A "high energy" assistant principal in Fair Haven named Sandra Kalizewski will be crossing town to take the place of a longtime principal in Westville. At its meeting Monday at Hill Regional Career High School, the school board tapped Kalizewski (pictured) to become principal of Mauro-Sheridan Magnet School. Kalizewski replaces Denise Coles-Cross, who is retiring after leading Mauro and Mauro-Sheriden for a whopping 22 years. Coles-Cross (pictured) showed up Monday to support her replacement.
Thursday | June 12, 2014
Thirty-six million gallons of dirty water poured into the West River last year. That’s not as bad as engineers predicted—and they have a plan to do way better than that.
Officials from the Water Pollution Control Authority (WPCA) detailed that plan in a public meeting Thursday night at Truman School. The plan aims to reduce the amount of storm and waste water by 75 percent by filling sewer pipes to capacity.
Wednesday | June 11, 2014
A BIG THANK YOU to all our members, partners, supporters and sponsors who attended the WVRA 2014 Annual Meeting last week at Lyric Hall!
Friday | April 11, 2014
Save the Date for May 9-10! There will a large number of music, art, artisans and crafters, gallery shows, tours, performances, and interactive activities for all ages! Visit the ArtWalk page for more info as it gets updated and added to. The Westville Village ArtWalk is a free, annual, community-based arts festival that spans three blocks in Historic Westville Village and Edgewood Park every Mother's Day weekend. ArtWalk traditionally draws between 8,000-10,000 visitors. This is a superbly fun day for kids and adults of all ages.
Monday | March 10, 2014
Check-out local film-maker Jake Grubman's recently completed mini-doc ode to Manjares Fine Pastries/Tapas Bar, the food, the people, the culture and the ambience. "It's like Cheers, but without the beer, and a lot more coffee!" Watch HERE.
Saturday | September 28, 2013
An outraged Westville writer succeeded in getting the parks department to follow parking laws in the wake of last week’s snowstorms—for a little while. Call it the case of Oppenheimer v. Parks, a tale for our snowbound times...