Westfield:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Car Accident Kills Man At Westfield Intersection
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Ferraro’s So. to Expand Pkg. Lot, Rest. Seating
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Teachers Union Chimes in On School Budget
Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) BOE Explains 8.1% FW Tax Hike, 3.7% in SP
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Bd. Denies Permit For Prop Weapons
dot.jpg (865 bytes) SP Council Interviews Town Manager Candidates
Garwood:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Citing Decline in Aid, BOE Moves for Deferral
Region:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Candidates File for Town, UC and State Offices
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Mrs. Munoz Joins Bramnick In Assembly Bid
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Summit Common Council Unveils $45M Budget
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Freeholders to Oppose Psychiatric Funding Cuts
 

Editorial: Drivers, Pedestrians: Be Safe, For Your Sake and For Others

GO YANKS...The new Yankee Stadium is all set for the home opener next week against the Cleveland Indians. The above picture was taken during a special tour of the new facility, which was given last Thursday.
 

This Week's Cartoon



SEEKING A FOURTH UNION COUNTY TITLE...Blue Devil Dean Thompson will seek his fourth Union County boys tennis title. Thompson won at third singles in 2006, first doubles in 2007 and second singles in 2008.
 

Week In Sports: ALJ Crusader Boys Hold Off Blue Devils, 7-5, in Lacrosse; Blue Devil Net Boys See Fine Season with 5 UCT Champs; Raider Golfers Face Challenging Schedule; Blue Devils Will Field Very Young Golf Team - Photos
 


"Float on"

O VALENCIA!:
Spain's Las Fallas Festival dazzles
BRINGING TOWN TO LIFE:
Youth Art Month boosts downtown's 'image'
COFFEE WITH A CONSCIENCE: 
Tom Chapin performs in Westfield
A TIME TO 'KILL':
Theater Project show features SP resident
WHERE IS GRANDPA DENNIS?:
FW author helps children remember love ones lost
POPCORN:
Monsters Vs. Aliens - A Battle for the Right Ages (2.5)

LET THE HUNT BEGIN...The Easter Bunny visits children waiting for last Saturday’s Fanwood Easter Egg Hunt to begin at the age 8 and up section.
  

Devil's Den: Most Memorable Moment No. 2: June 4, 1966
 


 


To SAT or Not to SAT: That is the Question

Government Reform Thought: In the wake of Nancy Munoz, widow of Assemblyman Eric Munoz, succeeding her husband on the June Primary Election Ballot, we echo what we said on December 18, 2008: passing a seat, whether in the U.S. Senate or the NJ State Assembly, to either the highest bidder or a family member must be curtailed -- whether it's Carolyn Kennedy, Roland Burris or Nancy Munoz. Open up vacancies to the public and allow elections to be decided by more than party insiders, the elite or the connected. For as talented as the successor may be, political seats are not family heirlooms. - See Year-to-date Reform Thoughts.
 



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