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Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Marks, Coronato Saluted At Council’s Last Mtg.
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Retiring Rec. Comm. Dir. Zazzali Looks Back
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Editorial: Happy New Year Everyone, Take The Challenge Put Forth for 2009...The beginning of a new year is a chance for us all to put the woes of the past year behind us and to restart with new dreams and fresh goals – to be positive, regardless of how disgruntled one may be. Many people are upset this year, admittedly for good reason. The economic fraud and corruption uncovered in 2008 has been staggering – it’s being labeled 'The Year That the Thieves Stole the World.'

This Week's Cartoon

CHILDHOOD CENTER OF ATTENTION (Sep. 4)...Students, parents and town officials gather outside the doors of Lincoln School, the district’s new early childhood education center. Featuring morning and afternoon sessions, the school will house all kindergarten classes and serve those with special needs.

HIGH FLYING LAY-UP...Kevin Maroney, No. 4, attacked the Holmdel Hornets, netting 16 points including two key three-pointers to lead the Raiders to a 55-53 victory in the John Kowal Tournament in Rahway.

Week In Sports: Basketball Raiders Ransack Union Farmer Girls; Patriots Top Westfield In Butch Kowal Tournament; Raider Cagers Surge in 4th, Singe Holmdel Boys - Photos

Devil's Den: Sinnenberg An All-America In Classroom and on Field

Westfield resident Anderson directs "Treehouse of Horror"
Year In Review: Pt. 2

Hayes appears in Plainfield before death
WF resident leaves Rahway 'All Shook Up'
WF Art Assoc. reorganizes in 2008
Rain-shortened MusicFest still success
Former Westfielder directs "Simpsons" show
Local residents sing in Basilica
Devlins' Christmas comes to life on ABC

FREEDOM IS NOT FREE (Nov. 13)...On Veterans Day in Scotch Plains, Don Wussler, right, unveiled a new clock in honor of fellow Korean War veterans. Inscribed on the new clock is the phrase “Freedom is not Free.” Mr. Wussler, who had spearheaded the fundraising, when addressing the large crowd of veterans and town officials, said he had exceeded his initial goal of $15,000. “It’s been a long time coming, but it was worth it,” he told the crowd. To commemorate the festivities, Westfield Bell ringer, Jack Panosh, back, brought the Westfield Town Bell to Scotch  Plains. To view pictures online, see goleader.com/photos.


Government Reform Thought:  As budget meetings begin for our local governments this month, we expect our governments to not only hold a tight line on new spending, but to reduce department 2008 budgets. This is no longer a time to save funds for a rainy day; it is now raining. - See Year-to-date Reform Thoughts.

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