Westfield:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Jury Finds for Town
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Willow Grove Road To Undergo Improvements
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Leader Store Renovation Application Advances
Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) SP SID Plans Memorial Day Kickoff
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Malool On Separation Of Sewerage Bill 
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Budget Task Force Reports To Fanwood
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Superior Court Rules In Favor of Planning Board
Region:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) State to Have Ability to Test For Swine Flu
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dot.jpg (865 bytes) Kean Faculty Protests Farahi
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UC to Save $1.4M By Dumping Horizon
 

Editorial: In Local Government and Boards, Transparency Is the Best Option
Editorial:
Latest Contract Struggle
 
This Week's Cartoon

COMING HOME...UNICO volunteers help transform the recreation room in Westfield’s Armory for soldiers from the Army National Guard’s 102nd Cavalry coming home from Iraq in June. Pictured are: 102 Calvary RSTA Cpt. Pete Zabita, Sgt. Julian Londono, Cadet Lt. Louis Fernando, Cpl. Jeff Heine, Pfc. Steve Undrosky, Nancy LaCorte, family readiness group leader and mother of Spc. Evan Dickerson and Spc. Joshua Dickerson. UNICO volunteers are Dave Lovato, Peter Serpico, John Chiesa, Tony Valles and Robb Abrams. Not shown is Amy Lovato.
 



Schedule Note: On May 14, the 37th Annual Edition of This Is Westfield will be mailed together with the regular edition of The Westfield Leader to every home in Westfield as well as to out of town subscribers and distribution in the stores. Due to the size of this effort, please provide your advertisements early  (by May 8) to ensure inclusion. Please contact sales@goleader.com now to make your reservations. Our regular rates apply for this special edition. See www.goleader.com/presskit. Likewise, our editors require additional time to manage community news submittals. See www.goleader.com/help.  For business and political announcements, please see www.goleader.com/express.

ALPHA AND OMEGA IN THE 4X1600...Blue Devil Julian Applebaum, left, ran the leadoff leg of the 4x1600-meter relay and Ryan Scrudato, right insert, ran the anchor leg to bring home a victory.
 

Week In Sports: Baseball Raiders Rip Indians In First Round of UCT; Blue Devils Take 3rd, Raiders Grab 7th at UCT Boys Relays; Linden Tigresses Strike Out SP-F Raider Softballers; Blue Devils Attack to Pounce On Cougar Lady Laxers; Raiders Place 5th, Blue Devils Take 6th in UCT Girls Relays  - Photos
 

Devil's Den: The Curse of ’37: Hard to Imagine

"All dolled up"

STATE OF THE ARTS:
Organizations cope with less funding
STARS OF TOMORROW:
Matthew Kimura, 15, wins, gets to play with WSO
BEING A DOLL: 
Fashion show inspires courage in young girls
DINE TO KNOW:
Publicist dishes on Food Network
AUDACITY OF IMAGINATION:
Ovarian Cancer - A promising new study
POPCORN:
No. 4 Street of Our Lady - A Saintly Address, Indeed (3 
popcorns)
  

RESPECT FOR NATURE...The Township of Scotch Plains had its Arbor Day Celebration at Terrill Middle School. The Environmental Commission organized the event. It included an Arbor Day Proclamation issued by Mayor  Nancy Malool, a lesson on the value of trees by Sal Trifiro, a talk about Native Americans and their respect for nature by Councilwoman Mary Depaola (herself a Native American), and a yoga demonstration, (with the school kids and teachers participating) showing the relationship of movement to being in harmony with nature, given by Megan Hait of the Yoga and Healing School of Scotch Plains. The school groundskeepers then planted two crabapple trees. Pictured are Mayor Malool, Sal Trifiro and Councilwoman Depaola (seated) with Terrill students. Not shown is Megan Hait yoga instructor.
  

Government Reform Thought: Since matters aren't working out well for the public, perhaps teachers and police contract negotiations should be held in public, then voted on by the public. - See Year-to-date Reform Thoughts.
 



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