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Investigation of FW Officer On Sexual Misconduct Continues


THE KID IN THE HATChildren at Tamaques Elementary School dress up in Dr. Seuss hats as part of the school’s second-annual Read-a-Thon on Monday.

Westfield:
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Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
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Garwood
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Editorial:
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Hometown Memories Come From Good Coaches On/Off the Field
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Opportunity Knocks, But Savor High School

HEAVILY GUARDED…The Lady Lions heavily guarded Blue Devil Erin Miller, No. 11, throughout the game. Miller finished with 20 points.

Sports: Raiders Qualify Three, Blue Devils One For Trip to State Mat Tourney in AC; N. Hunterdon Ladies Stump Blue Devil B’ballers; Lady Raiders Head to Finals, Tame Tiger B’ballers; Raider Lady Cagers Silence Ferris in Sectionals; Raider B’ball Boys Discharge Blue Streaks in Sections:: Photos
Devil's Den: A Couple of Last-Minute Snubs Opened the Doors to History



Laura Lou Levy, 'Deer Island'

Theater: Death’s A Suspenseful ‘Trap’
Living History: ‘Stitch In Time’ Links Ancestors Through Quilts
Art: Landscape Imagery Unites LandScope Artwork
Popcorn: Madea’s Family Reunion - You go, uh, Girl?
Home Spun: On The Surface - Renovating Perception
Vic's Picks:
Billy Joel, “My Lives”
 


What is Special About Special Education in WF?

FROLIC IN THE PARK...Family and fowl flock to Brookside Park in Scotch Plains at the first signs of spring. A firm has reportedly developed conceptual site plans that would call for the construction of a recreation center, artificial-turf soccer field, baseball field, lighting and 216-space parking lot. Scotch Plains Advocates for the Conservation of the Environment (SPACE) has said that such changes would negatively change the character of the park.

Government Reform Thoughts

Newark Mayor Sharpe James has transferred about $80 million of taxpayer money to a trust account and named himself as director-for-life for the account to dole it out to support business projects as he sees fit. We believe the mayor’s action is outrageous. Few officials dare to speak of the matter in public – although they whisper in disgust to us. We hope that something will be done, but by whom?
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