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Stop & Shop Hearing Continues On Plans to Expand Elm Street Store




Westfield
WF Recreation Commission Discusses Improvements to Venues

Scotch Plains/Fanwood
SP Council Names Former Vernon Manager As New Township Manager
SP BOE Honors PTA Presidents, Hears Service Learning Presentation
FW Planning Board OKs Cingular Tower Extension

Mountainside
Wass Resigns, Replaced On Council By Dierkes

Region
Improvement Authority to ‘Test’ Options For Runnells
RVSA Settlement Pending In Passaic River Litigation

Editorial
An Unarmed Officer at WHS?
 

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GETTING THE PUTOUT AT HOME...Westfield Blue’s catcher Victor Coustan makes the tag on Berkeley Heights’ Peyton Hopech in the first inning at Gumbert 1 Field in Westfield on June 27. Westfield pulled out a 5-4 victory.

Arts & Entertainment
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Small As It Is: Portugal Packs Quite a Punch For Visitors
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Tres Beau: Local Artists Earn Awards at Senior Citizen Art Show
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Popcorn: “Man of Steel” Appropriately Super
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Free Concert: American Rapture to Perform at Echo Lake Park on July 17
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Movie Night: Family Fun and Flix to Show ‘Hotel Transylvania’
dot.jpg (865 bytes) 101st Season: Westfield Community Band Premiers ‘Casey at the Bat’
 
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PARTY IN THE PARK...Fanwood Borough Council Democratic Candidates Tom Kranz and Kathy Mitchell, pictured, third and fourth from left, greet members of the Fanwood Rescue Squad who were on standby at the Party In The Park held June 25 in LaGrande Park. Pictured, far right, is Fanwood Mayor Colleen Mahr.

The Week In Sports: dot.jpg (865 bytes) Photos dot.jpg (865 bytes) Millers Oust WF White In Ripken District 12 Semis; WF Blue Staggers SPF Blue In Ripken District Semi; Westfield Baseball 11s Scoot By Berkeley Heights 11s; St. George Adds 3 in Seventh, Clouts St. Joseph Boys...more

See all 2013-07-08 Westfield - Woody Handza, a resident of Westfield, received a Masters in Human Resource Management in May 2013 from the School of Management and Labor Relations of Rutgers University. He holds a bachelor of arts degree in history from R
See all 2013-07-08 Westfield - Re the Westfield 5k, UBS Financial Services of Westfield invites those attending this event on July 24th to bring non-perishable food items, in particular macaroni & cheese, canned fruit, canned chili, beans, hash and meals in
See all 2013-07-06 Fanwood - Heat Alert, the Fanwood Police Department has designated the Chelsea Senior Living residence, 295 South Avenue, as a Cooling Station. If you need transportation, please call the Police at 908-322-5000. Bring any medications a
See all 2013-07-05 Union County On Tuesday, July 9, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PANYNJ) is set to begin improvement work on Outerbridge Crossing, which will involve closing the bridge in both directions during the overnight period on weekd
See all 2013-06-27 NEW JERSEY - A Tornado Watch has been issued for New Jersey until 10 p.m. tonight. STRONG/SEVERE STORM DEVELOPMENT IS NOW UNDERWAY ALONG AND TO THE EAST OF THE NORTH CENTRAL APPALACHIANS. ACTIVITY IS EXPECTED TO CONTINUE TO INCREASE AND IN
See all 2013-06-25 Springfield - Seeking host families for 8 remaining French Exchange students for a Springfield based program. We have placed 20 students and their teachers but have 8 more students who are still without homes for the July 7-29th program.See all 2013-06-25 Westfield - WHS Graduation, Due to threats of thunderstorms predicted for this afternoon and evening, the Westfield High School graduation ceremony will be inside the Armory tonight. The ceremony begins at 6 pm and tickets are needed as sp
See all 2013-06-20 Trenton per NJ.com, The special October election to fill the seat of the late U.S. Sen. Frank Lautenberg can go on as scheduled after the state Supreme Court today said it wont hear the case. In a one-page notice, Chief Justice Stuart
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