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Posted September 13, 2019 By Maureen McCann Illanovsky

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Attention to detail apparent in this elegant home set on 2 acres featuring two entrances, one with a mud room and the other entering a dramatic foyer. Expansive kitchen is a chef's delight with separate breakfast room.  Great flow and living space with the living room, dining room, family room,  and  the billiards room all located on the 1st floor. Luxury master suite with a fireplace, sitting room, double walk in closets & spa bath. Five bedrooms, four full baths & laundry on the second floor, plus an additional in law suite on the first floor. Third floor consists of a 21x18 finished room, perfect for music or play. 6790 square feet of finished living areas. Unfinished basement is 104x55. Best of all, a fabulous yard for play! Inground pool & Golfer's dream with large green and three different pitching areas to perfect your game!

Please call Maureen Illanovsky for your real estate needs at 908-391-9295

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Two top Officials Retire from Union County Prosecutor’s Office

October 13, 2019

ELIZABETH, NJ — Two Union County officials have retired after nearly 30 years of service.

Chief of Detectives Vincent Gagliardi and Assistant Prosecutor John Esmerado have both retired from their positions at the Union County Prosecutor’s Office. They were honored for their service to the county during the freeholder board meeting Thursday.

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Rocker Willie Nile will perform at the Jewish Community Center of Central NJ on Saturday, November 2

NYC-based rocker Willie Nile and his band will perform at the JCC of Central New Jersey in Scotch Plains on Saturday, November 2nd at 8 p.m.  Singer/songwriter Brad Ray will open the show.

Advance tickets are $30 and can be purchased at www.jccnj.org or by calling 908-889-8800, ext.

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

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Tax Tips for the Private Investor

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Build a Better Brand with Your Office Space

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Obituaries

Jul 16, 1991 - Aug 25, 2019
Brett W. DeFazio, 28, of Westfield, entered into eternal rest on Sunday, Aug. 25, ...
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