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

Newspaper Edition
August 25, 2016
(Archives to 1907)
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Serving the community since 1890
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This Is Westfield
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Mr. Nelson Named Acting WHS Principal in Renwickís Place

Scotch Plains/Fanwood

Forest Road Skate Park Is Open In Fanwood

GW Affordable Housing May Double Orig. Estimates

County Okays $59 Mil. Bond, Hikes Debt to $580 Million
RVSA Approves Co-Generation Deal

Good Luck to Students, Grads As They Reach New Milestones
Itís Groundhog Day at the County, Again, With Checks Handed Out

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BANGED OUT AT FIRST...The umpire bangs out Steve Polak of St. Francis after St. Maximilian first baseman Steve Burton gets the throw from short in the third inning at Brookside Park in Scotch Plains on August 19. St. Max won 5-1.

Grand Opening - UCC Hosts Ribbon Cutting For New Student Devel. Bldg.

Job Well Done - Local Students Achieve Dean's List at Regional Schools

Outstanding - Vicci of Cranford Takes Top Honors at The Citadel
Open to All - Creative Writing Comp. Offers Scholarships
Hats Off - Area Universities Announce 2016 Graduates
Arts & Entertainment
1st Place - Premiere Stages to Present 2016 Play Festival Winner Las Cruces
Popcorn - Indignation - A Fine Sadness
Coming to America - Singing Group Lyra to Perform in Scotch Plains
Farewell - Arts Guild NJ in Rahway To Close After 17 Years
4th Annual - Chatham Fine Arts and Crafts Show Announced

YOUTHFUL SUPPORT...Hand-drawn signs made by kids in support of the local police adorn the exterior of the Scotch Plains municipal building.

Week in Sports Wolfgang Nips John Paul, 5-4, In St. Bartís Menís Softball; Deegan Roofers Lick Linwood For UC 50+ A Division Crown; St. Max Quiets St. Francis, 5-1 In St. Bartís 1st Round Playoff; St. George Stops St. Joe, 12-2 In Final Regular-Season Duel; Wolfgang Out-Slugs St. Matt In First Round Playoffs, 19-15

Summary Of Community Posts Recommended Reading
See all 2016-08-31 Country - Corroborating what Judicial Watch uncovered years ago, a U.S. military intelligence report discloses that Muslim terrorists are being smuggled into the country through Mexico. The government calls them Special Interest Aliens (SI
See all 2016-08-31 Summit - The public is invited to the Street Smart Summit press conference on Tuesday 9/6 at City Hall in Summit on 512 Springfield Avenue. The event will take place (weather permitting) on City Hall property at the intersection of Morris
See all 2016-08-31 Westfield - Jewish Family Service of Central NJ, a non-sectarian health and social service agency, will be hosting an Alzheimers/Dementia Caregiver Support Group on Friday, September 16, 2016, at the Presbyterian Church in Westfield, 140 M
See all 2016-08-30 Mountainside - The Mountainside PTA Fall Festival will be held on Saturday, October, 15th - 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. (Rain or Shine at Deerfield School, 302 Central Avenue.). The Mountainside PTA is looking for vendors. Interested, please call Er
See all 2016-08-30 Cranford - The Cranford Senior Healthy Bones Class held on Mondays is looking for new participants. Healthy Bones is a low-impact exercise program. If you are a Cranford Senior resident and is interested in participating, Please call/stop
See all 2016-08-29 Cranford - Recreation and Parks Department announce that a Senior Rummikub club will be held at the Cranford Community Center for all Cranford Seniors. It is a great way to connect with friends together with making new ones. Senior Rummiku
See all 2016-08-29 Union County - Parks Department is sponsoring a meeting with interested mountain bikers regarding recommendations from the Watchung Reservation Trails Master Plan that would create a separate trail for bikers. The meeting will be held Thur
See all 2016-08-25 Cranford - World Trade Center Committee and the Cranford Clergy Council will be hosting a 9/11 Memorial Service on Sunday, September 11 at 7:00 PM in Cranford's WTC Park at Springfield and No. Union Avenues in Cranford. This event will hon
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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