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Corzine Tells of NJ Fiscal Crisis, Proposes Debt-Restructuring Plan
Westfield:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) BOE Discusses Budget, Hikes Teachers' Pay
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Little Gate House Finishes Expert Testimonies
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Plea Deal Fails Closure for Victim's Friend
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Heinbokel Presents Taskforce Study to Council
Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
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dot.jpg (865 bytes) Fanwood to Unveil Budget by Early March
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Area:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) McCain, Clinton Win New Jersey Pres. Primary
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WHEN PIGS FLY...Governor Jon Corzine stands next to a slide depicting an animated figure of a flying pig,  emphasizing a quote from his January 8 State-of-the-State Address. In the speech, he said "pigs will fly over  the Statehouse before there's a realistic level of new taxes or spending cuts that can fix this mess." He made the comment to support his proposals for remedying the state's financial problems. See pages 6 and 7 for his slide presentation.

Editorial: An Open Letter to New Jersey Gov. Jon Corzine, Re: Fiscal Crisis...Two years ago in February, we wrote in our newspapers that New Jersey had reached the end of the line and that you, Governor, would be forced to declare a "Fiscal State of Emergency." Somehow, the state of emergency has been forestalled for two years with considerable wiggling in Trenton, although government did shut down for several days back then, but matters have gotten worse today.

Editorial: If There Was Ever a Time to Get Informed, It's Now, It's Urgent...N.J. Governor Jon Corzine gave a 
magnificent performance last Wednesday in Cranford and stayed on cue almost all of the time, even when faced with a two-hour hostile question-and-answer session with citizens that followed his performance.


GETTING A TASTE OF PERFECTION...Blue Devil Arley Rojas rolled a perfect 300 game at the Woodbridge Tournament on January 26. The Blue Devils placed second in the Union County Tournament on January 30.

Sports: Blue Devil Boys Grab 54th Union County Swim Crown; Raiders Get 3rd, Westfield 5th At Union County Boys Track; Lady Blue Devils Win 26th Union County Swim Crown; Raider Matmen Even Record With Win Over Indians; Blue Devil 'B' Bowlers Finish Second Union County Tourney; Blue Devil Wrestlers Flatten Cranford Cougars: Photos



'Honorable' Mention

'Have the Honor': 2 'Ordinary Guys' Remain Poised to Fill the Void Left By 'The Sopranos'
Popcorn:
Rambo - When Overkill Just Isnít Enough

WHS - Politically Aware, Yet Ideologically Divided


GIANTS WIN...The area virtually shut down Sunday night, with house parties everywhere filled with fans watching the dramatic Giantsí victory over the Patriots in Super Bowl XLII. Guests at the Corbin house celebrate after the Giants stormed back for the win.


Devil's Den: It's Never Too Late To Fall in Love Again

Government Reform Thought: It seems that moving the Presidential Primary to February was popular with New Jersey voters, given Tuesday's high voter turnout. It was one of the reforms from last year that worked.   See Year-to-date Reform Thoughts.
 

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