Since 1890. New Jersey legal newspapers for communities of Union County, Westfield, Mountainside, Scotch Plains, Fanwood, Cranford and Garwood

Newspaper Edition
September 17, 2015
(Archives to 1907)
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Westfield Planning Board Approves Grandview, Harrow Subdivisions

Recreation Commission Considers Strategic Plan for Town Fields

Scotch Plains/Fanwood
Amended Abandoned Property Ordinance OK’d By FW Council
Council to Further Discuss Historic Preservation Designations
Verizon to Revise Plans; Wawa Hearing on October 1
Downtown Vacancies Are Discussed at CF Meeting
Barbara Bilger Sworn in, CF Paving Program Told

GW BOE Receives Update on Renovations

Freeholders Approve Upgrade For Stables
Police Body Cameras Provide Accountability to Cops, Civilians
In Response to Officer Murders, Let Us Show Police Lives Matter

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LEAPING OVER THE PILE...Blue Devil tailback Jack Curry leaps through the hole created by Brett Spass, No. 75, and the offensive line in the game against Montgomery on September 11. Westfield came up big with the win.

Excellence - Colgate University Announces Dean's Award Locals

Distinguished Students - Local Residents Achieve Northeastern Dean's List

Welcome Class - Wardlaw-Hartridge Begins New School Year
Helping Out - FW Resident Volunteers To Teach in Urban Area
Public Is Welcome - Westfield BOE Meeting Set for Sept. 29
Arts & Entertainment
Seneca Village - The Story Behind What is Now Central Park

Popcorn - A Walk in the Woods: Seeing the Forest for the Trees

Rehearsals Underway - The Comedy Born Yesterday to Open CDC Theatre’s 97th Season
Soundtrack Music - Silent Movie Night at Westfield Methodist Church
Ready for Another Year - Crescent Concerts Announces 2015-16 Season

WORDS OF COMFORT...Scotch Plains Mayor Kevin Glover recalls the events of September 11, 2001, at the town’s memorial on Friday to the victims of the terrorist attacks.

Week in Sports Cardinals Find Opening, Top SPF Raider Footballers; Blue Devils Open With a Win, Eye No. 600 Saturday vs. SPF; Soccer Blue Devils Shut Down Cranford Cougar Boys; WHS’s Football History II: Duncan and Freeman Eras; St. Max Burns St. Joe For St. Bart’s Softball Crown; Blue Devil Gymnasts Expect Some Very Good Competition; Lady Cougars Battle Heat, Beat Bernards in Soccer; Raiders Overcome Injuries, Bulldogs in Gymnastics Win

Summary Of Community Posts Recommended Reading
See all 2015-09-23 Summit - The alleyways between Springfield and DeForest Avenues and Woodland and Summit Avenues will be closed for construction from 11PM on Sunday 9/27 through 7AM on Tuesday 9/29. The closure will permit crews to remove and reinstall con
See all 2015-09-18 Garwood - Oct. 22 at 7:30 Borough residents will have a chance to hear the candidates for Borough Council during an October appearance at the Pointe, the condominium complex between Maple and Chestnut Streets. They will also have an opport
See all 2015-09-17 Summit - The City of Summit is actively seeking volunteers from the community to fill vacancies on several of its committees and commissions. Each November, the Mayor and Common Council begin the annual process of reviewing volunteer appli
See all 2015-09-16 Fanwood - residents: Between the hours of 8 p.m. last night and 9 a.m. this morning, three vehicles were entered, and one was stolen out of the residents driveway, in the northwest quadrant of Fanwood. All three vehicles were left unlocked
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
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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