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Police Arrest 18-Year County Employee for Welfare Theft


GENEROUS TOWN...Westfield United Way (WUW) representatives chant “Thanks Westfielders,” last week as they celebrate completion of the 2005-06 goal of $700,000. Pictured are WUW members and representatives of the 20 organizations that the WUW helps fund.

Westfield:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Town Council Adopts Budget After Debate Over Legal Expenses
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Hillcrest Increases Security; Officials to Hold Public Meeting
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Tennant to Leave WHS For So. Jersey Position
dot.jpg (865 bytes) BOE Discusses Fifth-Grade Annex, CACE Report
dot.jpg (865 bytes) DWC Comments on Plan to Rein In Overdevelopment
Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Superintendent Choye to Retire After 13 Years
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Ark. Officials Charge Convicted Killer with Laurite Murder
dot.jpg (865 bytes) SP, WF Discuss Conservation Site Shared Use
dot.jpg (865 bytes) FW Planning Board Rebuts Stagaard Place Townhouse Expert Witness Testimony
Mountainside:
dot.jpg (865 bytes)  Council Adopts Budget; Taxes to Increase $453,883
County:
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County DPW Dir. Retires; County Investigates Dumping
 

BIG DAY IN UCT SEMIFINALS…Blue Devil Mike Murray, No. 15, slides safely into third base in the third inning against the Cougars. Murray drilled two doubles, a single, scored twice and had an RBI in the Blue Devils’ 6-3 victory.
Sports: Raider Boys Win 4th Straight Watchung Conference Crown; Blue Devils Top Cougars, 6-3, Face Lions for County Crown; Blue Devil Softballers Topple Top-Seeded Bears in UCT; Raider Track Girls Capture WCT National Division Title; Blue Devil Golfers Win Union County Crown; Blue Devil Lax Boys Crunch West Windsor North; Blue Devils Score 5 in Fifth, Shock Softball Raiders
Diaz’s Hr Pushes Blue Devils Past Bulldogs in UCT:  Photos
Devil's Den: Brewster Learns, Adapts, Keeps On Winning



"Character Development"

Choral Arts Society: Local Composer Lombardo Sets Psalms to Music
Home & Garden: Is Your Fireplace Ready for Summer?
Popcorn:
Mission: Impossible III - Three’s a Charm
Broadway: Westfield’s Matthew Sklar Composes Sandler's Wedding Singer Score
Summer Theater: Kean’s Premiere Stages Announces Summer Season
Film Fest:
Movies in May Returns To SP, FW Libraries


The Treasures of Teaching

END OF DROUGHT?The stream on the north side of Route 22 across the Park Avenue Bridge in Scotch Plains flows briskly after recent rains Tuesday. The rainfall was sorely need in the state. Often, this stream overflows during heavy rains, but not so with current dry weather conditions.

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We applaud the U.S. Attorney and the NJ Attorney General for vigorously indicting and prosecuting the officials and public employees stealing and committing other crimes. Suddenly, several officials and employees are resigning abruptly. As we understand it, state law reads that if an official or public employee resigns before being indicted, that that individual gets to keep all retirement and other benefits, even if convicted. We think that law should be changed. - See detail and provide your thoughts.


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