WESTFIELD, NJ – The state, county and town are chipping in for the repaving of a part of Rahway Avenue. The full cost: roughly half-a-million dollars.
Residents recently grilled PSE&G’s experts on a plan to run higher power lines along South Avenue and connect to a proposed substation at in Cranford.
If you’re looking to sell cats in Westfield, there’s a local law for that – one among many, which are now searchable on the municipality’s website.
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Rough Road in Westfield Costs Roughly Half-a-Million to Repave
A Worried Westfield Public Hears from PSE&G on Power Pole Plan
PSE&G Looking to Buy Space in Cranford for New Substation
Remembering Westfield High School Principal Dr. Derrick Nelson
‘Cattery’ Laws Other Regulations Now Searchable on Westfield Town Website
Tap Water Smell Like Chlorine in Westfield? Here’s Why, and When it Will End
Autism Awareness Top of Mind in Westfield During April
Westfield: You May Have Had Coffee With a Cop, but Have you Done Pizza with the Police?
Youths Scramble for Eggs in 84th Annual Egg Hunt in Westfield
Inspired by #TrashTag Challenge Westfield Cub Scouts Clean up, Get Rewarded
Allstate Westfield Athlete of the Week: LJ Kehler
Westfield Police Blotter: Drug Arrests, Credit Card Fraud, Bicycle Theft, More
Obituary: Joan Lowell Smith of Westfield
Union PD: Construction Worker Killed in Costco Parking Lot Crash
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