Belleville and Nutley In the Civil War, a new book

Cherry Blossom Press has published Belleville and Nutley In the Civil War, a Brief History by Anthony Buccino.

The book is a compilation of information documenting the participation of the New Jersey towns of Belleville and Nutley in the American Civil War. Publication includes information on six local soldiers killed in action in the War Between the states, plus information on the battle campaigns in which they gave up their lives. Also lists information on participation in various New Jersey and other state militias by local men.

The new book is available in print and on the Kindle eReader. In paperback at $9.99
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DAV Chapter 22 dedicates building 6/18

Disabled American Veterans Chapter 22 
dedicates Mill Street building 6/18

Members of the Belleville-Nutley Disabled American Veterans Chapter 22 voted to name their building after chapter commander Joseph T. Fornarotto. Fornarotto was instrumental in planning, fundraising, soliciting donated labor and supplies that resulted in the three-year old facility at 612 Mill Street, Belleville

The building will be formally dedicated on Saturday, June 18 at 11 a.m. 


Memorial Day parade 2011

Nutley announces Memorial Day schedule
Thursday, May 5, 2011
Nutley Sun

Mayor Joanne Cocchiola and the Board of Commissioners announced plans for Nutley Township's Annual Memorial Day Parade at 11 a.m. Monday, May 30.

Weather permitting, a brief opening ceremony will be held in the Nutley Park Oval at 10:45 a.m., with the parade route being the same as previous years – Chestnut Street to Passaic Avenue to Centre Street to Franklin Avenue, with a reviewing stage in front of John H. Walker Middle School.

The keynote speaker is Raymond L. Zawacki, deputy commissioner of Veterans Affairs, and the grand marshal is Rich McClintick.

The morning of the parade will begin with visits to memorials:

7:30 a.m. Assemble at the American Legion Post - Franklin Avenue
8:00 a.m. Services at Post 70 – American Legion
8:15 a.m. Amvets 85 Park Avenue
8:25 a.m. Services at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Boulder - Washington Avenue
8:40 a.m. Services at the Methodist Cemetery – Park Avenue
8:50 a.m. American Legion Services at the WWI Boulder
9:00 a.m. Franklin Reformed Church - Hillside Cresent
9:30 a.m. Services at the All Wars Memorial (Memorial Park/Vreeland Avenue)
9:40 a.m. Catholic War Services at the Korean Conflict Boulder - Township Hall
9:55 a.m. Veterans Council Services at Vietnam Memorial - Township Hall
10:05 a.m. Peacetime Memorial Dedication – Vincent Place
10:10 a.m. Amvets Services at WW II Memorial – Vincent Place
10:20 a.m. Daughters of the American Revolution Services at Civil War Boulder – Nutley High School - Franklin Avenue
10:30 a.m. DAR Services at DAR Boulder - Nutley High School
10:40 a.m. Fireman's Memorial at the Chestnut Street Firehouse


Around the Towns:

Nutley veteran chosen to lead Memorial Day parade

By Star-Ledger Staff

NUTLEY — The Nutley Veterans Council and the Town of Nutley will honor Rich McClintick as the grand marshal of the town's 92nd annual Memorial Day parade on May 30. McClintick is a lifelong Nutley resident and a 1960 graduate of ...

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