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January 14, 2016
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WF Planning Bd. Okays 7-Eleven At Corner of Grove and Central 

Westfield
Council Hears Requests for Fairs, WF Baseball Parade
WF Rec. Panel Considers Tamaques Improvements
Board OKs Three-Story Building on South Avenue

Scotch Plains/Fanwood
SP Zoning Bd. Re-Elects Officers, Prepares for More Wawa Hearings
SP Planning Board Chooses New Chair, Seeks Attorney

Cranford
Mallon Selected to Fill Vacant CF Seat

Garwood
GW GOP Councilman’s Salary-Cut Bid Defeated

Mountainside
Council Considers Pool Fee Hike, Mun. Alliance Grant

Region
Peyton's Peek at the Week In Politics

Editorial
Dems’ Redistricting Gambit Should Not See Light Of Day

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Sports

ON THE VERGE OF A BIG WIN...Blue Devil freshman Emmet Smith, top, works for a half nelson on Roselle Park Panther Jon Mejia in his 120-lb bout. Smith defeated Mejia, who recently won his class at the Roselle Park Tournament, 5-2.

Education
Public Meetings - Westfield School Board to Hold Bond Info Sessions

Pilot Program - Cranford Public Schools to Offer Full Day Kindergarten

Parents & Students - St. Michael School to Host Open House Programs
Great Potential - Wardlaw Alumnus Inspires Eighth Graders
Submit Today - Applications Due for DeLeeuw Scholarship
Arts & Entertainment
Intricate Relationships - Complex Characters Shine In The Pavilion At MONDO
Popcorn - The Hateful Eight Guiltily Affable
New Production - Westfield Community Players Present Hot L Balitmore
Fun Activity - Cranford Rec. Offers Scrapbooking Class
Tryouts - Auditions Date Set for Youth, Adult Choirs
Community

SECOND CHAIR...Sergio Granados, center, is sworn in as vice-chairman of the Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders by Asm. Jerry Green (D-22nd, Plainfield) at the board’s reorganization meeting on January 3rd.

Week in Sports Cardinal Bball Boys Slip Past Blue Devils in Third Quarter; Blue Devils Show Individual Spunk in Mat Loss to Panthers; Williams Shines as SP-F Girls Roll Over A.L. Johnson; Good Teams, Good Players But the Drought Continues (Devil's Den); Cougar Basketball Boys Cruise Past Koinonia Cagers; Hunterdon Central Girls Halt Blue Devil Basketballers

Summary Of Community Posts Recommended Reading
See all 2016-01-20 Summit - Punk Rock or Power Suits? Fashion in the 1980s. March 3 from 7-9 pm.Nancy Deihl, Director of M.A. Program in Costume Studies at New York University, presents fashion in the 1980s highlighting an international roster of designers,
See all 2016-01-18 Scotch Plains - The Scotch Plains Police Department is scheduled for an on-site assessment as part of a program to accreditation by verifying it meets professional standards. Administered by the New Jersey Law Enforcement Accreditation Com
See all 2016-01-18 Cranford - The Garden Club of Cranford Celebrates 89th Year. As the New Year begins, The Garden Club of Cranford celebrates its 89th year. The Club holds membership in the National Garden Clubs; Garden Club of New Jersey; the Nature Conser
See all 2016-01-15 Summit - Artistry of the Theatre: The Bandstand. On March 10 come take a peek behind the curtain of Paper Mill Playhouses productions with Mark Hoebee, Artistic Director. 7pm, $10. Visual Arts Center of New Jersey, 68 Elm Street, Summit. C
See all 2016-01-15 Westfield - Calling all actors! Storybook Studios is holding auditions for our first two productions. The first production will be a live-action musical film based on the classic fairy tale Rumpelstiltskin. The second will be a live-action
See all 2016-01-13 Mountainside -- Recycling pick up delayed due to mechanical problems with truck. Pick ups are being made this evening and tomorrow morning. Leave your recycling at the curb. Sent by Allan Attanasio to Mountainside, Mountainside Live, Mount
See all 2016-01-13 Westfield - To honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the Westfield High School announces that Dr. Michael Fowlin will be presenting to the student body on Thursday, January 21st and performing for the entire Westfield c
See all 2016-01-11 Newark - The New Jersey State Council on the Arts will convene its next public business meeting on Tuesday, February 23, 2016 at 1:00 pm at the Newark Museum in Newark. The public is invited. In a meeting organized around the theme of the
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PO Box 250, 251 North Ave. West, Westfield, NJ 07091
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