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January 29, 2015
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Region Weathers Storm With ‘Blizzard’ Less Than Predicted
Headlines 

Westfield
Wisniewski to Raritan Coalition: 25-Cent Gas Tax Hike Needed
WF Reschedules Police Promotions to February 10

Scotch Plains-Fanwood
Teacher Awards Presented By SP-F BOE
NJ American Water To Begin Work in FW

Mountainside
MS Council Names Appointees

Cranford
CF Hires Employee, Appoints Board Members

Regional
Peyton's Peek at the Week in Politics

Editorial

Ground Hog Day Scandals ChuckGate, Punxsutawney Prattle
New Jersey Was Lucky and Dodged Most of the Blizzard

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Sports

COMING AROUND FOR THE TAKEDOWN...Cougar Vince Concina puts Panther Mike Figueredo in a bad way in the first period of his 132-lb bout. Concina defeated Figueredo, 9-5, and Cranford beat Roselle Park, 36-21.

Education
Submit Today - Westfield Rotary Calls for Scholarship Applications

Winning Applicants - Woman’s Club of Westfield Awards Gray Scholarships

Apply Now - Deadline Set for Westfield Preschool Applications
Service Minded - Students Kick Off 2015 with Donate to Educate Campaign
Well Done - Schools Announce Local Students to Dean's List
Arts & Entertainment
Forging Ahead - ‘Kicking and Swearing’ Part of a Dream Realized

Smash Hit - tick, tick...Boom! to Open This Weekend At Rahway’s Hamilton Stage

Celebrated Play - Speed The Plow to Begin at CDC
New Tales - Retired Westfield Teacher Publishes Poetry Book
Great Cultural Exports - Tango Buenos Aires to Perform at Kean's Enlow Hall
Community

KEEPING WARM...While vacationing on the island of Antigua Briella, Jake and Kapriana Payami of Scotch Plains started looking forward to a "sunny" 2015 while reading their Scotch Plains-Fanwood Times.

Week in Sports St. Mary’s Cagers Hold On, Edge Blue Devil Boys; Blue Devils’ ‘Thievery’ Clips Lady Raider Cagers; You Can’t Judge a Book By Looking at the Cover; SPF Raider Grapplers Take Down Brearley Bears; Cougars Top Panther Matmen In ‘Alumni Night’ Mat Rivalry; G.L. Highlander Boys Rout Cougars in Basketball; Blue Devil Boys Jump Early, Defeat Raider Cagers ... Photos

Summary Of Community Posts
See all 2015-02-02 Summit- Registration is now open for Summer Art Camp for all ages. Sign up today for Kids Art Camp ages 5-12, Teen Art Camp ages 13-15, and the Adult Sip & Sample. Summer Art Camp begins on July 8 and continues through August. Cant wait fo
See all 2015-02-02 Plainfield - Crescent Concerts Showcase for Exceptional Young Artists is on Sunday, February 8th at 3 pm at Crescent Ave Presbyterian Church, located at 716 Watchung Ave. There are five outstanding performers this year hailing from Basking
See all 2015-01-31 Westfield - The Garden Club of Westfield will hold the February 10, 2015 meeting at St. Helens church, 1600 Rahway Ave. and Lamberts Mill Rd. The program is Birds at the Feeder. Hollace Hoffman will acquaint us with various birds that we m
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
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