Bright Side Community Calendar

Rolling Badges Turkey Dinner Distribution Nov. 21

Following COVID-19 guidelines, the Rolling Badges will be following their tradition of distributing turkey dinners to Westville seniors and those in need on November 21, 2020. 

Dinners can be picked up at the Clubhouse located at 4 Heroes Way (formerly Deadline Drive) in Westville.

The Rolling Badges would love to treat you to a turkey dinner, so reach out to them at 856-345-9477 to let them know you are interested. 

When you call the Rolling Badges, leave a message that includes your name and telephone number and how many dinners you need. 

If you have any questions, leave a voice mail for the Rolling Badges at 856-345-9477.

Feature Stories Recent News

Westville’s Deadline Drive Renamed to 4 Heroes Way

Westville Mayor and Council formally adopted Ordinance #9-2020 on October 15, 2020 renaming Deadline Drive to 4 Heroes Way.

Feature Stories Recent News

2020 Westville Salary Ordinance

The 2020 Westville Salary Ordinance was introduced on February 3, 2020 and finally adopted following a public hearing by the Governing Body of the Borough of Westville on Monday, March 2, 2020.

To view the 2020 Salary Ordinance in detail, click the image below:

Community Calendar Recent News

Westville Shredding Event Oct. 24

The Borough of Westville is holding a shredding event on Saturday, October 24, 2020 from 9:00 a.m. to noon at the Westville Public Works parking lot 114 Crown Point Road.

Police & Fire Recent News

Woman Found Dead Inside Her Westville Residence; Jose Saez Charged With Felony Murder, Robbery

On Sunday, September 20, 2020, at approximately 1:25 pm, officers from the Westville Police Department responded to 608 Broadway, Westville, Gloucester County, New Jersey for a reported unconscious person at the residence.

Upon arrival, officers discovered 53 year-old Patricia Dorman deceased inside her residence.

An autopsy conducted on Monday, September 21, 2020, by Gloucester County Medical Examiner Dr. Gerald Feigin, ruled Dorman’s cause of death as blunt force trauma and the manner of death as homicide.

Through aggressive investigation, detectives from the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office and Westville Police Department worked as a team, identifying 38 year-old Westville resident Jose L. Saez, as the person responsible for the murder of Patricia Dorman.

During the afternoon of September 22, Saez was arrested in the City of Camden by members of U.S. Marshal’s NY-NJ Regional Fugitive Task Force and the Camden County Sheriff’s Department.

Jose L. Saez is charged with the following criminal charges:

  • 1 Count: Murder
  • 1 Count: Felony Murder
  • 1 Count: Robbery
  • 1 Count: Tampering
  • 1 Count: Unlawful Possession of a Weapon
  • 1 Count: Possession of a Weapon for Unlawful Purpose

“The Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office and the Westville Police Department, under the leadership of Chief William Whinna, have been working tirelessly since the inception of this investigation. Through hard work, tenacity, and determination they promptly identified Saez as a suspect and developed key evidence linking him to the homicide. Patricia Dorman was well known by her neighbors and the cooperation and assistance from the Westville community was crucial in the arrest of Saez,” stated Acting Gloucester County Prosecutor Christine Hoffman.

Agencies assisting in and supporting this investigation and arrest include the U.S. Marshal’s NY-NJ Regional Fugitive Task Force, Camden County Sheriff’s Department, Camden County Metro Police Department, Camden County Prosecutor’s Office, Deptford Township Police Department, Woodbury City Police Department, and Brooklawn Police Department.

This investigation remains active and the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office encourages anyone with information regarding this homicide to contact Detective Keith Palek of the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office at 609-254-2433 or Detective Eric Hibbs of the Westville Police Department at 609-374-4737.

Information can also be e-mailed to the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office at

Despite these charges, every defendant is presumed innocent, unless and until found guilty beyond a reasonable doubt, following a trial at which the defendant has all of their rights as guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution and State Law.