Westfield, Mountainside, Berkeley Heights, Scotch Plains, Fanwood, Union County, NJ - September 20, 2001

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Tragedy Hits Home As Victims' Names Are Made Public


HOISTING OLD GLORY...Two firefighters from the Westfield Fire Department climbed to the top of their building to affix a 20-foot by 14-foot American flag to the facade. The flag was donated to the department by a flag manufacturer.

TOP STORIES:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Area Squads, Fire Depts. Come to Rescue
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Westfield:
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Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
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Regional:
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Editorials:  One of Worst Weeks in America Has Led to True Humanity Among NY, NJ Residents; Local Communities Stepped Up to Plate At This Urgent Time of Need for Nation.
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Commentary: New Jersey Needs to Take Lead on Identity Theft.


OPENING UP A HOLE...Blue Devil Matt Brinkman, No. 65, blocks a Tiger to open a hole for halfback Mike DeFazio.

The Week In Sports: Raider Gridmen Mesmerize Cougars; Blue Devil Gymnasts Sweep Bridgewater; Devil Gridmen Hold Down Tigers; Devil Girls, Raider Boys Win at XC; Devil V'ballers Whip N. Hunterdon.


EXPRESSIONS:

 Pupils, Teacher Craft Quilt After Attack
PEN & INK:
Diary of Tragedy
STAFF COLUMNS:
This Is Not An Accident; Waiting, Hoping, Praying; Raise Your American Flag
POEMS:
"The Darkest Tuesday Ever" "Why?"


LIGHT IN THE DARKNESS...Residents on Orenda Circle in Westfield gathered last week in a candlelight ceremony to pray for friend and neighbor Anthony M. Starita, reported missing since the attack on the World Trade Center. 
POPCORN:
Rock Star
: And The Beat Goes On

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