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December will kick off with an all-day holiday celebration in Westwood, with festivities including a parade, live music, a Christmas tree lighting and a community band concert.Westwood Home for the Holidays...
December will kick off with an all-day holiday celebration in Westwood, with festivities including a parade, live music, a Christmas tree lighting and a community band concert.
Westwood Home for the Holidays, which will take place on Saturday, Dec. 2, is just the beginning of holiday events scheduled throughout the month. The borough also plans a menorah lighting, giveaways of handmade ornaments that will benefit neighbors in need, and a gingerbread house contest.
Local residents can take part in "Westwood Shop for the Holidays" on Friday, Dec. 1. from 5 to 8 p.m. The event, sponsored by Celebrate Westwood, will feature in-store discounts, treats and entertainment.
The holiday fun won't end there. A menorah lighting, presented by Valley Chabad, will be held at the Westwood Train Station on Sunday, Dec. 10, at 5 p.m.
Celebrate Westwood plans to host a gingerbread house contest on Monday, Dec. 11, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Westwood Community Center. For more information or to sign up, visit celebratewestwood.org/gingerbread.
Residents also can decorate their Christmas trees and help neighbors in need with a handmade ornament pre-sale sponsored by Celebrate Westwood. All proceeds will benefit Westwood Cares, a nonprofit organization that helps people who are in need of help but who do not qualify for government assistance. The nonprofit helps with utility and medical bills, rent, car repairs, food gift cards and more.
The expected delivery for the ornaments, which cost $15 each, is in early December. Those who wish to order can visit givebutter.com/Westwood2023Ornaments.
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Undefeated Westwood won the Group 2 state championship with a 21-20 overtime win over Rumson-Fair Haven on Monday evening at Rutgers.The Cardinals (12-0) entered the game ranked No. 5 in the ...
Undefeated Westwood won the Group 2 state championship with a 21-20 overtime win over Rumson-Fair Haven on Monday evening at Rutgers.
The Cardinals (12-0) entered the game ranked No. 5 in the latest Statewide Public Top 20 rankings, while the Bulldogs were ranked No. 16.
Rumson-Fair Haven won the coin toss and chose to defer. Westwood fumbled on the opening kickoff, giving the Bulldogs the ball at the Cardinals' 31-yard line.
Alastair Orr powered in from the 2-yard line, putting the Bulldogs ahead four minutes into the game. Rumson-Fair Haven 7, Westwood 0
After picking up multiple first downs during a seven-minute drive, Westwood turned the ball over on downs at the Rumson-Fair Haven 20-yard line.
The quarter ended with the Bulldogs facing a third-and-4 from their own 37-yard line.
After picking up a couple first downs, Rumson-Fair Haven punted the ball away. It landed in the end zone for a touchback with 8:08 left in the half.
After Robbie Carcich scrambled for one first down, Westwood punted the ball to the Bulldogs' 2-yard line with 6:37 left in the half.
The Cardinals forced a three-and-out, but committed a running-into-the-kicker penalty on the ensuing punt. The Bulldogs punted a few plays later, giving Westwood the ball at its own 42-yard line with 2:29 left in the half.
Westwood tied the game on a 3-yard touchdown run by Aidan Dugan with 0:53 left in the half. Rumson-Fair Haven 7, Westwood 7
Rumson-Fair Haven returned the second-half kickoff to midfield.
The teams traded punts to open the half.
The Bulldogs retook the lead on an 8-yard touchdown pass from Owen O'Toole to Jack Gyimesi about halfway through the quarter. Rumson-Fair Haven 14, Westwood 7
Westwood reached midfield again on the ensuing possession before another punt.
Rumson-Fair Haven drove into Westwood territory, but the Cardinals forced a turnover on downs.
Westwood punted the ball away to open the fourth quarter.
After a long Rumson-Fair Haven drive, the Cardinals made a goal-line stand with 5:50 left in the game.
On third-and-10 from his own 1-yard line, Westwood quarterback Robbie Carcich completed a perfect 31-yard pass to Joe Klein, who made a nice over-the-shoulder catch.
Westwood completed a 99-yard drive with a 5-yard touchdown pass from Robbie Carcich to Tommy Bussanich with five seconds left in regulation. The Cardinals lined up to go for two but committed a false start penalty and instead kicked the game-tying extra point. Rumson-Fair Haven 14, Westwood 14
Rumson-Fair Haven got the ball first in overtime.
After Alastair Orr picked up two first downs, the Bulldogs scored on a 2-yard run by Jackson Gallagher. Westwood blocked the extra point. Rumson-Fair Haven 20, Westwood 14
Robbie Carcich scrambled for a Westwood first down, then completed a pass to Tommy Bussanich for another first down.
On third-and-goal from the 14-yard line, Carcich completed a touchdown pass over the middle to Bussanich. Extra point good. Westwood wins. Westwood 21, Rumson-Fair Haven 20
The owner of a former New Jersey hot dog eatery is introducing a new concept that serves as much more than a “hot dog joint.”Daniel DeMiglio, who previously helmed Bergen County’s hot dog staple Callahan’s, is opening 1950 Originals in Westwood.The new concept ...
The owner of a former New Jersey hot dog eatery is introducing a new concept that serves as much more than a “hot dog joint.”
The new concept will open on Sunday, Oct. 15 at 325 Broadway — in the space that formerly housed Jack’s Cafe.
”I’m so excited to start fresh with a brand new business — it’s like having a blank canvas. This is my chance to start over and dream bigger!” DeMiglio said.
1950 Originals will serve two types of wieners: an original (pork and beef) and a signature (all beef). Guests can order the hot dogs to be grilled or deep fried.
Its menu will feature specialty hot dogs, burgers and fries. The list of unique hot dog creations includes the “Street Cart” (ketchup, mayo and potato sticks), “CPBP” (candied bacon drizzled with peanut butter), “K-Top Dog” (mozzarella sticks, sugar dusted potatoes and honey mustard) and “Hot Honey Pimento Cheese” (pimento cheese, hot honey and bacon bits).
“I wanted to honor my grandfather with the name,” DeMiglio said. “1950 is when he started his business, Callahan’s in Fort Lee. So through my new venture, I’m moving forward in the same direction he did and paying homage to what he did to pursue his dream, as well as what I’m doing to pursue mine.”
The new space dons a 2D-inspired black and white theme.
“When you walk inside our restaurant, it’s as if you are entering our very own sketchbook, with original artwork drawn by our team,” DeMiglio said. “After closing Callahan’s in Norwood due to the pandemic and never-ending road construction, I not only wanted to start over with a new restaurant, but start over visually as well. The white bricks you see all over the interior and exterior of our restaurant actually pays homage to my family, who laid down similar white bricks at their very first Callahan’s location in Fort Lee.”
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TWP. OF WASHINGTON − The shootout never materialized, but the shutout stayed intact.Westwood advanced to the NJSIAA Group 2 football final with Friday’s 17-0 victory over Bernards. The teams went in averaging 35.1 and 38.4 points per game, respectively, but traded punts until midway through the second quarter.That's when senior Tommy Bussanich caught a 32-yard pass from Robbie Carcich to get the Cardinals (12-0) going on a drive that ended with Sean Morrison's 22-yard field goal."We were just waiting for...
TWP. OF WASHINGTON − The shootout never materialized, but the shutout stayed intact.
Westwood advanced to the NJSIAA Group 2 football final with Friday’s 17-0 victory over Bernards. The teams went in averaging 35.1 and 38.4 points per game, respectively, but traded punts until midway through the second quarter.
That's when senior Tommy Bussanich caught a 32-yard pass from Robbie Carcich to get the Cardinals (12-0) going on a drive that ended with Sean Morrison's 22-yard field goal.
"We were just waiting for a big play," Bussanich said. "It didn't happen for a quarter-and-a-half, but when we called that play, I just knew I had to make it happen."
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Carcich then threw a 3-yard touchdown pass to Joe Klein with 15 seconds left in the first half, and that was more than enough for the Westwood defense.
The Cardinals (12-0) preserved their fifth shutout of the season by stopping Bernards at the 1-yard line as time expired.
Westwood will face Rumson-Fair Haven in the final on Nov. 27 at Rutgers' SHI Stadium.
In the 2022 Group 2 semis, played at Franklin High School in Somerset County, the Cardinals fell to Caldwell in coach Dennis Hard's final game. This year, with semifinal sites based on United Power Rankings, that allowed Westwood to host and gain an edge.
"That played into our hand, definitely," first-year coach Bob Guy said. "Bernards is a great program, they had an incredible season. We definitely made enough plays [Friday] to win, so it was a great job by all facets of our team."
The Mountaineers finished their winningest season in school history at 12-1.
Bernards junior Max Austin ended Westwood's opening drive of the second half with an interception, but the home team responded by forcing a three-and-out.
The Mountaineers then drove into Westwood territory late in the third quarter, but on fourth-and-1 from the 30-yard line, nose tackle RJ Ussher led the charge to stack up QB Connor Laverty for no gain.
After sophomore Steve Klein padded the lead to 17 with a 2-yard TD run – which capped a 14-play, 70-yard drive – Bussanich dove on a bad snap to short-circuit Bernards' next drive and keep things out of reach.
"A shutout in the semifinals is a remarkable thing to do," Guy said. "But again, just a full team effort for sure."
► The Carcich twins both made an impact: QB Robbie completed 6-of-10 passes for 65 yards and ran 13 times for 35 yards, while two-way lineman Mike made nine tackles on defense.
► Westwood's Aidan Dugan rushed 16 times for 95 yards to lead all ballcarriers.
► The lefty Laverty completed 13 of 20 passes for 122 yards, and ran 11 times for 41 yards, while Terrence Hanratty led the Bernards defense with nine tackles and a sack.
"There's a lot of work to be done. We're going to watch film [Saturday], celebrate this one on the weekend, and then it's back to work. It's pretty cool how Westwood's going to a stage [where] it's never been before. It's very exciting for us." − Steve Klein
The Iron Horse Restaurant, the 51-year-old, family-owned stalwart in Westwood that was famous for its cheese-stuffed burgers and complimentary pickles and cole slaw, has reopened — with new owners, new name, new chefs, new staff, new menu and a slightly new look.After a three-month closure, the restaurant, rebranded as ...
The Iron Horse Restaurant, the 51-year-old, family-owned stalwart in Westwood that was famous for its cheese-stuffed burgers and complimentary pickles and cole slaw, has reopened — with new owners, new name, new chefs, new staff, new menu and a slightly new look.
After a three-month closure, the restaurant, rebranded as The Tavern at the Iron Horse, had a soft opening last week and as of today is officially opened, serving both lunch and dinner Wednesday through Sunday.
"I tell everyone, it's the same soul with a new wardrobe," said Sean Tremble, whose parents, Lee and Annie Tremble, had owned the restaurant for more than a half century. Sean Tremble has stayed on as, well, "I don't know," he said. "I guess I'm the general manager. We don't have titles here. We're just a team."
805 Hospitality, a hotel management company, bought the business from the Tremble family at the end of July, allowing Lee and Annie to retire. The new owners do not want their names made public, Sean Tremble said.
No changes were made to the exterior of the space, a building which spans nearly a block and has been an integral part of the Westwood townscape. It's nearly impossible to miss the black signage of an antique locomotive with the words "IRON HORSE" on it.
But the interior has gotten new hardwood flooring (the carpet is gone) and fresh paint. "It's the same bones," Tremble said. "It just needed a facelift."
The new chefs are still tweaking the menu, he said. "It is still a work in progress. I have to say we have two of the most talented chefs I've ever worked with."
The menu today features a slew of new homemade desserts including apple pear tart, cookie skillet with ice cream, and maple pecan bourbon tart that, Tremble said, is "out of this world." Fish and chips were also added to the kids' menu. And the bar has added a cocktail menu. "There's a real focus on cocktails though of course we still have our wines and beers."
As for its cheese-stuffed burgers, cole slaw and pickles? Not to worry. They're still being offered.
Go: 20 Washington Ave., Westwood; 201-666-9682, website being updated.