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Fyffe to Review Student Broadcasts, Sparks Censorship Debate


DOGGIN’ DOWN…Lew Porziazzo, center, won the Windmill hot dog-eating contest at Sunday’s Spring Fling street fair. He is now eligible to enter the next Windmill event for $1,000, winner-take-all, in Lake Como on August 11.

Editorial: Is Community TV Becoming “Only for the Nonce?”

Westfield:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Kimball Homeowners Appeal to Council on Changes
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Council Passes $36-Million Municipal Budget, 7-2
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Appeals Court Reverses WF Woman’s Suit vs. County
Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Judge Upholds Board’s Denial Of Gulf Station Plans
dot.jpg (865 bytes) FW Council Continues Development Rights Debate
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Township Seeks Input On DPW, Fire Facilities
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Neighbors List Concerns About Beverly Subdivision
Garwood:
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County:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Mayors, Air Traffic Advisory Panel Oppose FAA Plan
dot.jpg (865 bytes) County Taxes Up $12.7 Mil.; 19 Towns to See Hikes
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Freeholders Oppose FAA Airspace Redesign Plan
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Sen. Kean Asks Rutgers Not To Cut 6 Athletic Teams

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BLUE DEVIL GRAND WELCOMING...Blue Devil Head Coach Bob Brewster welcomes Tom Bonard after he blasted a grand slam home run.

Sports: Blue Devil Baseballers Blank Cardinals in 5 Innings; Blue Devil Boys Capture Third Straight Union County Tennis Tourney Crown; Blue Devils Stun SPF Raiders In Boys Track & Field; Raiders’ Defense Collapses, Gives East Side Victory; West Morris Laxers Slide By Blue Devil Lady Laxers: Photos

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Newark Academy Invitational: WHS Still Looking for No. 1


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'Dun Dun Dun Dunnnnnn': Triumphant Presentation Captures Journey of Beethoven’s Fifth
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Get Organized: HGTV’s Jamie Novak Helps Local Families
Vic's Picks: No ‘Problems’ – Format’s Second Album Worth Second Listen
Book Nook:
Books Show Children That Every Day is Earth Day
Food 4 Thought: PRecipes From My Mother
Home & Garden: Water, Mow, Repeat
Popcorn: Fracture - A Tough Case to Crack


Sekou Sundiata Strikes Success at High School

AIR TRAFFICThe Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has proposed changes to air traffic patterns in the area for landings and departures at Newark Airport. Pictured above is the web of flights, rearranged to pass over the region from traffic surrounding the New York, New Jersey and Philadelphia  hub. See goleader.com/features to download detailed FAA reports.

SAX-A-GO-GOScotch Plains-Fanwood High School jazz bands took home top awards at the New Jersey State IAJE (International Association of Jazz Educators) Finals. For the second year in a row, Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School sent two jazz ensembles – the Moonglowers and Spiffy Jazz – to the state finals, held this year at Willingboro High School. Above, the Moonglowers’ saxophone section celebrates its award for Best Saxophone Section at the New Jersey State Finals.

Government Reform Thoughts

After details were made public by The Star-Ledger, last week the New Jersey Higher Education Student Assistance Authority, which oversees college financial aid and scholarship programs, has ended a kickback deal with Sallie Mae, Inc. involving millions of dollars. The state should end all kickback deals and conduct business only with the best interests of citizens at heart. - See year-to-date reform thoughts.

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