery Liver Disease

    At his age, Micco LaRosa should be focused on one thing: discovering his toes. He’s six months old, and playing with toes and fingers should be priority number one. Instead, Micco has to spend his day taking...

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  • Follow The Signs To Verona’s Heroes

    Every Memorial Day, we hear the names of 44 Verona residents who died in service to their country. Now, we can come one step closer to knowing who they were in life. The Verona Public Works Department...

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  • Testing The Re-Sale Market On Durrell

    There’s been a lot of new construction in one spot on the north side of Verona in the last two years. Thirty-three attached townhouses were built on the former Bahr Lumber yard on Durrell Street, five single...

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  • VHS Football Documentary Picked For Festival

    Once, there was a group of Verona High School football players that experienced 32 losses in a row, the most ever by a New Jersey high school football team. From their sophomore year, which started just after...

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