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Editorial: President Barack Obama and Great Expectations, Welcome

Editorial: Mountainside BOE Needs to Make Agenda Attachments Public
This Week's Cartoon  

HAIL TO THE CHIEF...An estimated two million people gather in Washington, D.C., in chilly weather on Tuesday for the official swearing-in ceremony for United States President Barack Obama, the 44th President and the first African-American to be elected as leader of the nation. The mood was festive, and the ceremony was well managed, as millions throughout the world viewed the inauguration on television and the Internet.

MAKING A BIG SPLASH IN FOUR EVENTS...Blue Devil Matt Meserole won the 200-Individual Medley, placed second in the 100-butterfly and was on the winning 200-medley relay and 400-free relay teams.

Week In Sports: Blue Devil Wrestlers Shock Rahway in Thriller; Blue Devil Swim Boys Glide Past No.7 St. Joseph's; Raider Basketball Girls Chill Westfield Blue Devils; Highly Improved Tigers Stun SPF Raider Wrestlers; Mount St. Mary Girls Shock No. 2 Lady Blue Devils; Blue Devil Wrestlers Go 9-0, Rip Cranford Cougars - Photos

Devil's Den: WHS Wrestlers Living In High-Rent District

Joseph Hill...Fit for a 'king' (Solomon)

Choral Art Society presents "Solmon"
Community rallies to help WF family
Wash. School to present Life is a Highway
In WCP's rendition of Salesman
Mystery meets geometry in Kanter's exhibit
Milan pays tribute to rock-reggae's Sublime

Doubt - Casts Compelling Shadows (3 popcorns)

RECORD BREAKING...The Fanwood Fire Department and Rescue Squad held their awards dinner last Saturday at Berkeley Plaza. Volunteer firefighters Bob Brennan, right, and Russ Hamill, center, along with EMT Nancy D’Ambrosio received awards for 35 years of service from Fanwood Mayor Colleen Mahr, left. Bob Kruthers of the rescue squad for 52 years was honored for achieving the 5,000-call mark in 2008. Only two other members ever hit that number in the 60 years of the squad’s history.

Government Reform Thought: Now that the nation has a new President, our federal government must see this as the perfect opportunity for a new beginning to tackle the mounting issues facing our nation in a truly bipartisan manner.- See Year-to-date Reform Thoughts.

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