Police & Fire

Helicopter Lands at Westfield’s Tamaques Park

Credits: Jessica Blessing

WESTFIELD, NJ - A helicopter landed in Tamaques Park at about 4:30 Friday afternoon. Jessica Blessing, who was at the park at the time, said that police, fire trucks and paramedics had arrived and it appeared that someone was transferred from an ambulance to the helicopter, which took off minutes later.

Westfield Police Chief David Wayman told The Alternative Press that this was part of an emergency response to an accident in Clark.

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Family Promise President Ehlers Named to Fed’s Community Advisory Group

May 22, 2017

SUMMIT, NJ - Claas Ehlers, president of Summit-based national nonprofit Family Promise, has been named to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York’s Community Advisory Group (CAG), which is comprised of leaders of nonprofit organizations, community development organizations, and philanthropic foundations from throughout the Federal Reserve’s Second District.

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Thank You for a Successful Book Sale

May 20, 2017

Thank you from the co-presidents of the Friends of the Westfield Memorial Library:

We would like to thank the community for making our 44th annual Spring Book Sale a success. With the help of the Westfield Department of Public Works and the Board of Education, we were able to set up the bookcases and tables needed to display over 30,000 books, CDs and DVD's. Trader Joe's, ...

Obituaries

- Apr 11, 2017
Allen Chin, 80, former Mayor and Councilman of Westfield, NJ passed away peacefully on Tuesday, ...
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Westfield Police Blotter: Damage to Elementary School & More

May 17, 2017

May 8, 2017 11:05 p.m.

A resident in the 100 block of Wyoming Street reports a jewelry theft from their residence on this day. They cannot recall when the last time they observed it in the residence was. The stolen items are described as two two-karat diamond rings valued at $25,000 each, two diamond-studded earrings valued at $2,000 each and two tennis bracelets (white gold ...

Sample Ballots Now Available on Union County Clerk Elections Website and App

May 23, 2017

Union County Clerk Joanne Rajoppi is pleased to announce that sample ballots for the June 6 Primary Election are now available on the Union County Votes mobile app for Apple and Android devices, and on the County Clerk’s election website at unioncountyvotes.com.

“Sample ballots are being mailed to every eligible voter as always, and these online tools enable voters ...

Two Dogs Found Together in Westfield

These two dogs were found together on Forest Avenue Monday night. One is a puppy and one is an older dog. No identification. If you know who they belong to, call 908-310-1452, according to the Union County Lost Pets Facebook page.

Remembering our Service Men & Women

As we enjoy our long weekend and time spent with family and friends, it is important during the upcoming Memorial Day weekend to remember those that gave their lives fighting for our country and all the veterans that served our country, as well as the active servicemen and women. These individuals made countless sacrifices in order to protect our nation and our families, and we should keep them ...

19 Westfield High School Students Awarded Medals in Nationwide French Exam

Westfield High School students earned one platinum, three gold, nine silver and six bronze medals in this year’s Grand Concours – a nationwide test administered by the American Association of Teachers of French (AATF). Over 100,000 elementary and secondary students participate in the contest nationally, with 41 Westfield High School students taking the ...

Recent Changes to a Parent's Child Support Obligation

Parents who are either currently going through a divorce or were divorced many years ago often ask “at what point do I no longer have to pay child support for my children?” It surprises some parents to learn that there has been no specific age at which time parents are no longer obligated to pay child support.

Parents who are already divorced should review their settlement ...

'Intimate Apparel' Explores Unsung Lives and Lost Chances

The little known lives of African Americans form the basis for Lynn Nottage’s “Intimate Apparel.” The play takes place in lower Manhattan, 1905. Quincy Tyler Bernstiine as Esther conveys strength and determination while trying to please those she depends on.

Esther lives in a boarding house and earns her living by making corsets and other garments for wealthy women as well as ...

What's the Impact of Lower Corporate Tax Rates on Small Business and the Economy?

Many of my small business clients ask how they can pay less in income taxes. As their accountant, I hear that all of the time.  I found this interview, which addresses this concern, of particular interest, which comes from Nasdaq CEO, Adena Friedman. 

 

The beginning of the interview talks more about Nasdaq’s blue print and the importance of the capital market are to ...

Imagine Celebrates their Volunteers and Looks to the Future

Over 100 volunteers and their family and friends filled the new space at Imagine, A Center for Coping with Loss on April 27 for the fifth annual Volunteer Appreciation Dinner. Dinner, music, coffee and awards were provided to show the volunteers how special and appreciated they are!

The evening was catered by Castle on a Cloud who donated all of the food, desserts and ...

Man Charged in Ronald McDonald Statue Theft

May 22, 2017

FLEMINGTON, NJ – A suspect has been arrested in connection with the theft of Ronald McDonald.

The life-size statue of Ronald  sitting on a bench was discovered missing from the McDonald's restaurant on Center Street in Clinton Township last month. The restaurant was undergoing renovations at the time.

Ronald is made of fiberglass and weighs about 250 pounds. He was reunited ...