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By KIM STATLERSeptember 19, 2017
WESTFIELD, NJ – The people of Westfield are mourning the loss of Tom Pearson, lovingly known as the town Santa Claus, who died on Wednesday, Sept. 13. After nearly 20 years in the role of Santa, hundreds of local families had come to cherish their time with him every year.
Pearson was 70 years old.
Sherry Cronin, executive director of the Downtown Westfield ...
By DAWN MACKEY, WARD 4 COUNCIL CANDIDATESeptember 19, 2017
Since announcing my candidacy, I'm excited to say I’ve spent nights and weekends knocking on doors so I could learn what matters most to you.
As a 12-year resident of Ward 4, I knew what was important to me and my family. As a candidate, though, I felt it was important to determine if my concerns were in alignment with yours. And what I learned is, overwhelmingly they are and the ...
By TAPINTO SUMMIT STAFFSeptember 19, 2017
WARREN, NJ – Paige Snyder was 11 when her mother, Roseann, passed away from cancer at the young age of 48. When Paige heard about Camp Clover Bereavement Camp, she was hesitant but eager to find some healing after such sadness. The camp turned out to be a more inspiring and uplifting experience than she ever imagined.
The sharing circles and activities helped develop the coping skills ...
By CHRIS SCHIFANDO, FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCHSeptember 19, 2017
“IN LAK’ECH, ALA K’IN” is a Mayan phrase that means I Am Your Other You, You Are My Other Me. It’s a statement about unity and oneness that First Congregational Church of Westfield made their own during a week of volunteering, education and living with members from other churches throughout the country in Denver, Colorado.
Arriving at the Mile High City, 17 youth ...
By ATLANTIC HEALTH SYSTEMSeptember 19, 2017
On this AtlantiCast, a promising new study in the fight against pancreatic cancer, Inside Jersey names 2017 Top Doctors, meet an Everyday Hero and much more!
By LEAH SCALZADONNASeptember 19, 2017
CRANFORD, NJ – Union County’s women of Irish descent are coming together to build relationships, network and raise money for young women of Irish heritage.
Two Clark women, Kate Mooney and Lori Connolly, teamed up last April to start the Union County Daughters of Ireland. They were inspired by the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick, a group of which Mooney’s father is a proud ...