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September 10, 2015
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Tarantino Resigns Garwood Council, Dems Pick Kearney as Candidate

 
Westfield

WF Plaudits S&P Triple ‘A’ Rating for Town
 

Cranford
GOP Bilger Selected to Fill Unexpired Term in Cranford
 

Regional
Union County Freeholders Discuss Police Force Updates
Towns to Hold 9/11 Memorial Services
 

Editorial
We Must Keep the Events of 9/11 Relevant to Younger Generations
Municipal Races Kick Off ‘Silly Season’ in Local Area
 

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Sports

BASHING AGAINST A HUGE LINE...The Raider running back attempts to bash through the huge HUN School line during a quad scrimmage with Cranford, Carteret, HUN and the Raiders at Cranford on August 28.

Education
Scholars - Cranford College Women's Club Awards Scholarships

Public Invited - Westfield Special Education Community to Meet

Newly Hired - Teachers Join WF's Tradition of Excellence
A Good Cause - SPF Marching Band To Play Fundraiser
Merit - WF's Fitzpatrick Receives St. Peter's Prep Spirit Award
Arts & Entertainment
Popcorn - We Are Your Friends:  Thursday Night Fever

Rhapsody - New Jersey Festival Orchestra Announces Dynamic New 2015-2016 Season

Seasonal Kickoff - Scotch Plains Fanwood Arts Association to Meet Sept. 13
Works Exhibited - Plein Air Artists Return To Cranford for Paint Out
Benefit - Love Hope Strength Presents Rahway Rocks!
Community

WIPEOUT RIDE...The St. Bart's Festival during the Labor Day Weekend is a Scotch Plains favorite. Complete with entertainment, food, games and rides, there is something for every taste.

Week in Sports The Eighteenth Annual “You Don’t Have to Be a Hero” All-Corbin Team; A Look at the History Of WHS Football; Westfield Blue Devil Girls Edge J.P. Stevens Volleyball Ladies; Lady Blue Devils View Return To Winning Tennis Tradition; Raider Footballers’ Focus Is Understand ‘Team’ Concept; Cougar Footballers Focusing On Doing Little Things Right; Raider Tennis Girls Seeking Balanced Effort for Victories; Blue Devils X-C Boys Ready To ‘Cut Teeth’ in Sept. Invt’ls; Blue Devils Are Anticipating More Field Hockey Victories; SPF V-Ball Girls Look To ‘Step Up a Notch’

Summary Of Community Posts Recommended Reading
See all 2015-09-16 Summit - The deadline to register to vote in the November 3, 2015 general election is Tuesday, October 13. Residents can register to vote at the Summit City Clerks Office, located on the second floor of City Hall, at 512 Springfield Avenue
See all 2015-09-16 Westfield - The Westfield High School Girls Volleyball Teams will be holding its Seventh Annual Pink Out Fundraising Volleyball match for breast cancer on Friday, October 2, 2015. This year we will be playing against our neighbor and rival
See all 2015-09-15 Union County The Freeholders announce a $3.2 milliom renovation and expansion of Watchung Stable, the countys public riding facility. The project includes a new indoor riding ring to enable year-round use of the stable, bringing in additio
See all 2015-09-15 Scotch Plains-Fanwood - Introducing just some of the notables born, or having lived in Scotch Plains or Fanwood, local historian, Marie Leppert, will be the presenter at the Historical Society of Scotch Plains and Fanwood on Tuesday evenin
See all 2015-09-15 Westfield - Registration for fall/winter Westfield Youth Ice Hockey, including Middle School team, is OPEN! Please visit www.westfieldhockeyclub.com for more information. 1442322392
See all 2015-09-15 Westfield - Presbyterian Church in Westfield (PCW) is holding its annual Picnic and Information Session (Rally Day) on the front lawn at 140 Mountain Ave. this Sunday September 20th at 11:00 am. All are welcome to attend! There will be liv
See all 2015-09-15 Cranford - On October 17, 9 am to 4pm Rain or Shine; Cranford Town Wide Garage Sale to benefit Project Home of Cranford. Multiple locations, something for everyone. Listing of addresses of participating sellers and goods will be available
See all 2015-09-13 Westfield - Boy Scout Troop 77 has begun the annual Boy Scouts of America Popcorn "Show and Sell" Sale this past weekend in Westfield. This is their largest fundraiser of the year and popcorn helps Scouts earn money for their troop activit
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The Westfield Leader and The Scotch Plains-Fanwood Times
PO Box 250, 251 North Ave. West, Westfield, NJ 07091
Tel 908 232-4407; fax 908 232-0473
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