Westfield:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Towns Addressing EMS Calls Differently
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Parents: 'Do Nothing'; BOE: 'It’s Not Right'
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Town Has Not Revealed Settlement Agreement
dot.jpg (865 bytes) UC Unveils 1st Alert Emer. Messaging System
Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
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Mountainside:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Driver Killed by Fallen Tree Limb on Route 22
Garwood:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Borough: NJEA 'Out Of Touch With Reality'
Clark:
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Region:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Roselle Chief: Robberies Down, Burglaries Up

Editorial: What Do You Think Is the Most Interesting Event in 100 Years?

Editorial:
Is Fishman Nomination Unusual or Problematic?

CRUSHING WIND...Last Thursday’s wind storm caused havoc with trees throughout the area. About 10:30 a.m. last Thursday, this healthy tree was twisted and snapped by the gale force wind. It fell onto the roof of the home at 601 Lenox Avenue in Westfield causing severe damage. No one was hurt. Police and Fire personnel roped off the area and Iller Tree Service cut it loose from the residence.

This Week's Cartoon



CLOSELY GUARDED BY LADY MINUTEMEN...Blue Devil Diana Venezia, No. 15, had Lady Minutemen swarming over her all evening in the Union County Tournament game.
 

Week In Sports: N. Hunterdon Matmen Defeat Blue Devils in Sections; Blue Devils Muzzle Bulldogs In UCT Boys Hoops; Elizabeth Minutemen Shock Lady Blue Devils in OT; Raiders End Regular Season With Quad Wrestling Match; Kardinal Wrestlers Surprise Devils for WC Crown - Photos
 

Devil's Den: When It Comes to Sports, She Can’t Get Enough

Kiss Me Kate

NEVER QUITE LIKE THIS:
WSO, Flamenco Dancers Offer Special Version of Carmen
CELEBRITY:
Surprise Guest Impresses WHS Thespians
REMEMBERED FONDLY:
Mangione, Boyles remember Coleman Mellett, 34
POPCORN: 
Getting The Oscars All Wrong

WELCOME BACK...Fanwood Councilwoman Joan Wheeler, right, speaks during the February 10 borough council meeting. It was her first regular meeting appearance since she fell and was seriously hurt while door-to-door campaigning for re-election last fall. Mrs. Wheeler, who continues to recover from her leg injury, said, “This is truly the best borough in the whole country; I know that. Thank you, everyone in Fanwood, for all the good wishes, cards, flowers…and food.” Seated at left is Borough Administrator Eleanor McGovern.
 

 


High School Student Asks Board To Vote Down Redistricting

Government Reform Thought: Unions, including the Communication Workers of America and the New Jersey Education Association, must stop acting as though we are in a booming economy. The CWA must accept a two-day furlough for state workers, and the NJEA must stop jamming large school contract increases down the throats of local school boards, such as what occurred in Garwood this week. - See Year-to-date Reform Thoughts. 



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