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SP Reaches Accord on Police Officers’ Discrimination Lawsuit


SPRING FLING...Residents enjoy themselves in downtown Westfield on Sunday afternoon at the annual Spring Fling sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce. A break in the rainy weather came just in time for everyone to have a good time.

Westfield:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) BOE Reappoints Riegel President, Clancy Takes Seat
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Council to Repeal Redevelopment Zone
Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
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 SP Reaches Accord on Police Officers’ Discrimination Lawsuit
dot.jpg (865 bytes) SP Council to Adopt Budget In May With $1-Million Hike In Spending
dot.jpg (865 bytes) SP PB OKs Drive-Up Window At Popeye’s
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Garwood
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Mountainside:
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Area
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Editorials: Perhaps It’s Time to Reexamine The Open Space Tax Concept

MAKING EVERY RUN COUNT…Raider Nicole Colineri scored the first run of the game in the top of the first inning against Roselle Catholic.
Sports: No. 1 Millburn Millers Stop No. 6 Blue Devil Netmen; Raiders Survive Late Threat, Hold Off Softball Lions; Randolph Edges Blue Devils In Wild Boys Lax Game; R. C. Lion Baseballers Down Union Catholic Vikings; Brearley Bears Shut Down Blue Devil Softballers; Kearny Kardinals Strike Out SP-F Raider Baseballers; Kent Place Dragons Burn Up Blue Devil Lady Laxers:  Photos
Devil's Den: WHS Swimmers Have Done OK Despite 1958 Snub By Voters


Communication Between PTC,
 School Leaders Is Vital



Roll Out the Royal Carpet

Queen with a Cause: Beauty Queen Promotes FOP Awareness
Music: WSO 'Stars of Today' Align with 'Stars of Tomorrow'
Benefit: Foundation 432 Acts to Benefit FW Family
Home and Garden: Add Some Spring Zing to Your Home
Theater: CDC to Stage Aida 
Popcorn:
Scary Movie 4 - So Bad It's Frightening
Don't Fret:
April is National Stress-Awareness Month
Summer Arts
: WSW Offers Early Childhood Summer Program


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DESERVED RECOGNITION…(left to right) Legendary Westfield High School (WHS) varsity football/ wrestling/golf head coach and former athletic director Gary Kehler, WHS Athletic Director Ed Tranchina and WHS Boosters President Vince Wilt stand underneath the plaques the Boosters donated to commemorate Kehler’s career.

PROUD OF OUR YOUTH...The Scotch Plains-Fanwood Girls State Championship Swim Team is honored at the DECCA ‘Student in Government Night’ during the Scotch Plains Council meeting Tuesday.

A few weeks ago, we lamented over the greed and disregard for the law displayed by Newark Mayor Sharpe James (also a state senator) as he put $80 million of city money into private trusts that he would control after leaving office. This week, Governor Jon Corzine is challenging the mayor/senator by freezing the funds. This is a ray of hope for New Jersey. The Governor has the guts to stand up to powerful individuals in his own party. Every citizen and honest politicians of both parties must step forward and support Gov. Corzine on this matter of corruption. As the governor continues on this anti-corruption quest, it will be easy to see through the politicians who would try to stop him. See detail and provide your thoughts.


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