Westfield:
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Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
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Valentine’s Day Dinner Planned for Veterans
Regional:
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Editorial: Government...Like Fire, It Is a Dangerous Servant, Fearful Master

This Week's Cartoon

KEEP KIDS TOGETHER...Westfield Town Councilwomen Vicki Kimmins, center, receives a standing ovation from parents after she gave her speech Tuesday night in opposition to the Westfield Board of Education’s plan to redistrict a portion of the graduating class of Washington Elementary School kids to Edison Intermediate School. Westfield High School student Allie Tunis, standing at left, also spoke, supporting to keep the kids together. Afterwards, the BOE voted to proceed with the redistricting in first reading. The final vote on the matter is scheduled for February 24.



MINUTEMAN IN DEEP DOUBLE TROUBLE...Blue Devil Brian Henry cranked Minuteman George Travinsky in 2:00 with a back double arm bar stack in his 145-lb bout.

Week In Sports: Raiders Rule Boards, Defeat Lady Blue Devil Cagers; Blue Devil Matmen Go 11-0, Set Back Minutemen; Can SP-F Swimmers End WHS’s County Streaks?; Wounded Raiders Fall Victim To Rahway Wrestlers; Blue Devil Girls Rock East Side Cagers - Photos


"All Shook Up"

TICKET TO RIDE:
Life is a Highway offers 'best of both worlds'
'HOUSE' REPRESENTATIVE:
Westfielder appears on 'This Old House'
FULL SPEED AHEAD:
WF author has passion for writing
NJYT:
Youth theatre's second semester to begin
SEEING STARS: 
Loews, Filmmakers show best of Cannes etc.

GO RAIDERS...Members of the 2008 Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School varsity girls’ soccer team are honored by the board of education last Thursday for completing a school-record 19 wins and five losses. The team won the Union County championship for the fourth straight year and was also named the North Jersey Section 2, Group 3 Sectional Champions.

Devil's Den: Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner?

Government Reform Thought: Rather than relying on stimulus money from Washington, local governments must make cuts that will be extremely painful to workers and residents, but must be done. Stimulus monies should be focused on stimulating the economy; not balancing government revenues. - See Year-to-date Reform Thoughts. 



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