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January 22, 2015
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Headlines 

Westfield
Parents Object to PARCC Test, Common Core Curriculum

Scotch Plains-Fanwood
Council OKs Mirabella Contract With $145K Salary

Garwood
Testimony Continues On GW Townhome Proposal
GW Parents Renew Bid To Increase Grade 2 Classes

Regional
Child Seat Inspections To Be Done at GW Squad
Peyton's Peek at the Week in Politics

Editorial

What’s the Dark Side of Low Gasoline Prices?
NJ Property Tax Mathematics Are Wrong With Redevelopment

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Sports

TAKING TOP HONORS IN THE 200-FREE...Blue Devil Aedan Collins won the 200-freestyle in 1:46.12 in the meet against Bergen Catholic at Wallace Pool on January 16. The Blue Devils won an 87-83 squeaker.

Education
Virtural Lab - Chromebook Pilot Program Begins for MS 6th Graders

Apply Now - Honorable Ann Conti Scholarship Fund Accepting Applications

Future Leaders - SPF Middle Schoolers to Have Leadership Training
Open Doors - Holy Trinity School Offers Tours of WF, MS Campuses
Informational - Mother Seton Announces Open House Event
Arts & Entertainment
Fan Favorite - NJSO Nominated in Annual People’s Choice Awards

Hollywood Tale - Speed The Plow Coming to Cranford’s’ CDC Theatre in February

Unique Evening - NJYT presents The Music Man in Concert At Presbyterian Church
Group Effort - Westfield, Scotch Plains, MS Children Reimagine Shrek
Accepting Entries - WCW Announces Youth Poetry, Short Story Contest
Community

OH SAY CAN YOU SEE...Youngsters hold their hands over their hearts at the opening ceremonies for the sixth annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service at the Fanwood-Scotch Plains YMCA on Monday. 

Week in Sports Cougars Win UCT Mat Title, Crown 4 Champs, Raiders 2; Blue Devil Swim Boys Edge Bergen Catholic Boys; Naval Academy’s Greenspan Caught In the MLS Draft; Lady Blue Devils Storm Past Union Farmer Cagers; Farmers Control ‘O’ Boards, Ice Lady Cougar Cagers; Roselle Catholic Lions Singe Raider Lady Hoopsters; Blue Devil Swim Girls Lose To Immaculate Heart ... Photos

Summary Of Community Posts
See all 2015-01-27 County - The County of Union will be opening its offices on a delay today at 10 a.m. as the travel ban has been lifted. 1422368171
See all 2015-01-27 Westfield - 8:30 am; roads are open in most of New Jersey though people are wisely staying home today as road crews clear up the snow. Road crews did a great job working throughout the night. Government advises everyone to stay off the roa
See all 2015-01-27 Westfield - NJ was lucky and dodged most of the blizzard, travel ban has been lifted in much of the state, newspaper office is closed Tuesday. 1422362475
See all 2015-01-26 Snow Emergency - the Governor has declared a State of Emergency and has closed state office for today and for tomorrow as well, except for essential employees. NJ Transit will be shut down beginning at 10 p.m. and for tomorrow as well.
See all 2015-01-26 State Of Emergency - Gov. Chris Christie has declared a state of emergency in anticipation of a blizzard forecasters say could blanket parts of the state in about two feet of snow by Wednesday. I encourage all New Jerseyans to use every ca
See all 2015-01-26 Snow Storm - NJ District 21 information: To Report Power Outages Call: FirstEnergy 1-888-LIGHTSS (1-888-544-4877); PSE&G: 1 800-436-PSEG (1-800-436-7734); For urgent and immediate health and safety issues: Dial 911; Downed wires should imm
See all 2015-01-26 Snow Emergency - Westfield POLICE EMERGENCY has been declared. Parking will be prohibited on the following streets, or the identified portions thereof, from 3PM Monday until 6AM Wednesday: - Central Ave (entire length); - Clark St (between
See all 2015-01-26 Snow Safety - This week's snowstorm could lead to long power outages with some individuals using portable generators for electricity. New Jersey Department of Health Commissioner Mary E. O'Dowd reminds everyone to observe all safety proced
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