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Haas, Bigosinski ‘Object’ to Sales-Tax Impact Resolutions


HAUNTED…A Summit Avenue home has transformed into a haunted house in anticipation of Halloween ghosts and trick-or-treaters.

Editorial Cartoon

Westfield:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Union County Replaces ‘Turtle’ Sign with ‘Tuttle’
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Planning Bd. Approves Overhill Ave. Subdivision
Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Violence Drops In Schools
dot.jpg (865 bytes) No Debate Progress; Letter Raises Controversy
dot.jpg (865 bytes) FW Mayor Reports Development Progress
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Marks Foresees New Brookside Baseball Fields
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Board OKs New Building At Highland Swim Club
Garwood:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Residents Urge Window Signs Compliance
Mountainside:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) MS Debates Incentives in Lieu of Health Benefits
County:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Mirabella Discusses Taxes, Legal Costs, Auction

Editorial: State Must Stop Grabbing Revenue from Our Towns

 

LEANING TOWARD THE GOAL LINE...Blue Devil running back Malcolm Allen, No. 33, leans toward the goal line in the game against the Union Farmers. Allen had a six-yard touchdown reception.

Sports: No. 10 Kardinal Boys Silence No. 16 Soccer Raiders; Farmers Hold Off Blue Devils In Wild Grid Shootout; BridgeH2O Nips Blue Devils In ‘Healing Children’ V’ball; Crusader Gymnasts Nip Raiders in Tri-Meet; Blue Devil Gymnasts Outdo Lady Raiders; Raider Gridders Concentrate Special Teams, Pass Defense; Kearny’s Late Strikes Stops Blue Devil Soccer Girls: Photos

Devil's Den:
Tough Loss Whets Appetite For Road Trip to Irvington


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Art Show

Symphony: Puccini’s Turandot Opens Westfield Symphony Orchestra’s Season
Take the Stage: Who Knew a Cemetery Could Be Uproariously Funny?
Vic's Picks: Vaco – Color Coordinated
Home & Garden: Fall for Your Front Porch
Senior Talent: Seniors Sing, Dance To Help Draw The Line
Cop Trot: MS Families Run Together
If Walls Could Talk:
Home Of First Governor Brings History To Life
Take the Stage, Take Two: Versatile Cast Makes Paper Mill’s Godspell Really Hum

News Bulletins
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NO MORE TURTLES ON TUTTLE...Westfield Crossing Guard John “Chic” Miller points to the new Tuttle Parkway road sign.


THANK YOU…From left to right, Scotch Plains residents Denise and Lou Laster meet with Congressman Mike Ferguson (LD-7) and staffer Roni Desmond at the Scotchwood Diner. The Lasters had contacted Mr. Ferguson for help when bureaucratic red tape prevented them from receiving their Social Security disability checks; the congressman contacted federal officials and corrected the problem.

County History Tour October 21 Booklet

The property taxpayers are looking for answers to the problem of runaway increases. Policemen, firefighters, teachers and municipal employees are looking to be treated fairly in their contract negotiations. We believe the only way to achieve accountability and fairness along with achieving balanced priorities is to have all public employee contracts, including teachers, to be under the control of one entity. We suggest that this entity be the mayor and town council. - See year-to-date reform thoughts.


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