dot.jpg (865 bytes) BOE Looks to Redistrict 33 Students to Edison
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dot.jpg (865 bytes) New Members Join Bd.; Wilt Remains Chairman
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Elderly Resident, 90, Rescued from Fire
Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Public Comments Dominate FW Council Meeting
dot.jpg (865 bytes) BOE, PTA Hold Annual Roundtable Discussion
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Coronato Replaces Sartor As Planning Bd. Chair
dot.jpg (865 bytes) SP Renews Recycling Pact, OKs Morse Paving
dot.jpg (865 bytes) SP Zoning Bd. Delays Schmiede Decision
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Editorial: What’s Better: Bipartisan, Nonpartisan or Chasing Windmills?
This Week's Cartoon  

REDISTRICTING...A resident of Westfield addresses the Westfield Board of Education on Tuesday night at Edison Intermediate School about Superintendent of Schools Margaret Dolan’s recommendation to redistrict the two intermediate schools. Over 50 residents were in attendance to hear the plan to shift some students from Roosevelt Intermediate School to Edison. The board will vote on the redistricting proposal on Tuesday, January 27.

STRONG UNDER THE OFFENSIVE AND DEFENSIVE BOARDS...Blue Devil Pat Sabitino,  No. 43, pulled down nine rebounds and scored 17 points against the Kearny Kardinals.

Week In Sports: Blue Devil Boys Shoot Down Kardinal Basketballers; Blue Devils Rev in High Gear, Rout Raider Wrestlers; Raider Basketball Boys Maul Mariana Bracetti Acad.; Lady Raiders Sink Bishop Ahr, Raider Boys Dunk St. Peter's - Photos

Devil's Den: Still Wondering Why We’re the Blue Devils

Westfield Artwork: 'Cheeseburger Deluxe'

Alliance Rep. presents A Few Good Men
Costumed singers celebrate in medieval style
SP resident participates in Special Olympics
Carriage House celebrates 10th year with anthology
Kenny's 'Kite' flies high on childhood poems

Benjamin Button - In retrospect, literally (4 stars)

NEW LEADERSHIP...Scotch Plains Planning Board members take their oaths for 2009 at Monday night’s reorganization meeting. Pictured, from left to right, are: Councilman Jeffrey Strauss, new vice chairman Michael  Michalisin, new chairwoman Paulette Coronato and Councilman Dominick Bratti.

Government Reform Thought: Elected officials serving at the municipal and school board level must send a message to Governor Jon Corzine that they are willing to meet the 4% cap on 2009 property taxes only if he restores funding to 2008 levels. - See Year-to-date Reform Thoughts.

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