Berman Charges Top Week
A look at the week that was.
It has been an eventful week in Westfied. From the school district business administrator being charged with bribery to a state wrestling champ to the most competitive Board of Education election in years, it’s been busy.
Here is a look at the week that was.
WHS senior Christian Barber became the town’s first state wrestling champion since 1976.
Jennifer Silva announced her BOE candidacy.
Ann Cary announced her BOE reelection campaign.
TownStats was formed to put every municipal budget online.
Tim Dodd has found television news success after graduating from Westfield High School.
The Board of Education approved having the varsity baseball field named after Bob Brewster Sr.
Jessica Blessing announced her BOE candidacy.
Rosanne Kurstedt announced her BOE candidacy.
The Rotary Club staged their annual pancake breakfast.
This year’s BOE campaign will feature eight candidates for three seats. Jessica Blessing, Ann Cary, Mark Friedman, Keith Hertell, Karym Hoens, Rosanne Kurstedt, Joseph Miceli and Jennifer Silva are the candidates.
The varsity hockey team concluded a successful season.
Trevor Tanella is the Patch Kid of the Week.
Board of Education Business Administrator Bob Berman was charged with bribery as part of a bid-rigging scandal.
The battle over the Central and Clover stop light escalated.
The Savory Spice Shop celebrated being in business with a party.
Sweeney Todd debuted Thursday night at Westfield High School.
A home on Otisco Drive sold for $720,000.
The Board of Health meeting this month centered on fluoride and vaccines.
Roosevelt teachers staged comedy and music for the Carly Pfeiffer Memorial Fund.
Jessica Dreyer spoke to the Garden Club about perennials.
The Board of Education suspended Bob Berman as business administrator.