• Why Vincent Lombardi Plays Himself In ‘Sully’

    Back when he was in Verona High School, Vincent Lombardi (Class of ’95) admits he did a lot of daydreaming about being on a boat. That turned out to be a good thing for the 155 people...

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  • Split Decision On Deed Restriction Case

    A Superior Court judge has decided that while the deed to a key Bloomfield Avenue property does have a valid restriction against commercial development, that restriction cannot be enforced. Judge Thomas M. Moore published his decision on 200...

    • Posted 4 weeks ago
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  • Mets Go To Bat For Verona Youngster

    Amazin’ indeed: The New York Mets are sponsoring a fundraiser to combat a disease that affects a Verona first grader. On Saturday, September 24, when the Mets play the Philadelphia Phillies at Citi Field, $30 of every...

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  • VHS Upper Field Gets Turfed

    The upper field at Verona High School has been closed since the start of the 2012-2013 school year. But today, Sellitto Field took a big step towards re-opening as turf was laid down from end to end. Workers...

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  • Real Estate: Starters, Fixer-Uppers, Open Houses

    Big or small? Condo or house? All fixed or fixer-upper? Whatever you need in the way of a new home, you might find it in Verona real estate this weekend. There are homes that can start small and...

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  • Verona, As Seen From Italy

    America’s Italian immigrants brought many things with them from their homelands–food and culture, and sometimes even the names of the cities and towns they left behind. But how does a town name connect Italy and America now?...

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  • Real Estate, Large And Small

    Wilting heat or no, the Verona real estate market is marching on this weekend, with listings large and small. In the former category, there’s a four-bed, four-and-a-half bath colonial in the Afterglow section of town that sits...

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  • Verona’s Doughboy Aids NYC Restoration

    The World War I soldier immortalized in the monument at the steps of Town Hall is on the front lines of another campaign today, this time to restore a “doughboy” statue in New York City. Early this...

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  • Old House Verona: Dino’s Barber Shop

    Long before it was Verona’s oldest barber shop, the little structure at 478 Bloomfield Avenue was built to house a family. In his book, Old Verona, Robert L. Williams says that a man by the name of...

    • Posted 2 months ago
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  • Real Estate, With A Fan

    We’re officially into the dog days of August, with the hot, sticky days that make us hope for a fan on every street corner. The good news, however, is that if you’re looking for a house with...

    • Posted 2 months ago
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