• Register To Vote, Get Mail-In Ballot

    There’s a Town Council election on Tuesday, May 12, and to be able to vote in it you’ve got to be registered. Now is also the time to request a mail-in ballot if you don’t think you’ll...

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  • Letter: Don’t Just Vote Friendship, Research Candidates

    Dear Editor: Do you have a neighbor or friend that you would trust enough to handle your household finances or make household decisions for you and your family if you couldn’t do it yourself? NO? Then why...

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  • Williamson To Run For Town Council

    To The Editor: I am proud to announce my decision to seek election to the Verona Town Council. I have been part of the fabric of the Verona Community for over 20 years. I have served the...

    • Posted 2 weeks ago
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  • Did You Live At Kip’s Castle?

    Did you ever live at Kip’s Castle (really, and not in your dreams or on a Friday night with your buddies)? The Essex County Division of Cultural & Historic Affairs is trying to collect remembrances from former...

    • Posted 3 weeks ago
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  • 4 File To Run In Town Council Election

    Town Council members Michael Nochimson and Frank Sapienza have filed to run again in the May 12 Town Council election, and they will be joined by two men who have previously vied for a seat: Alex Roman...

    • Posted 3 weeks ago
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  • Roman To Run For Town Council

    Editors: I am excited to announce my candidacy for the Verona Township Council. The events of the last two years have yet again shown the need for a fresh perspective and new leadership in Verona. The movement...

    • Posted 3 weeks ago
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  • Should Town Hall Keep All The PILOT Money?

    Town trucks plow school lots. Town lawnmowers cut school grass. At the Town Council meeting on February 17, Town Manager Joe Martin claimed that the municipal government does $100,000 in work on behalf of Verona public schools...

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  • Library Adds Audio, Braille Books

    Talking Book & Braille Center’s “Outspoken Library” Services (TBBC) and the Verona Public Library have partnered to bring TBBC’s no-cost services to the library. TBBC’s services, known as the “Outspoken Library”, help New Jersey residents (children, teens...

    • Posted 1 month ago
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  • County To Hold Deer Hunt Again

    Essex County will once again be holding a hunt at its South Mountain and Hilltop reservations to manage the deer herds there. The program will be conducted in South Mountain Reservation and Hilltop Reservation on Tuesdays and...

    • Posted 2 months ago
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  • Uber Driver? You May Need To Register With Town Hall

    If you live in Verona and you’re thinking of driving for the popular transportation service Uber, you could be required to get a license from the town to do so. An ordinance introduced at Tuesday’s Town Council...

    • Posted 2 months ago
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