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Westfield Town Council Introduces PBA Local 90 Salary Ordinance


COMMUTER CHILLSWestfield commuters stoically endure the cool winter morning and practice their normal habits while awaiting the arrival of their train on Tuesday morning.


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Westfield:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Council: Keep Appointed Employee Pensions
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Board of Ed. OK’s New Student-Scheduling Software
dot.jpg (865 bytes) DWC Elects 2007 Board; Budget Rises 2.5 Percent
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Police Reveal Second Series Of Vehicle Burglaries
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Postmaster Brown Recalls Postal System Changes
Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Charlie Brown’s Looks to Rebuild more
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Report Recommends $1.6-Million Bond for Fields
dot.jpg (865 bytes) BPA, Council Reps. Discuss Bus. Registration
dot.jpg (865 bytes) BOE, PTA Roundtable Focuses on Bonds
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Public Hearing on SPFHS Parking Reset to Feb. 27
dot.jpg (865 bytes) PB: Paterson Drainage Woes An Existing Problem
Garwood:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Planning Bd. OK’s Additional Sprint Antennas
County:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) County Taxes to Jump $12.9 Mil. Under Exec. Plan

Editorial: Officials, Professionals Should Be Allowed to Speak with the Public

 

HIS THIRD UCT CHAMPIONSHIP...Raider Pat Mineo, top, won his third Union County title with an 11-7 victory over Governor Livingston’s Rob Coughlin at 145-lbs. Mineo also received his second Outstanding Wrestler Award.

Sports: Blue Devil Basketballers Bag Kearny Kardinal Boys; Raiders Claim 2 Champs, Place Third; Brearley Repeats as UCT Mat Champs; Raider Cagers Surge in OT, Set Back Farmer Boys; Raider Bowlers Jolt Startled WF Blue Devil Bowlers; Lady Blue Devils Hustle Past Minutemen Hoopsters; South Plainfield Tigers Roar Past Raider Hoop Girls: Photos


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Coffee with Conscience: Concerts Continue to Brew Strong Cups
Take The Stage:  Washington School Show Challenges ‘Status Quo’
School Of DanceJCC Dances to New ‘Rhythm and Motion’
Vic's Picks:  Shakira - Even Better En Español
PopcornThe Hitcher - Pass on This One
'Young At Art'
: Arts Center Spotlights Young Artists
'Santa 'n Shiva': Shubanjali Expresses Both Eastern, Western Cultures

Bernie Heeney Creative Writing Contest

GUEST OF HONORU.S. Attorney Chris Christie, left, spoke at the annual awards dinner of the Gateway Chamber of Commerce Tuesday night. Also pictured are Chamber President James Coyle, center, and board member William Sanders of Mountainside.

SCHOOL BOARD CANDIDATE KITThe  Kit can be downloaded here, see: www.goleader.com/services/features. Officials said that these kits are in short supply and are only being given to those who actually file to be a candidate.

Government Reform Thoughts

In guise of reform, the New Jersey Legislature has just passed a property-tax bill approving a one-time rebate to occur in September. It borrows taxpayers' money to provide the voters with a payment just before Election Day. We believe incumbents are using public money to buy votes and that this should be challenged in court. - See year-to-date reform thoughts.


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