• Council Alters Project Process After $478K Overrun On Town Turf Fields

    The Verona Town Council approved a resolution on Tuesday night to signal that it will insist on greater oversight of municipal construction projects after it discovered that $477,794.36 in charge orders for the two turf fields on...

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  • MyVeronaNJ Reader Survey

    MyVeronaNJ.com was founded on December 5, 2009. We intended to make our debut at Fair in the Square, but when that got snowed out, we opted for a virtual launch, sending an email announcement to everyone we...

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  • Thinking About Choices

    I went to church Sunday morning. This was a good choice, as it gave me something to think about and starts this blog; it was also a dangerous one. What I thought was rain was in actuality...

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  • The People Have Spoken…

    …and have promptly been ignored. Yes, I’m talking about the confirmation of Betsy DeVos as Secretary of Education. In this mother’s opinion, she is completely unqualified…unless the only qualification one needs is lots of money in the...

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  • VHS Student Leads Protest Against Education Nominee

    About 100 people converged on Verona Park today for a protest organized by a Verona High School student against the nomination of Betsy DeVos for secretary of education. Isabella Williams, a VHS junior, came up with the...

    • Posted 3 weeks ago
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  • Town Revives Emergency Horn

    It’s baaack: The emergency horn that sits atop Town Hall is once again being used to summon Verona’s volunteer first responders to trouble. For decades, Verona had used an air horn to issue calls for the Verona...

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  • Veronans Turn Out For Inauguration, Women’s March

    Current and former Verona residents marked the inauguration of President Donald Trump in Washington, D.C. and in cities around the world this past weekend. Some, like the Bovich family, hosted a celebration at home. Nick Frank went...

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  • Frelinghuysen: Trump Will Be Good Commander-In-Chief

    During the primaries, Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen (R-11th Dist.) was no fan of Donald Trump, a candidate he described as a pushy character who sowed division by insulting people. But he has a different take of the man...

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  • What’s Next For VHS ’17: Architecture And Volleyball

    For as long as she can remember, Caitlyn Kenneally has been interested in buildings: in looking at them and drawing them; in understanding all the intricacies of architecture, from classic to modern. As a student at Verona...

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  • Your Winter To-Do List

    We got a reminder over the weekend that it IS winter. A few inches of fluffy (thankfully) snow along with some bitter cold temperatures. (Which will mercifully rise into the 50s before the end of the week!)...

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