Westfield:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Salvaggio Appointed New Court Administrator
dot.jpg (865 bytes) BOE Discusses ESL, New State Standards
dot.jpg (865 bytes) New Italian Restaurant OKíd for South Ave.
Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) FW to Allow For More Mixed-Use Developments
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Deer Census to be Taken In SP Neighborhoods
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Closing of The Chippery Leaves Many Questions
dot.jpg (865 bytes) SPF BOE Hears Plan For Preschool Expansion
Garwood:
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Region:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Weiner-Lesniak Reappointed RVSA Counsel
Editorial: Should County Freeholders Give Themselves and Directors Raises?...
We do not have anything against the freeholders or the county executives. We are concerned about the nationís economic turmoil and the impact on people losing their jobs and their mortgages. To help deal with these problems, we believe all salaries for freeholders and department directors should be frozen until further notice to show the taxpayers and those suffering that the county is listening.

HERE COMES SANTA CLAUS...Westfield Mayor Andy Skibitsky confers with Santa during Sundayís traditional Westfield Christmas tree-lighting ceremony. The event featured music by the Westfield Community Band and singers from the Westfield-based Choral Art Society of New Jersey.

This Week's Cartoon

Christmas and New Year's Schedule Note

Editorial: Now Is the Time to Talk with Your Mayors About Volunteering...If youíre thinking about volunteering in your town government, now is the time to contact your mayor and discuss your interests. For the most part, the mayors make the appointments. All governments are reorganizing now through the end of the year. Often, there are many rewarding opportunities to serve. You need to let them know. Itís best to speak with your mayor in person, but using email can be a good start.

TURNING DOWNFIELD...Blue Devil wide receiver Chris Sheehan, No. 5, receives a pass from quarterback Tony DiIorio, right, and turns toward the sideline to gobble up more yardage.

Week In Sports: Minutemen Gridders Reject Raiders on Turkey Day; Blue Devils Ground Cardinals In Turkey Day Classic; Blue Devil Junior Girls Jolt Seniors in Powder Puff; Raider Seniors Sting Juniors In OT in Powder Puff Game - Photos

Devil's Den:Thanksgiving Games Give Extra Meaning to the Day


"Cranberry Christmas"

CRAN CHRISTMAS:
Devlins' story comes to life on small screen
HATS OFF:
Farmhouse Store hosts meet with Broadway star
SILVER ANNIVERSARY:
Musicales celebrate 25th year
ROCKSTOCK:
Local bands perform in Clark fundraiser
ANNUAL HOLIDAY CONCERT:
Comm band, Edison Singers combine forces

TOUGH POWDER PUFF...Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School junior Kim Wenson completed numerous passes, including a touchdown pass to Morgan Burke, and had an interception in the third annual Powder Puff football game November 29, sponsored by DECA. The seniors won in overtime. See story.


After Receiving Assistance Post 9/11, Westfield Family Returns The Favor

Government Reform Thought: President-elect Barack Obama needs to appoint a new U.S. attorney for New Jersey who is just as diligent at cleaning up corruption as their predecessor, Chris Christie. - See Year-to-date Reform Thoughts.

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