Westfield:
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Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
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dot.jpg (865 bytes) FW Planning Board Approves COAH Obligation
Garwood:
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Region:
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dot.jpg (865 bytes) Link School Earns Reputation in Newark
Editorial: Legislature Must Act on Diploma Mill and Compensation Abuses...
Nothing has been done, and the leaders in Trenton seem more concerned about protecting their political bases with the unions rather than doing the right thing for the public. Those who call for term limits may have a valid point. Is this the only way to disintegrate the entrenchment?

SOUNDS OF SWITZERLAND...The Alphorn Ensemble of the New Jersey Workshop for the Arts, directed by Ted Schlosberg, entertains shoppers in downtown Westfield during the holiday season. The Alphorn Ensemble recreates the sounds of the Alps on Saturdays in December from 2:30 until 3:30 p.m. at the corner of East Broad and Elm Streets.

This Week's Cartoon

Christmas and New Year's Schedule Note

ALL-UNION COUNTY FIRST TEAM...Raider senior Stephanie Glover, right, along with Jackie Law and Raychel Kruper were selected All-Union County First Team.
 

Week In Sports: Raider Soccer Girls Captured UCT, Group 3 Sectional Titles; Blue Devil Footballers Broke Records, Finished Year; Blue Devil Gymnasts Took 7th In State, Broke WHS Records; Blue Devil Swim Boys Return Most of Public A Title Squad; Raider Soccer Boys Stepped Up at Section Tourney Time; Raider Gymnasts Exceeded Goals Set During Pre-Season; Blue Devil Swim Ladies Plan To Be 'Very Good Again' - Photos



Second Symphonic Work

STORY TIME:
WF teacher creates second symphonic work
WEAVE ONLY BEGUN:
Guild weaves love of fiber
AN EXPECTED GIFT:
Newell's Gallery of Gifts showcases east coast artists
POETRY IN MOTION:
Art's waking power inspires learning
ALTARS OF THE INVISIBLE:
Schaer's work is an 'open book'
NOWHERE TO HYDE:
Seniors travel to park to dine, tour
POPCORN:
The Boy in the Striped Pajamas - Dressed for Nightmares (3 1/2 
popcorns)

CHRISTMAS SPIRIT...Members of the Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School Chamber Choir sing Christmas carols as the lights on the tree at the Fanwood Train Station are lit. On the lawn of the station, a heated tent housed Santa Claus, entertainment and food at the Sunday afternoon festivities.
 

Devil's Den:  '47, '61, '70, '77: And the Winner Is...
 

Government Reform Thought: It may seem that New Jersey is defenseless now that United States Attorney Chris Christie has resigned, but Ralph J. Marra, Jr., who was first assistant U.S. attorney under Mr. Christie, has assumed the responsibilities as Acting U.S. Attorney. We suggest that anyone with information on possible crimes contact his office. - See Year-to-date Reform Thoughts.
 

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