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2007 Edition of This Is Westfield
June 21, 2007
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FOR A WORTHY CAUSE…Community members mingle Monday night at the Northside Trattoria in Westfield during the during the fourth annual wine tasting and silent auction to raise funds in support of the Center for Hope Hospice & Palliative Care Auxiliary in Scotch Plains. Pictured, left to right, are: Rodney Rose, a liquor distributor who provided the wine for the wine tasting, bartender and college student Melissa Sette of Scotch Plains, state patrolman Will Humphries, attorney John Blake of Westfield, his wife Joan and Leader/Times sales director Fred Lecomte.

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Westfield:
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dot.jpg (865 bytes) Prospect St. to House First Totally ‘Green’ Structure
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Detective Frank Brunelle Steps Down After 35 Years
dot.jpg (865 bytes) DWC Shoots Commercial, Faces Ferraro Challenge
Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Increased Traffic, Students Among TDR Concerns
dot.jpg (865 bytes) FW Seeks Input on Improving Forest Road Park
dot.jpg (865 bytes) SP Council Delays Transfer Of Malibu Liquor License
dot.jpg (865 bytes) SP Council Hires Engineer to Evaluate DPW Building
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Montana Man Gets Life for 2000 Murder of SP Woman
dot.jpg (865 bytes) FW’s New Summer Park Program Already Full
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Foundation Seeks Funds for Teen’s Cancer Treatment
Mountainside:

dot.jpg (865 bytes) Community Mourns Passing of 7-Eleven’s Regenthal
dot.jpg (865 bytes) BOE Prioritizes Goals For 2007-2008 School Year
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Borough Moves Ahead on Underage Drinking Policies
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Planning Board Reviews Water Runoff in 2 Cases
Area:

dot.jpg (865 bytes) Watchung Reservation Gets ‘Bio-Blitzed’ by Scientists


Editorial: The Battle of Scotch Plains is Unfolding, Ignited by Lawsuit

 

TWO-TIME COUNTY CHAMP...Third singles player James Chu won his NJSIAA first round then lost, 6-3, 7-5, in the second round to finish with a 23-6 record.

Sports: Blue Devils Made Strong Run In Sectional Baseball Tourney; Blue Devil Tennis Boys Won UCT, Group 4, State Crowns; Baseball Raiders Finish 19-8, May Be Stronger in 2008; St. Anne Softballers Rap St. Stephen Men; Midway Wins Battle in 7th, Holds Off Poplar Place: Photos

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Knobloch Has Role In Another Dynasty


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Crossroads: Local Bands Raise Money In Memory of Jonathan Walsweer
SP-F Art Association: Six Take Top Honors at Members’ Show
Luck Be A Lady: WSO Presents ‘The Guys And Dolls of Broadway’
Vic's Picks: ‘Pinkerton’ – Sophomore Smash
Popcorn: Ocean's Thirteen - Count It Out


Freshman Observation of a Post-Prom Mishap

MEMORIALThe Mountainside 7-Eleven set up a makeshift memorial to longtime employee John Regenthal, who passed away last week. Patrons have shared memories of Mr. Regenthal and have donated about $2,500 (as of press time) to help pay for his funeral expenses.

NOW YOU SEE IT...NOW YOU DON'TOn Tuesday morning, the former home of James and Marilyn Lucas at 2377 Richmond Street was demolished to make room for an enlargement of Jerseyland Park to house a new soccer field. The added space will allow a full-size soccer field and a full-depth outfield for baseball. The town purchased the property a year ago.

Government Reform Thoughts

Attorneys in government seem to have special laws and treatment for themselves when they commit a crime, break the law and/or violate the public trust. Take Michael Nifong for example, the nefarious district attorney in the Duke lacrosse case. His punish is disbarment by his peers. We believe he should face the criminal justice system and go to jail if found guilty - just like all others who are not attorneys would. - See year-to-date reform thoughts.

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