September 11, 2008
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Lance-Stender Debate
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Super Contracts

Board of Adjustment Hears Two FAR Cases With Different Results

08 Election

Westfield:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Proficiency Results Deemed 'Illogical'
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Spaces Made Available Earlier to PT Employees
Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) FW Wants Bigger Share of Traffic Ticket Revenue
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Fire Breaks Out in SP Apartments.
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Marks Urges Patience On Deer-Reduction Efforts
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Soccer Association Hail New Turf Soccer Field
dot.jpg (865 bytes) FW Wants Larger Share of Ticket Revenue
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Religious Group OK'd On Change in Fence Height
Garwood:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Council Nixes Freeholders Voting Districts
Area:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Freeholders Set to Vote On Improvements to Jail
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Barr Seeks Support In 3rd-Party Presidential Run

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LAMBERTS MILL BLAZE...A fire damaged apartments near the intersection of Lamberts Mill Road and Spruce Lane in Scotch Plains, Wednesday morning at press deadline, leaving multiple people injured. Westfield Fire Chief Dan Kelly has confirmed at 1 p.m. that two individuals have been medevaced to a burn center.
 

Editorial: On Seventh Anniversary of 9/11, We Shall Never Forget the Tragedy...As we have done each year on this date since the tragedy occurred, we remember the lives that were lost, the families left behind and the heroism displayed by so many people who responded that day to a previously unimaginable catastrophe.

READY TO CARRY A HEAVY LOAD...TRaider Co-Captains Anthony Taylor, left, and Marcus Green will be carrying a heavy load this season, playing on offense and defense. Green may also do some punting and kickoffs.
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Week In Sports: SP-F Raider Footballers Must Adjust To Tempo, Playing Offense and Defense; Devil V’ballers' Focus, Develop Young Squad; Blue Devil XC Girls Have Talented Pool of Runners; Blue Devil X-C Boys Aim To Improve 'Alpha Dogs'; Former Frat Brother's Daughter Competes in Ironman Competition; Raider Net Girls Prep To Do Well This Season - Photos
 



Midnight Madness

AFTER MIDNIGHT:
Westfield resident's Midnight Madness will appear in Midtown
ART AND ENTERTAINMENT:
Art Alexakis and Everclear headline Friday's MusicFest
SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST:
Guide helps mothers decide whether to stay home or return to work
MUSIC TO THEIR EARS:
Calderone students excel at recital
STUMPED:
Brentano's "Missing Trees" highlights 'fragility of life'
POPCORN:
Elegy - Songs of Love and Death

DANCING...Concertgoers were invited up on stage at Friday’s performance by Everclear at MusicFest. The two-day event held at Nomahegan Park in Cranford had to be cut short on Saturday night due to heavy rains.
 
Devil's Den: WHS at Shabazz Kicks Off 112th Season of Football
 


WHS Through The Eyes of a Junior

Government Reform Thought: We believe political parties should be required to file and publish biographies of their candidates on the internet. Too often, local candidates run for office with little or no information on their backgrounds provided to the public. - See Year-to-date Reform Thoughts.
 

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