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

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February 4, 2016
(Archives to 1907)
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Victorian House Gets Okay For Renovation By Board

Recreation Commission Discusses Field Use
Development Dir. Tops List of Goals for School Yr.

Scotch Plains/Fanwood
FW Designates Developer For Second Street Project
Owners of Historic Homes To Get Designation Notices
SPF BOE Hears Tentative Special Education Budget
Board Allows Turret to Stay on FW Crossing III

MS Council Looks At Snow, Animal Control

GW Planning Board Gives Okay for Mixed-Use Building

Re-Opening Trader Joe’s Has Several Moving Parts
Elections Should Not Be Held In The Dead Of Winter
Happy Groundhog Day! Phil Didn’t See His Shadow
Iowa Changed Some Things, But Not For Us in N.J.

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ARM BAR AND WRIST...Blue Devil Jarek Gozdieski, top, works an arm bar/wrist maneuver on Cougar Josh DeChillo in his 160-lb bout on Alumni Night in Cranford on January 29. Gozdieski pinned DeChillo with a cradle in 3:39.

Accepting Applications - SP-F Preschool Registration Begins February 16

Newly Renovated - Ribbon Cutting Held at New Deerfield Media Center

Students Named - Fall 2015 Dean's List at University of Delaware
Fun Filled Event - Senior Citizen’s Day Set at Scotch Plains-Fanwood HS
Arts & Entertainment
Rock 'N' Roll All Nite - Washington School Players Keep the Beat Alive
Popcorn - The Boy: Best Seen by Mistake
Open to the Public - Fanwood Poetry Series to Feature Barrale, Kleinman and Stein
On Display - Endy’s Photographs on Exhibit at Pearl St. Gallery

IN CAPE TOWN...Taylor Scott of Scotch Plains reads The Scotch Plains-Fanwood Times while studying abroad in Cape Town, South Africa. She is a sophomore at the The College of New Jersey. 

Week in Sports Blue Devil Cagers Dismantle Paterson Kennedy Boys; Cougars Top Westfield On Wrestling ‘Alumni Night’; Boys Swimmers Have Stood the Test of Time; Lady Blue Devils’ Comeback Falls Short to Pioneers in O.T.; Cougars Defeat Oratory Prep In Boys Basketball; Raiders Jump Early to Defeat Rahway Indian Matmen; Lady Raider Cagers Topple Gov. Liv. Highlanders

Summary Of Community Posts Recommended Reading
See all 2016-02-10 Garwood - Center St to be closed from Willow to South on Thursday 2-11-16 from 7am-5pm for Water Co construction. Plan alternate route. Officers on site to assist with school crossings. 1455137517
See all 2016-02-05 Westfield - Trader Joe's on Elm Street will be demolished beginning around 8 a.m. Friday, Westfield police said. A portion of the street, in the 100 block, will be shut down during the demolition. The roof of the business partly collapsed
See all 2016-02-03 Westfield - WHS FUNDRAISER CONCERT Please join us on Saturday, February 27, 2016 at 7 p.m. for a fundraiser concert performed by members of the Westfield High School Orchestras. The concert will be held at The First United Methodist Church
See all 2016-02-02 Scotch Plains - Councilman Llewellyn Jones will be holding office hours at the Scotch Plains Municipal building this Saturday, February 6, from 10 a.m. until noon in the council chambers on the first floor. The building can be accessed via
See all 2016-02-02 Cranford - Clay Courts Club (CCCC), now entering its 25th silver anniversary year, has announced the availability of 2016 membership applications, as well as the schedule for the 2016 Tennis Academy program for both youth and adults. The C
See all 2016-01-28 Westfield - Chamber of Commerce at The Bank of America building where our offices are located is now with power. The Chamber staff will resume normal functions beginning tomorrow. The Chamber would like to thank Jim Gilda and PSEG for thei
See all 2016-01-27 Westfield - Chamber of Commerce message - As many of you may have heard, Trade Joe's in the adjacent building received significant damage from this past weekend's storm. This unfortunate circumstance has left our building without power. Th
See all 2016-01-27 Cranford - The Town is requesting that resident commuters be dropped off or carpool to the Train Station until snow can be removed from all municipal parking lots. In addition, commuters that cannot find a parking spot in the 12 hour permi
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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