Westfield:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Kenneth Marsh Reflects On His Time as Engineer
dot.jpg (865 bytes) BOE Assesses Leaps and Bounds Program
dot.jpg (865 bytes) WHS Graduate Shares Election Views on NPR
Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Malool Looks Forward to Challenges
dot.jpg (865 bytes) SP Council Favors Change In Dist. of Fine Money
dot.jpg (865 bytes) FW Council Approves Forestry Management Plan
Garwood:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Teachers, BOE Reach 'Tentative' Agreement
Region:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Congregations, Organizations Help the Needy
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Editorial: Why Fill WHS Asst. Principal Position In Hard Economic Times?...
WHS has a principal and three assistant principals that are paid a combined $410,000, not including benefits. By comparison, each of the two intermediate schools has a principal and an assistant principal while the six elementary schools and Lincoln, now the Early Childhood Learning Center, all have just a principal with the exception of Franklin School, which has one assistant principal.

CHRISTMAS TREE, OH, CHRISTMAS TREE...Department of Public Works employee Robbie Kosciolek offers a thumbs up to The Westfield Leader as he heads skyward to help adorn and light the Westfield Christmas Tree. His partner, Ken LeCroy (not pictured), also assisted in decorating the tree.
 

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Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's Schedule Note

Editorial: "All Hands on Deck," If They Write it, We’ll Print It...Given the mess in government and the economy, we think it is time for "All hands on deck" – not business as usual. We’d like to know what our officials and government managers are doing to address the critical situation. If they write it, we’ll print it.

SECTIONAL SOCCER CHAMPIONS AGAIN...The Raider girls’ soccer team clinched the North Jersey, Group 3, Section 2 title defeating Mendham, 4-1. The Raiders, who lost to Mendham last year, defeated them for the title in 2006.

Week In Sports: Red Devils Shock Blue Devils In NJ Section Football; Lady Raiders Rap Mendham For Section Soccer Crown; Millers Jump on Raiders For Boys Soccer Section Title; Raiders Come Back Big, Top Warren Hills Gridders - Photos

Devil's Den: Eighth Hall of Fame Induction on Monday



Student Election Art

CRACK A SMILE:
"Smile" exhibit combines photography and painting
WHEN IN ROME:
WF's Wicke leads choir on Vatican City tour
CATS PAJAMAS:
WF's Cenci stars in A.L. Webber's classic
ANGER MANAGEMENT:
Pat Cooper shows off 'comedic anger'
FOOD 4 THOUGHT:
A Microwave Thanksgiving

FOR THE BIRDS...Fanwood Mayor Colleen Mahr congratulates Keenan Porter ofFanwood for his bird mansion at the November 11 council meeting. Keenan’s design, featuring a roof made of old license plates, took first place in the Fanwood Environmental Commission’s second-annual Birdhouse Building Contest; Kaavya Krishna Kumar, also of Fanwood, took second place for her Jeweled Pumpkin Birdhouse. Lin Vlasaty of Fanwood and Jeremy Graffox of Scotch Plains tied for first place in the general adult category.
 

Government Reform Thought: Former New Jersey senator Wayne Bryant was found guilty Tuesday of selling his office as one of New Jersey's most influential lawmakers and padding his pension. In addition to jail, Bryant should be forced to return all the fraud money and forfeit his pension. - See Year-to-date Reform Thoughts.

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