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Prosecutor’s Office Investigates Ex-Chief Altercation


OUT OF COMMISSION…Several crews from Union County respond to a three-alarm blaze on 563 Westfield Avenue in Westfield, affecting the Westfield Family Practice of Dr. John Tabachnick and three apartments. No injuries were reported. Chief Dan Kelly said it would be months until the building is habitable.

Westfield:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Blaze Causes Damage
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Council to Repeal Redevelopment Zone
dot.jpg (865 bytes) BOE Agenda Includes Facilities, Utilities
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Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Officials Meet to Review Projects
dot.jpg (865 bytes) BOE to Install TerraNova Test
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Fire Depts. Assist At Fire Scene In Westfield
Mountainside:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Police Chief Awards Officers For 2005 Work
Garwood:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Lincoln School to Expand by Spring
Union County:
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Editorial:
Mergers and Divestitures: Will Lord & Taylor Close in Westfield?

SPIRITED BOUT…Raider Nick Giannaci, top, works on Randolph’s Mike Suk in a spirited bout at 189-lbs. Giannaci, who defeated Suk, 6-4, in overtime at the Patriot duals, won again, this time by a score of 10-6..
Sports: Red Raider Cagers Hold Off Blue Devil Boys; Brearley Wins 3, Raiders 2 At Mat Classic; Lady Raider Cagers Dismount Irvington Blue Knights Blue Devil Matmen Rap Eliz. Minutemen:: Photos
Devil's Den: It Was a Great ‘W’ for WHS, But Tiebreakers Still Stink



Get Out of the House

Rock: Appelbaums Get Break at Indie Rock
'Magnificat': Choral Art Society Plays Bach Father, Son Works
Book Nook: "The Mittens"
Popcorn: Grandma’s Boy: Relatively Funny
NJPAC: Young Talent Search
Dance: Noche Flamenca, Kean


Research Thrives at WHS Library By Emily L. Snitow

WILD WEATHERA tornado was spotted on the evening of Friday, January 7 over Fairview Cemetery in Westfield. The picture of the funnel, which never touched down, was taken by Sandra Circle resident Joan Adamowitz from her driveway at 5:20 p.m.

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