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Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
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dot.jpg (865 bytes) BOE Seeks Stimulus Funds; Costello Resigns
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Human Services: Demand Soars
Editorial: Three or Four Hours After Midnight, With My Head Full of the Subject
Local BOE Candidates These Harbingers, a Few Brave Souls

COMFORTABLY NUMB...Hearty soles take advantage of the snow storm that arrived Monday by having fun sledding in Echo Lake Park. The snow brought several inches of ideal powder, then temperatures plunged, turning much to ice by Wednesday.

Daylight Saving Time - Spring Ahead Sunday

CLOSELY GUARDING A WARRIOR...BBlue Devil Chris Sheehan, right, closely guards Warrior guard Jesse Ross, No. 3. Sheehan also had six rebounds, three assists and eight points. 

Week In Sports: Blue Devil Boys Capture 22nd NJ State Swim Championship; WW-P South Tops Blue Devils For Public A Girls Swim Title; Blue Devil Barnes Gets Second At Region 3 Mat Tournament; Blue Devil Boy Cagers Whip WH Warriors in Finale - Photos

Devil's Den: Most Memorable Moments: The Final Countdown

POPCORN: The International - Sleuther not Quite World Class (2.5  popcorns)

Westfield's Laura Reiff

Reiff gives back to modeling industry
WF author publishes rock history
Movie filmed in WF on DVD
Wyatt's exhibit gets "Under Your Skin"
Kalellis helps reader become independent
WCP continues season with Simon's Fools
The Dutch Baby

GOOD DEEDS...Ten women of the Fanwood Presbyterian Church on February 19 put on their aprons and whipped up 24 cakes to help feed the 300 people served weekly through the AGAPE Community Kitchen Mission for homeless and disadvantaged in Elizabeth. This mission involves volunteers including those from the Presbyterian Churches of Westfield, First Elizabeth and Cranford. Pictured above, left to right, are: Betty Zwicky, Anne Teets and Jackie Rezza.

This Week's Cartoon

Government Reform Thought: With economic projections dim this year for the county of Union, including the possible elimination of critical social services, including the Route 22 pedestrian shuttle bus, the Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders should immediately take a 10 percent salary reduction, if not more, to offset the hike in demand for social services and the shortfall of grant dollars coming into the county. - See Year-to-date Reform Thoughts. 

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