Feedback

Spaceman

Where to Buy the Paper

Goods &
Services

Town Bank

Peterson's
Wine

Northside
Trattoria

Bramnick
Attorneys

REMAX

Westfield
 Symphony

Jeffreys

Clubs &
Groups


Creative Writing Contest Winners in This Is Westfield

-

Congratulations to the Graduating Class of 2006  Photos:  WHS  SPFHS

Download This Is Westfield 2006
Week of
June 29, 2006 Download This Edition Subscribe/Renew Advertise Classifieds
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Search dot.jpg (865 bytes) This Is Westfield dot.jpg (865 bytes) Videos & Photos Updated weekly dot.jpg (865 bytes) 1967 Experiment

Newsflash July 3: According to the Westfield Police Department, due to the state government shutdown and closure of the Motor Vehicle Division, a one month amnesty has been issued for drivers license and vehicle registration renewal and vehicle inspections - see details

Westfield Board of Ed. Approves Fyffe as WHS Interim Principal


HATS OFF…Scotch Plains Fanwood High School Class of 2006 students throw their caps at graduation on June 22nd.
RAIN OR SHINE…The WHS class of 2006 gathers in the armory for graduation ceremonies last Thursday. Due to inclement weather, the graduation could not be held on the field behind the school, where it was originally scheduled to take place.

Westfield:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) WHS Graduates Class of 2006 In Petix’s Final Commencement
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Memorial Park Renovation Plans Unveiled
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Council to Increase Café, Limo, Filming Fees
dot.jpg (865 bytes) BOE Approves Central Kindergarten
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Lord & Taylor Chain Sold; Westfield Store to Stay
Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) SPFHS Class of 2006 Celebrates Commencement for 318 Grads
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Council Approves Zoning Change For Hedge Property
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Planning Bd: Hedge Re-Zoning 'Inconsistent'
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Search Continues for New FW Recreation Dir.
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Scotch Plains Farmers Market on Saturdays
Mountainside:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) BOE OK’s K-4 Science, Changes School Hours
Garwood:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Improvement Projects Move Ahead In Garwood

Editorial: We Must Practice Democracy; To Deserve It, to Preserve It

 

WATCHING WITH INTENSITY...Revolution batter John LaPace, Deegan Roofing catcher Pat Nigro and league president/umpire Ed Zazzali watch with intensity as the ball nears the plate. LaPace had two hits in the game.
Sports: Deegan Roofers Score Early, Stop Softball Revolution; St. Stephen Capitalizes, Dims St. Blaisers’ Comeback; Midway Men Win Battle Over Watson Ave. Machine; Local HS Athletes Receive All-UC, Group, State Honors; MacLellan Steals Victory From Willoughby Softballers: Photos



If I Could Turn Back Time...

Fountain of Youth: Westfield Dr. Answers the ‘Age-old Question’
Music: Arts Coalition Debuts To Raise Money For WWII Monument
Home & Garden: What to Do with Living on the Outside
Popcorn: The Lake House - Unreal Estate
Mmm: June is Nat'l Candy Month
From Shelving to Writing
: Former Librarian Now Has Her Book On the Shelf

FANWOOD FUNResidents enjoy the good food at the Fanwood Street Fair last Sunday. Although dodging the rain, there were several breaks in the weather enabling everyone to have a good time.


Clubs & Organizations Database

News Bulletins

Area Fireworks Schedule
Monday, July 3

New Providence: New Providence HS, Pioneer Drive. Fireworks following 8:15 to 9:45 p.m. concert.
Clark: Arthur L. Johnson High School on Westfield Avenue. Fireworks at 9 p.m.

Tuesday, July 4

Mountainside: Deerfield School on Central Avenue. Fireworks at dusk.
Cranford: Nomahegan Park on Springfield Avenue. Fireworks at 9 p.m.
Summit: Soldiers Memorial Field off of Ashland Avenue. Fireworks at 9:15 p.m.
Plainfield: Cedar Brook Park at Park Avenue and Pemberton Avenue. Fireworks at 9 p.m.
Union: Biertuempfel Park on Winslow Avenue, Fireworks at dusk.
Kenilworth: David Brearly High School on Monroe Avenue. Fireworks at 9 p.m.
Springfield: Sandmeier School Grounds on South Springfield Avenue. Fireworks at dusk.

Government Reform Thoughts

Governor Corzine has threatened the shutdown of state government effective this Saturday, July 1 unless Assembly Democrats approve the state budget. All non-essential services would be closed. If non-essential employees are to stay home, should these jobs be considered for elimination to reduce state spending? - See detail and provide your thoughts.


The Westfield Leader & The Scotch Plains-Fanwood TIMES
PO Box 250, 251 North Ave. West,  Westfield, NJ 07091
Tel 908 232-4407; fax 908 232-0473 contact
Copyright  www.goleader.com

feedback

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Revised: July 03, 2006 Corbin Consulting