• HBW, Record Producer

    You already know that the students at H.B. Whitehorne can make great music. Their three concert bands, jazz band, percussion ensemble and two vocal ensembles regularly win awards for their work. Now the middle school students have turned...

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  • Softball Heads To Finals After Big Win Over Emerson

    The first half of the first inning should have been Emerson Boro’s clue that Wednesday was not going to be their day for a North 1, Group 1 softball semifinal win: Verona High School pitcher Christina Colon...

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  • Girls Track Wins Colonial Championship As Boys Take 3rd

    The Verona High School girls track & field team won the SEC Colonial Division Championship at Newark Schools Stadium on Friday. The Lady Hillbillies collected 146 points, well ahead of second place finisher Science High School with...

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  • Verona Police Chief Stern To Retire

    Mitchell Stern, Verona’s chief of police, is retiring.Verona Police Chief Mitchell Stern will be retiring, effective June 1. Township Manager Matt Cavallo will announce the change at tonight’s Town Council Meeting. “It’s the right time for me,”...

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  • Candidates, Keep Your Word

    The town election is over and two new members of our community will be joining re-elected Mayor Kevin Ryan along with Michael Nochimson and Alex Roman on our Town Council. Jack McEvoy and Ted Giblin deserve our...

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  • McEvoy, Ryan, Giblin Win Town Council Seats

    Jack McEvoy was the top vote getter in today’s Town Council election, Mayor Kevin Ryan won re-election, and Edward “Ted” Giblin has also won a four-year term on the Verona Town Council. Turnout in Verona was 24.5%, as voters...

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  • Town Buys Synagogue Property, Leaves Future Usage Open

    The Verona Town Council voted unanimously at its Monday, May 1 meeting to purchase 56 Grove Avenue, the property that has been the longtime home of Verona’s only synagogue, Congregation Beth Ahm. The purchase price was $900,000,...

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  • The Painter Becomes An Author

    To write her novels, Virginia Woolf needed a room of her own. Marcia Gloster needs Verona’s trees. “The city gives you more electricity and energy,” says Gloster, who became a resident of Verona 20 years ago after...

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  • Veronans March For Science

    It was Earth Day on Saturday, but instead going to one of the usual environmental events that have been happening for the last 47 years, several current and former Verona residents participated in the March for Science...

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  • The Last Easter Egg Hunt

    Although I’ve lived on the same street for most of my life, I didn’t TRULY get to know my neighbors until after our son was born. That’s not to say I didn’t know them or wave or...

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