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Newspaper Edition
September 1, 2016
(Archives to 1907)
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Snowstorm Parking Rules To Get Westfield Council Review


Bd. Approves Leave for Renwick, Okays Nelson as Acting Principal
WF Adult School Returns With New Affiliation

Scotch Plains/Fanwood
Glover Questioned Over Pay Raise for Manager
SP-F Schools Prep. for Full Day Kindergarten
St. Bartís Fest, School Marks Summerís End

Commentary About The Garwood Casale Development
Casale-Petro Question Down To Crunch Time

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EXPECTING TO HAVE AN A++ SEASON...The Raider soccer boys (light blue) had an active scrimmage with Morristown in Scotch Plains last week. The Raiders are anticipating an A++ season. The Raiders will host Plainfield in their season opener on Thursday, September 8, at 4 p.m. then will host Westfield on Saturday, September 10, at 3 p.m. See story on page 9.

Just Graduated - Students Earn Degrees from The University of Vermont

See You In September - SP-FW Offers Back to School Information

Grant - Westfield Student Awarded Hickory Tree Scholarship
Commencement - Kutztown University Announces Degrees
Well Done - Area Schools Announce Local Students to Dean's Lists
Arts & Entertainment
Take the Stage - Fall in Love With the New Season of Area Theatre Offerings
Popcorn - Sausage Party: Food Orgy
Classic Production - Russian Grand Ballet Brings Swan Lake to Union Co. PAC
Not Kidding Around - Curtain Call Theatre Classes at CDC Theatre
Professional Instruction - Scene Study Classes Enrolling at Dreamcatcher

DRUG DOSE...Greater Westfield Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Gene Jannotti, right, presents a $400 grant to Garwood Police Chief Bruce Underhill to purchase Narcan, a drug that can be injected or administered via nasal spray, for the department to use in emergencies to counter the effects of opioids like heroin and prevent death from a drug overdose.

Week in Sports Cougar Footballers Look to Maintain ĎWinning Traditioní; Raiders Are Expecting an A++ Performance in Boys Soccer; St. John Paul II Eliminates St. Francis, 10-2, in Playoffs; Delpopolo Joins the List Of Westfield Olympians; St. Max Nips Wolfgang, 15-14, To Play for St. Bartís Crown; Blue Devil Soccer Boys Stress Defense with Jr. Sr. Strength; Raiders Have Big Shoes To Fill in Girls Volleyball

Summary Of Community Posts Recommended Reading
See all 2016-09-07 Union County The Union County 4-H Youth Development Program is looking for a volunteer to lead the 4-H Lego Robotics Club for this upcoming club season. The volunteer should have experience building and programming Lego NXT Robots. They wi
See all 2016-09-07 New Providence - Intergenerational Orchestra begins the new season with two Open House rehearsals. Players of all ages and abilities are welcome to sit in and play on September 15 and 22 for one or all of NJIOs ensembles. Prelude (beginner
See all 2016-09-07 Scotch Plains - Amateur Computer Group of NJ. meets Fri Sept 16, 8:00-10:00 PM with Presentation on Business Back to Basics by Roxanne Levinston, and Paul Hatrak. Roxanne Levinston owns a company called It's Business, LLC and it's a busine
See all 2016-09-02 Garwood - Union County will be spraying for mosquitoes tonight, 9/1/2016 between the hours of 7PM & 12AM (weather permitting) @Hickory, Myrtle, 4th 1472811929
See all 2016-09-01 Westfield - Experience the First Baptist Church: Special Service and Open House, September 11th Founded in December 1866, the congregation is celebrating 150 years of ministry! As part of our yearlong Jubilee celebration, the public is
See all 2016-09-01 Fanwood - Mayor Colleen Mahr will be at Maras Cafe in downtown Fanwood on Saturday, September 24 between 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. for Coffee with the Mayor. The event will give Fanwood residents an opportunity to engage in casual discussion about
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
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The Westfield Leader and The Scotch Plains-Fanwood Times
PO Box 250, 251 North Ave. West, Westfield, NJ 07091
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