See Scores from Westfield’s Pizza Run
Recent Articles Nearby
By KATE BROCHUDecember 14, 2017
WESTFIELD, NJ — Nick’s Pizza, located at 311 South Ave. West, recently celebrated its grand opening with a ribbon cutting ceremony with Westfield Mayor Andy Skibitsy, members of the Greater Westfield Area Chamber of Commerce and the Downtown Westfield Corporation.
Located across from the Westfield train station, the restaurant has been greeting guests for about six ...
By ELIZABETH PARASCANDOLA-CLEEDecember 14, 2017
CLARK, NJ – Shoppers and employees at Target on Central Avenue in Clark had to evacuate the store for a short time Thursday as emergency responders and utility employees checked for carbon monoxide after two employees working in the cafe area fell ill, according to Police Chief Pedro Matos.
The store was evacuated around noon as a precaution, he said.
By JACKIE LIEBERMANDecember 14, 2017
WESTFIELD, NJ — A judge has ordered Addams Tavern at 115 Elm St. downtown to close as of Friday, Dec. 15, and not re-open without further court order.
Superior Court Judge Katherine Dupuis wrote that the court is convinced based on the testimony of four expert witnesses that the building is not compliant with the applicable building code, and that the court finds that there is ...
At Hanukkah Menorah Lighting in Westfield, Union County Torah Center Says Goodbye to Mayor Skibitsky
By LEAH SCALZADONNADecember 13, 2017
WESTFIELD, NJ – The Union County Torah Center said farewell to Mayor Andy Skibitsky during its annual menorah lighting ceremony on Wednesday evening at the North Avenue Train Station.
According to Rabbi Levi Block, Skibitsky (Westfield’s longest-serving mayor) has attended the menorah lighting every year he was in office. To honor his commitment, Block led the crowd in a ...
By TAPINTO WESTFIELD STAFFDecember 13, 2017
WESTFIELD, NJ — Westfield’s town council approved two ordinances with a final vote Monday that address the town’s affordable housing obligation, which was determined “reasonable and fair” in last month’s settlement with the Fair Share Housing Center.
The Westfield Planning Board agreed upon the ordinances at its meeting last week.
The first ...
By TAPINTOSPF STAFFDecember 13, 2017
TRENTON, NJ – A 21-year-old Fanwood resident, Paras Jha, and two other defendants have pleaded guilty in three cybercrime cases. Jha, a former Rutgers student, admitted to launching a cyber attack on the university's computer network. He and two others also pleaded guilty to creating and operating two "botnets" that targeted “Internet of Things” ...
By TAP INTO CLARK STAFFDecember 13, 2017
CLARK, NJ — Valley Road School recently honored Nelson Tavares, a custodian in the school for many years who jumped into action and performed the Heimlich maneuver when he saw a child in distress.
According to Valley Road School Principal Joe Beltramba, Tavares is a much-loved member of the school community. He is often in and out of the cafeteria during lunch periods to keep things ...