WSL Halloween sale begin Oct. 8

WESTFIELD — The Westfield Service League Halloween Sale begins on Tuesday, Oct. 8. The WSL has compiled a huge assortment of traditional costumes and accessories as well as more unusual items for the creative customer to put together their own look.  Costumes are available in a variety of sizes for babies, teens and adults.  New […]

Westfield library holds interactive science show on Oct. 19

WESTFIELD — On Saturday, Oct. 19, the interactive science storytellers otherwise known as the Sciencetellers, will be presenting a show at Westfield Memorial Library. The Sciencetellers teach science to the kids in their audience by telling a lively, interactive and exciting story. At each of these thrilling shows, members of the audience can volunteer and […]

New Jersey Festival Orchestra opens new season in Westfield with Aida

WESTFIELD — Join New Jersey Festival Orchestra, Music Director David Wroe, in collaboration with Opera at Florham, for its season opening performance Aida in concert, Giuseppi Verdi’s exotic masterpiece and one of the most loved operas in the entire classical repertoire. Passion, honor and the battlefield provide the dynamic backdrop for this tragic tale and […]

Kenilworth Rotary Club welcomed Westfield war hero

KENILWORTH — Kenilworth Rotary Club welcomed Thurman C. Page, Jr of Westfield who recently spoke of his participation in the Liberation of Dachau Concentration Camp , Germany, on April 29, 1945 as part of the U.S. Army 33rd Cavalry reconnaissance Squad. Kenilworth Rotary Club meets every Wednesday 12:15 at Rinaldi’s, 24 N. 20th St. Contact Robert […]

Westfield ensemble seeks musicians

WESTFIELD — Experienced adult musicians, who play the violin, viola, cello and string bass, can join the Wednesday Morning Strings ensemble at the New Jersey Workshop for the Arts. The musical group meets from 10:15 to 11:45 a.m., from September until June, at NJWA studios at 150-152 East Broad St. in Westfield. The ensemble, which […]

JCSS celebrates Sukkot with picnic

A pot-luck picnic and craft-making highlight the celebration of Sukkot by the Jewish Cultural School & Society on Sunday, Sept. 22. Families from Essex, Union, Passaic, Bergen and Morris counties are invited to the 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. event in the Tulip Springs North grove, off Pleasant Valley Way, of South Mountain Reservation in […]

Westfield Fencing Club begins new session

The Westfield Fencing Club, a division of the New Jersey Workshop for the Arts, is currently registering students for the new session of classes and bouting for beginning, intermediate and advanced fencers in sabre, foil and epée, using electronic scoring equipment. “Fencing is a rapidly growing sport that helps all participants enhance their mental abilities […]

Residents in Cranford not pleased with Westfield

CRANFORD — Yet another builder’s remedy lawsuit, previously settled by Westfield and the developer, brought Cranford’s Nomahegan Court residents to an 11th hour hearing before a Superior Court judge Monday. However, their efforts were for naught because the hearing had nothing to do with the location or density of the project, which Cranford residents said […]

Spring Cleaning

WESTFIELD — Several sales associates from the Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Westfield West office cleaned up the gardens at the Westfield 9-11 Memorial and planted flowers donated by the Downtown Westfield Corporation on Thursday, April 25, as part of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in New Jersey’s regional ‘Cares Days’ event.

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Watchdog takes the stand, tries to hide behind Shied law, as prosecutor hammers away

Activist, blogger, journalist, whatever …

After two grueling days on the stand, the decision of whether activist and blogger Tina Renna legally deserves protection under the New Jersey Shield Law for newspersons is in the hands of Superior Court Judge Karen Cassidy. The two-day hearing took place after Renna refused multiple times to provide the Union County Prosecutor’s Office with […]