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

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June 2, 2016
(Archives to 1907)
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GOP Voters to Decide Three-Way Battle for 7th Congressional Seat

Scotch Plains/Fanwood

SP-F BOE Updates Plans for Lot Between School One, Park Middle
Lightbridge Academy to Renovate Sun Tavern Spot
Party in the Park Planned; Skatepark Set Back Slightly

GW Planning Board Denies Driveway on 2nd Ave.

County Moving $77.5 Mil. To Long-Term Bonds
Peyton's Peek at the Week in Politics

Shopping Bag Tax Should Be Incinerated With Rest of Trash
Will New Jersey Be a Factor In the Clinton-Sanders Race?

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FORCED OUT AT HOME...Blue Devil J Mack Rembisz gets forced out at home as Woodbridge catcher Anthony Gonzalez prepares to throw to first base. Westfield defeated the Barrons, 10-4 in the section 2 quarterfinals.

Student View - The Case for the Submarine Parent

Honor Roll - Roosevelt Intermediate & Terrill Middle Schools (3rd Marking Period)

First Place - Kailey Zhao Wins Optimist Club Oratorical Contest
Outstanding Leadership - St. Mary Scholarship Dinner to Honor Janet Malko
Heart & Sole - Deerfield Fifth Grade Girls Are On the Run
Arts & Entertainment
Popcorn - The Nice Guys: The Case of the Dueling Detectives
Fun & Amusement - Garwood Will be Rockin’ This Weekend With Annual Festival
Carriage House - Friends of Plainfield Library To Host Garden Tour
Artisans Wanted - Early American Crafters Sought for Harvest Festival
Outstanding - Westfield High School’s Production of The Cherry Orchard Wins Awards

GOP RACE BEGINS...Actor Vince Curatola from "The Sopranos" was the guest of honor at last Wednesday's campaign kick-off for Republican candidates in the Scotch Plains municipal elections. The event was held at the Scotch Hills Country Club in Scotch Plains.

Week in Sports Blue Devil Tennis Boys Stop Montgomery for Group 4 Title; Baseball Blue Devils ‘Walk’ by Woodbridge in Sections; Blue Devil Boy Laxers Top N. Hunt. in Group Semi; Girls Lacrosse Has Featured Some Very Talented Athletes (Devil's Den); Cougars Rattle Tigers’ Cage In North Section 2 Baseball; Panthers Rap Blue Devils For North Group 4 Lax Title; Millburn Ousts Raiders In Baseball Section Quarters; Cougars Cadet, Schork Win At Group 3, Section 2 Track; Pierre, Schaeffer, Weber Shine At NJ Group 4 Section 2 Track

Summary Of Community Posts Recommended Reading
See all 2016-06-03 Westfield - High School freshman Alicia Harris and Edison Intermediate School 7th grader Cooper Harris have been selected as the Pediatric Honored Heroes for the Crohns and Colitis Foundation of Americas Take Steps Walk at Liberty State Pa
See all 2016-06-02 Westfield - Two Day Garage Sale! This Saturday and Sunday there will be a garage sale at 408 Grove Street from 10am till 6pm. All proceeds will go to Soccer Without Borders, (SWB)- Uganda. SWB Uganda works in the Nsambya neighborhood of Ka
See all 2016-06-02 Westfield - The Westfield library is currently showing the art work of Anne Castellano of Cranford nj. The display will run through July 31st and consists of portraits, in pencil, pastel and pen/ink. 1464874774
See all 2016-05-31 Union County - several free recycling events coming up this month. Scrap Metal Recycling continues in June with events on the first Thursday (June 2nd ) and Third Saturday (June 18th) of each month. There are three (3) locations in Union C
See all 2016-05-24 Mountainside - On Friday May 27, 2016, the Mountainside Police Department in conjunction with the Union County Police Department will be conducting a D.W.I. checkpoint. The checkpoint will be located along Route 22 East, between the hours
See all 2016-05-20 Westfield - The NJFO season concludes with two maestros and two masterpieces! Shuang Guo conducts Xians Yellow River Cantata, with its famous Ode to the Yellow River, the undisputed champion of choral work in China. David Wroe conducts Dvo
See all 2016-05-20 Garwood - Police advise: Please be aware many people have received phone calls from someone claiming to work for the IRS. Do not give them any personal information or payment this is a phone scam. There has been an increase in this activit
See all 2016-05-20 Newark - The NJ TRANSIT Police Department (NJTPD) Office of Emergency Management (OEM), together with local partners, will conduct a training exercise on Saturday, May 21 at the Newark Penn Station Light Rail platforms beginning at 8 a.m.
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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