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Sun, March 24, 12:00 PM

Westfield Area YMCA, Westfield

Pizza Palooza

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Add to My Calendar 03/24/2019 12:00pm 03/24/2019 1:30pm America/New_York Pizza Palooza

The Westfield Area YMCA is proud to host the 4th Annual Pizza Palooza on Sunday, March 24 from 12:00-1:30 p.m in the gym at the Main Y Facility, 220 Clark Street.

Taste your way through participating Westfield and Garwood pizzerias and pick your favorite to win … everyone ages 4+ has a vote! As of March 7, participating pizzerias are: Buona, Casa di Pizza, Ferraro's, ...

220 Clark Street Westfield, NJ 07090
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Tue, March 26, 4:00 PM

Vinny's Pizza & Pasta, Cranford

Kids Eat Free at Vinny's Pizza & Pasta

Food & Drink

Add to My Calendar 03/26/2019 4:00pm 03/26/2019 9:00pm America/New_York Kids Eat Free at Vinny's Pizza & Pasta

Every Tuesday at Vinny's Pizza & Pasta is Family Night where Kids Eat Free. This special runs from 4 p.m. to close and is valid for kids 12 and under.

Vinny's Pizza & Pasta is located at 28 Eastman St, Cranford, NJ. You can reach the restaurant by phone at (908) 709-9000. Check out Vinny's website and Facebook pages.

28 Eastman St Cranford, NJ
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Wed, March 27, 10:00 AM

Jersey Mike's Subs, Westfield

Jersey Mike’s Day of Giving

Food & Drink Giving Back

Add to My Calendar 03/27/2019 10:00am 03/27/2019 9:00pm America/New_York Jersey Mike’s Day of Giving

The Westfield Area YMCA is partnering with Jersey Mike’s Subs on East Broad Street in Westfield for the 9th Annual March “Month of Giving” fundraising campaign. The campaign culminates in the Jersey Mike’s “Day of Giving” on Wednesday, March 27. On that day, the Westfield Jersey Mike’s will donate 100 percent of the day’s sales to help send a kid in ...

144 East Broad St. Westfield, NJ 07090

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Ryan Patrick Faella Foundation 5K Raises Thousands to Combat Substance Abuse

October 13, 2019

UNION COUNTY, NJ — Since 2001, the Ryan Patrick Faella Foundation has raised more than $125,000 for scholarships and youth activities.

The foundation, which “facilitate[s] resources to support and enhance academic, athletic, [and] altruistic opportunities for young people” according to its website, was founded in memory of Ryan Patrick Faella, who died in 2000 when he was ...

Man Accused of Bringing Gun, Ammo to School in Westfield Rejects Plea Deal

ELIZABETH, NJ — The Delaware man accused of bringing a handgun and hollow point bullets to an elementary school in Westfield rejected the offer of a plea deal Thursday.

Handcuffed and standing in a tan jumpsuit at Superior Court in Elizabeth, Thomas J. Wilkie, 46, listened to the prosecution outline its case against him following his June arrest in the parking lot of Tamaques Elementary ...

Union County Working to Address Five-Year Backlog of Rape Kits

ELIZABETH, NJ – The Union County Prosecutor’s Office is requesting funding to purchase new laboratory equipment, which the office would use to address a five-year backlog of rape kits.

“We’re addressing a five-year backlog that the state has mandated, but we were ahead of the mandate,” said the county’s Acting Prosecutor Lyndsay Ruotolo. “A backlog of ...

The Inverted Yield Curve – What Does It Mean to Me?

Investors who follow the markets have seen headlines in recent weeks about something called the “inverted yield curve.” For those less familiar with the phenomenon, an inverted yield curve is essentially a point on a chart where short-term investments in U.S. Treasury bonds pay more than long-term ones. And when it occurs, it’s generally regarded as a warning sign for the ...

Financial Wisdom for College Students

Is your son or daughter headed to or in college? If the answer is yes, it’s an exciting moment in your child’s life. But, financially, it can also be a paralyzing time if they do not have a principled approach for managing money. Out on their own for the first time, your child has an opportunity to sharpen their financial skills for the future, but they are vulnerable to ...

Union County, Overlook Medical Center to host Women's Health Fair in Union

Atlantic Health System's Overlook Medical Center has partnered with the Union County Office on Women for a Women’s Health Fair on Oct 23 near Kean University in Union. The event will include health screenings and an educational fair from 8:00am to 11:00am, with a panel discussion by seven prominent women physicians who will discuss a variety of women's health topics from 9:00am ...

Atlantic Health System Hosts Annual “Celebrating Service” Event for Team Members

When Charles Carlisle, Jr. began working at Atlantic Health System, gas was $.35 a gallon, the minimum wage was $1.60, and “Sesame Street” made its debut on PBS. It was 1969. This October, Charles, a sterile processing technician at Overlook Medical Center, is celebrating his 50th year with the award-winning health care system.

“When I first joined, I didn’t realize I ...

New Jersey Date Night: Delightful Delis

October 14, 2019

Finding the perfect sandwich is almost as important as finding the perfect lunchtime date, and luckily New Jersey offers a plethora of options when it comes to delicatessens. The delis of the Garden State offer up a menu of the soups, sandwiches and black and white cookies that rival (and pehaps surpass) their New York counterparts. Making a date over pastrami is not only easy but also ...

Candidate Statement: New Solutions for Flooding in Cranford

October 10, 2019

We are disappointed that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers plans to stop the flood control planning process that began in 1999 and has yet to make any meaningful progress. We support every effort to appeal this decision in order to improve flood control in the Rahway River Basin. At the same time, Brian Andrews and Kathleen Miller Prunty propose new strategies at the local, regional, state, and ...

Candidate Statement: Brett Dreyer For Cranford Board of Education

My name is Brett Dreyer and I am seeking election to the Cranford Board of Education (BOE).  As a 4th generation Cranford resident and parent of two children in Cranford schools (3rd and 6th grade), I welcome the opportunity to give back to the town and school district. 

I will bring to the BOE over 23 years of public administration experience as a manager with the federal ...

Candidate Statement: Our Plan to Reduce Speeding in Cranford

Going door-to-door over the past six months, Kathleen Miller Prunty and I have heard a number of concerns about speeding. Too often in town, drivers disregard posted speed limits, fail to stop for pedestrians at crosswalks, or try to drive around cars that are stopped for pedestrians. Apps like Waze can bring even more drivers through town who don’t know the streets or where children are ...

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October 14, 2019

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Westfield Area YMCA And UnitedHealthcare To Kick Off Free 7th Grade Initiative

The Westfield Area YMCA will hold a kickoff event for this school year’s 7th Grade Initiative on Thursday, Oct. 10 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the Main Y Facility located at 220 Clark Street in Westfield. Seventh graders and their families are invited to learn about the free program and enjoy the interactive sport wall, climbing wall and fitness testing.

In partnership with ...

Letter: Our State Needs Jon Bramnick in the Assembly

October 14, 2019

To the Editor:

If everyone knew Jon Bramnick as long or as well as I did, there would be no doubt that he would be unanimously and resoundingly re-elected back to the NJ State Assembly, where he belongs and where NJ residents need him.  

Jon fights for and represents all of us - women, men, children, underprivileged, patients...everyone.  He is honest ...