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Embassy Suites by Hilton Berkeley Heights Offers Complimentary Breakfast to Federal Employees in Shutdown

January 23, 2019

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - As the federal government shutdown drags on, Embassy Suites By Hilton Berkeley Heights would like to extend complimentary breakfast to Federal workers who are furloughed due to the shutdown beginning immediately. 

Workers are to show valid ID at the front desk to get a breakfast voucher.

Hours for breakfast are M-F 6:30 to 9:30 a.m., Sat-Sun 7 to 10:30 ...

Mayor Brindle on Appointments, Revaluation, One-Seat Ride, Cannabis & More

January 16, 2019

Mayor's update, town council opening remarks, Jan. 15, 2019.

Good evening everyone. I hope your new year is off to a great start. We are diving right into the new year and I would like to give you an update on a few initiatives.

But first I would like to congratulate Westfield resident Kimberly Palmieri Mouded on her swearing in as a Freeholder which I had the great pleasure of ...

Westfield Memorial Library Opens Weiss Family Jazz Series 2019

January 23, 2019

The Westfield Memorial Library will open the Weiss Family Jazz Series 2019 with the Dave Braham Trio and also present “The Early Days of Radio.” The library is located at 550 East Broad Street.

On Saturday, Feb. 9, at 2 p.m., the pianist/organist Dave Braham will kick off the series with a trio of his guitarist and drummer.

Braham has performed and recorded with many ...

17 Homes sold Jan. 13 - Jan. 20, 2019 in Westfield, Fanwood, Scotch Plains, Cranford, Mountainside

Seventeen homes were sold Jan. 13 through Jan. 20 in Fanwood, Westfield, Scotch Plains, Cranford and  Mountainside. 

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Boneparth: Patiently Waiting – From Cooking Stock to the Markets

Immediate gratification is not a Millennial thing, it’s an everyone thing. No one likes to wait, which is why you can pay extra not to. Retailers offer next day shipping, amusement parks offer fast passes to cut the lines and don’t even get me started on instant coffee (if you can call it coffee). We’re a society that wants things yesterday and the 100 million plus and ...

Westfield High School Earns Outstanding Delegation Award at Model UN Conference

WESTFIELD, NJ – Westfield High School’s Model United Nations Club won the Outstanding Delegation Award for excelling in all parts of the annual conference held in Hershey, Pennsylvania, from Jan. 4 – 6.

Approximately 2,000 students from 80 Mid-Atlantic schools attended the conference.

“The students participated in wide-ranging debates that were the culmination of ...

Walk In Sunshine Charity Expanding to Union County, New Jersey

Walk In Sunshine Charity is excited to announce that the nonprofit will be expanding its capacity to donate $1,000 to any child who passes to all families of Union County, NJ.

Established in 2018, Walk In Sunshine Charity is a resource to those who have lost a child from 20 weeks gestation to 18 years of age by providing financial resources to local NJ families and online resources to families ...

How One Small Business Achieves Success by Empowering People with Disabilities

January 23, 2019

NEW JERSEY -- The founders of John’s Crazy Socks recently appeared on One-on-One with Steve Adubato to discuss their company and its incredible success. Founded in 2016, John’s Crazy Socks sells over 1900 varieties of socks, but is also driven by a social mission: to demonstrate to the world what people with disabilities can do.

John’s Crazy Socks was founded by the father ...

Rutgers Postpones Tuition Payments for Families of Furloughed Workers

January 23, 2019

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Rutgers University will postpone collection of currently unpaid tuition and other fees from federal employees furloughed during the government shutdown, and their dependents.

“This is one way that we can minimize that stress and eliminate disruption of academic careers while the federal shutdown continues,” Rutgers University President Robert Barchi said in ...