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Schedule Note: The Memorial Day Holiday will impact Advertising reservation deadlines for the May 28th edition of The Westfield Leader and Scotch Plains Fanwood Times. Please provide your Ad reservations and submissions to by Friday, May 22nd to ensure inclusion into the newspapers. Likewise, our editors require additional time to manage community news submittals. See  For business and political announcements, please see


dot.jpg (865 bytes) Officials Concerned Over Return of H1N1 Flu in Fall
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Police, CWA Decline Voluntary Giveback Request
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Food, Wine Fest Changed To WF Restaurant Week
Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) SP Council to Create Sewerage Authority
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Malool: Separate Sewer Bill Would Reduce Layoffs 
dot.jpg (865 bytes) GW Considers Moving Wash. School 'Off-Line'
dot.jpg (865 bytes) UC OKs $600K Dog Park; Golfers Critical of Closing
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Linden City Introduces $88M Budget

Editorial: Memorial Day: Remembering Both the Fallen and the Living
Editorial: Mobile Meetings Are Opportunity For Freeholders to Reach People
This Week's Cartoon

CHILD-ID...Emergency Services crew chief Moses Gomez of Roselle last Saturday helps Westfield youngster Isabella Broaddus with her fingerprinting at the CHIP program, an annual service of the Atlas Pythagoras Masonic Lodge in Westfield. The program provides parents with up-to-date records of fingerprints, tooth print, saliva and scent sample and a DVD to document the child’s image and speech pattern, to be used by the police in case of an emergency.

UNION COUNTY BASEBALL CHAMPS...The Raiders celebrate after pulling off a 2-1 victory over the Blue Devils in a 10-inning Union County championship classic game at Williams Field in Elizabeth on May 16.

Week In Sports: Blue Devil Girls Break 4x400 Record at UCT Track Meet; Raiders Nip Blue Devils In 10 Innings for UCT Crown; Feldbauer’s 2-Run Rap Lifts Blue Devils Over Tigers - Photos


WF's Flynn, Itinerants rock Kilkenny House
Home Tour showcases beauty of surrounding area
WF resident brings 'Love' of Arts to Kean
SP artist Derrett lightens up WF art gallery
St. Paul's singer wins orchestra competition
Star Trek - The Way They Were (3 popcorns)

NO DOUBT ABOUT IT...A young Raider fan displays his confidence in the outcome of the baseball thriller last Saturday between Scotch Plains-Fanwood (SP-F) and Westfield for the county high school championship, won by SP-F in 10 innings, 1-0. Fans from both towns packed the Elizabeth High School baseball field to see the game.

Devil's Den: Memories of Memorables On This Memorial Day

Government Reform Thought: With the amount of advertising in the Republican Primary Election between gubernatorial candidates Chris Christie and Steve Lonegan, it is a shame that turnout will likely be sparse, as only registered Republicans and some unaffiliated voters will be casting ballots due to the state’s restrictive laws on who can vote in primaries. - See Year-to-date Reform Thoughts.

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