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Dolan Becomes Westfield’s New Superintendent September 1


CAMPAIGN ENTHUSIASM…Janet and George Sarkos of Fairmont Avenue in Westfield hold the campaign kickoff party Tuesday evening for Bruce Regenstreich, the Democratic second-ward town-council candidate, with special guest former New Jersey Governor and Senate President Richard Codey offering his support. Pictured, left to right, are: Matt Sontz, third-ward Democratic candidate; Mr. Regenstreich; Senator Codey; Mrs. and Mr. Sarkos; Merry Regenstreich and Kenneth Rotter, chairman of the Westfield Democratic Committee.

 

 
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Westfield:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Town: No Dramatic Increase In School Enrollment
dot.jpg (865 bytes) NJ Transit Addresses ‘Undependable’ Railings
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Fish and Wildlife Capture Alligator
dot.jpg (865 bytes) DWC Approves Grants for South Avenue Locations
Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) FW Adopts $8.3-Mil. Budget; Populus Joins Council
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Parents: Cell Tower Too Close To McGinn School
dot.jpg (865 bytes) DOT to Install New Devices To Assist FW Pedestrians
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Councilman Valian Fills Role As Rec. Comm. Liaison
dot.jpg (865 bytes) United Way Establishes FW-SP Community Council
Mountainside:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) District Staff Favors New 5th-Grade Writing Program
Area:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Bramnick Wants Spending Audits, Less Leg. Benefits
dot.jpg (865 bytes) FW Gets $325,000 In Aid; Garwood, Cranford Rejected
dot.jpg (865 bytes) County Hires New Medical Examiner Out of Newark
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Freeholders Introduce Budget Cap of $24.07 Million

Editorial: Thank You NJTransit for Action in Repairing Westfield Handrails
Editorial: The Tail (sic) of Westfield’s ‘Allie Gator’ at Gregory’s Pond
Editorial:
As Summer Closes, Elections Enter the Fall Agenda
 
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'IMPROVE EVERYDAY' AS EASY AS ABC…Linemen Mike Alleman, No. 74, and Keith Baker, No. 44, flank quarterback Mike Chervenyak. The Raider tri-captains look to see their team improve everyday to reach a successful season.

Sports:
Improve Everyday Philosophy May Earn SP-F Grid Success; Blue Devil X-C Boys to Seek Third Straight WC, UC Titles; Blue Devil Soccer Girls Have High Expectations this Season; Blue Devils See Promise In Field Hockey Season: Photos

Devil's Den: Tamaques #2 Should Become A Showcase, and Turner Field


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'Singing Bee': Former Westfield Resident Wins NBC Karaoke Show
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Willoughby’s County Exhibit
Vic's Picks: The Fratellis - Crazy Times Worth Having
Popcorn: Superbad Gets Down With Separation Anxiety

 

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A HOT ACT...Magician Ben Lipman performs a fire stunt for children and adults during last Thursday’s Scotch Plains Village Green concert series at Augustine Park.

MEETING WITH AN ASSEMBLYMANState Assemblyman Jon Bramnick (LD-21, Westfield), center, receives a Westfield Leader polo shirt during an interview on Friday afternoon. With him above are Leader interns Beth Budnick and Martin Sweeney. Watch the interview.

Government Reform Thoughts

The state Department of Community Affairs has awarded $17.7 million in extraordinary municipal aid grants. Cranford, which requested $1.3 million, was rejected, while Fanwood received $325,000. Cranford sustained significant damage in a flood earlier this year that will affect the township's financial situation. That township deserved extraordinary aid money from the fiscal crisis it suffered. - See year-to-date reform thoughts.

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