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Thirty Million Dollar Draft Unveiled for Parking Decks

CITIZEN CAUCUS...About two dozen Westfield residents met at the Sumner home last Sunday to formalize the creation of WE CARE (Westfielders Concerned About Responsible Redevelopment) and to select officers.

dot.jpg (865 bytes) Council to Continue Capital Budget Discussion
dot.jpg (865 bytes) BOE Plans for Teachers' Laptops Move Ahead
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Cooney Charity Event Heads for WF Knockout
Scotch Plains/Fanwood: 
dot.jpg (865 bytes) More Plans In Store for Township Library 
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Grant Enables Employ of FW Consultant
dot.jpg (865 bytes) SP Council Introduces Municipal Budget 
dot.jpg (865 bytes) FW Bands Together to Aid Robert Cleary 
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Goose Gassing Debate Heats Up in County
dot.jpg (865 bytes) John Wohlrab Sworn In As Newest Freeholder
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Return of Sept. 11 WTC Victims' Items Sought
dot.jpg (865 bytes) DCA Awards $150,000 Grant to Union County
dot.jpg (865 bytes) McDermott Named Trustee at Kean University
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Detective Gulbin Awarded for Aiding Seniors
Editorial: Spring At Last, But Anticipation Mounts for High School Seniors; High School Seniors and The College Acceptance Wait
Educator of the Week: John Cheddar, American Literature/Language Arts Teacher, WHS

GOOD EXAMPLE...Senior Lee Tomasso, top, in his four years of varsity, recorded 88 victories, placed third in the county tournament twice and won it last year to become the Outstanding Wrestler.
Sports Headlines: Raiders Will Say 'So Long' to 11 Quality Wrestlers; Devil Swim Boys Established State Record, Personal Bests

ART: WAA Holds Annual Exhibit; County Welcomes Teens to Arts Festival
STAGE: SPFHS Stages Legendary Les Miserables

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CHILDREN'S ROOM...Scotch Plains Library Director Meg Kolaya displays renovations nearly complete at the library, including the reading pit in the center of the children's room.
Popcorn: Secret Window: Takes Panes to Frighten

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