Nutley Notables, Volume Two

Nutley Notables Volume Two has Soft Release

The second book in the Nutley Notables series was released in mid-October. This edition includes more than 110 profiles including more than sixty women who made a memorable impact on Nutley through their gumption or philanthropy, or both. These biographies span the centuries from when Nutley was called Franklin to today.

No public book signings are yet scheduled.
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NOW IN PAPERBACK: Nutley Snapshots - In Plain View

Nutley Snapshots – In Plain View
By Anthony Buccino

Volume one of a series of photo collections to showcase the all-around beauty and some of the history of the northern New Jersey township of Nutley.

Full Color on White paper; 126 pages

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Now available in paperback


As if we're unusual: WSJ on Nutley

'Everybody Knows Everybody' in Nutley
Wall Street Journal

The township of Nutley, in New Jersey's Essex County, is a middle-class
enclave with tree-lined streets, mom-and-pop businesses and a large
stock of single-family homes. It draws its name from the 19th-century
estate of the ...
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Sheep mauled to death in Ashdown Forest - oops, wrong Nutley

Sheep mauled to death in Ashdown Forest
Sussex Express
Tracey said: "The grazier and farmer, Henry Osborne from Nutley, are very upset. Vets' bills have been horrendous too." Dogs have posed a problem for rangers this year, with one dog attack on a horse and rider which traumatised the horse and injured ...
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Cupcake Cafe

Openings & Closings
New Jersey Monthly (blog)
Keith and Maureen Jaret, owners of Stuffed Cupcakes in Nutley, have opened the Cupcake CafĂ© at the Promenade Shops at Clifton, 852 Rt 3, Clifton (973-594-1711). See all stories on this topic »


Scrolling down memory lane

I don't know about the latter two sites, but people from all over the country were posting memories of growing up in good old Nutley. It was especially reflective for me, because it was a retrospective of 15 years worth of columns. ...
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