Westfield:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Town Earmarks $30K In Chambers Settlement
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Vehicle Overturns After Struck By School Bus
dot.jpg (865 bytes) DWC Battles Tough Economy, Sees Positives
Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) SP Town Manager Capabianco Resigns
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Malool Says She Wants To Avoid Foreclosures
dot.jpg (865 bytes) BOE Proposes User Fees to Lower Taxes
dot.jpg (865 bytes) FW Mayor Attacks Racist Org. Over Literature
dot.jpg (865 bytes) SP Planning Bd. OKs Morse Ave. Subdivision
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Marks Ponders State Assembly Bid
Mountainside:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) BOE Presents $14.1 Mil. Budget for '09-10 Year
Garwood:
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Region:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) RVSA Appoints GW's Lombardo As Chairman
dot.jpg (865 bytes) UC Hopes to Reduce Spending, Tax Hikes
dot.jpg (865 bytes) UC GOP Convention Selects Christie
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UC Could Face $8 mil. In Additional Budget Cuts

Editorial: Anyone Can File An OPRA Request, But How To Word It?

Editorial:
'Our Hands Are Tied; We Are Up Against A Giant,' the NJEA

COLLISION WITH SCHOOL BUS...A Ford Explorer overturned, Monday, in Westfield at the intersection of Boulevard and Washington Street when a school bus, operated by the Vogel Bus Company, ran a stop sign, resulting in a collison. A 14-year-old on the bus and three youths in the car, ranging from 4 to 11, along with the bus driver, were not injured. The driver was extricated from the car by Westfield firefighters and taken to an area hospital. The condition of the driver of the SUV is not known at this time, although her injuries were not believed to be life threatening, police said.
 

This Week's Cartoon



WORKING ON HIS THIRD DISTRICT TITLE...Blue Devil senior John Barnes, top, earned his third District 11 title with a 19-3, technical fall over Raider Wesley Morrison at 130-lbs.
 

Week In Sports: Blue Devil Swim Girls Defeat BrH2O for Sectional Crown; Blue Devil Matmen Win First District 11 Crown Since 1994, Raiders Place Fourth; Lady Raider B’ballers Crush ALJ Crusaders in UCT; Don’t Be Fooled! Steroid Use Is Not Exclusive to Pro and Collegiate Sports; No. 12 Minutemen Stop Blue Devil Cagers - Photos
 

Devil's Den: I’d Give Anything For One Last 'A Series 3-7'
 

"Digital Darkroom"

LENDING SUPPORT:
Community helps cure F.O.P. on V day
NON-MORTAL COMBAT:
Tony Nominee helps SPFHS dramatists
WHERE IN THE WORLD IS:
WSO, Flamenco combine for Carmen
HARDLY A NEWCOMER: 
Folksinger Newcomer headlines 'Conscience'
PAINTING OR PHOTO?:
Only WF photographer knows
ALEXANDER THE GREAT:
Musician returns to his roots
GET A CLUE: 
Garwood teen spearheads Vo-Tech performance

LEADERSHIP FLOW...Outgoing Rahway Valley Sewerage Authority (RVSA) Board Chairman Joan Papen of Scotch Plains holds a plaque presented to her by newly elected Chairman Charles Lombardo of Garwood at last Thursday’s meeting, as RVSA Counsel Brian Hak looks on.
 

 


You Don’t Snooze, You Lose

Government Reform Thought: The concept of "do more with less" seems to be taking hold this year in local governments in everything from merging operations at the county level to generating new revenue sources for schools. While this is good news, more needs to be done to cut spending. - See Year-to-date Reform Thoughts. 



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