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This week's edition is February 23, 2017
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Cranford Students Noted for Achievements; Turf Field Delayed

Board OK’s Summit Avenue Addition, Pool on Kimball

Scotch Plains/Fanwood
Board of Education Proposes to Spend $21 Million on Special Education Services
Ordinance Enacted to Prohibit Health Benefits for Elected Officials
Council Discusses Deer Problem at Nature Center

Senior Van Received by Borough; Pool Fees Told

Garwood School Board Discusses Testing of Lincoln School Water

Peyton's Peek at the Week in Politics

History Comes Alive For Us Right In Our Own Backyards
Is There Another Purpose for Chamber Trip Than Lobbying?

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PUTTING ON A SHOW...Blue Devil freshman CJ Composto, top, sets up a double arm bar during his 106-lb title bout with Connor Robinson (North Hunterdon) and pins him with it at the District 15 Tournament in Westfield on February 18.

Honor Roll - Roosevelt Intermediate School (2nd Marking Period)

Amiamo L'Italia - SPF High School Students Study Abroad in Italy

International Experience - Scotch Plains-FW Grad. Studies Business Abroad
Hats Off - Local Students Named to Regional Dean's Lists
Great Job - Newcome Graduates From Albright College
Arts & Entertainment
Popcorn - 2017 Oscar Picks
Red White & Que - Real Southern BBQ in Union County
New Production - Scotch Plains-Fanwood HS Rep. Theatre Presents Bye Bye Birdie
Upcoming Performance - Musical Group to Play Fanwood Library
Foodies Welcome - Historical Gastronomist to Present at Fanwood Library

NEWEST FIRE ENGINE...The Fanwood Fire Department unveiled its new Engine 7, a 2017 KME pumper, which replaces the old Engine 7, a 1983 Mack.

Week in Sports Lady Blue Devils Overwhelm Kent Place in UCT Hoops; Blue Devils Place Strong 2nd At Dist. 15 Mat Tournament; Rahway Cagers ‘Weave’ Past Blue Devil Boys in UCT; Cougars’ Late Basket Downs GL in Boys Basketball; Raiders Rally Past Cardinals In UCT Boys Basketball; Versatile Collins Ranks With WHS’s Best Ever

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Summary Of Community Posts Recommended Reading
See all 2017-03-01 Plainfield Crescent Concerts presents its annual Festival of Organists on Sunday, March 19 at 3 pm. Four top organists play the 97 rank Adams organ in the historic Crescent Avenue Presbyterian Church, located at 716 Watchung Ave in Plainfi
See all 2017-02-16 Elizabeth - The Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders today announced a set of open public hearing dates in February and March for the review of the soon-to-be released 2017 Executive Budget. The hearings all begin at 5 p.m: Tuesday, Fe
See all 2017-02-09 Westfield - With the arrival of our first significant snowstorm of the season, we wanted to remind you about the township's ordinance that prohibits parking on the street when there is an accumulation of three inches or more of snow. This
See all 2017-02-08 Garwood - With the upcoming snow storm please make arrangements to have vehicles off roadways once snowfall reaches 3 inches or more. No parking will be enforced on all borough streets for snow removal. 1486586312
See all 2017-02-08 Mountainside - A state of emergency is hereby declared to exist within the municipal limits of the borough whenever there shall be a snowfall of three inches or more; and such emergency shall be presumed to continue for a period of 24 hour
See all 2017-02-01 DC - U.S. Rep. Leonard Lance: "Neil Gorsuch is a thoughtful and qualified choice to replace the great Justice Antonin Scalia. Judge Gorsuch is mainstream conservative who I am confident will be confirmed by the U.S. Senate to the Nation's
See all 2017-01-31 Trenton - Sen. Tom Kean (Westfield) praised Senator Allen in response to todays announcement by Senator Diane Allen (R-Burlington) that she will not seek re-election to the New Jersey Senate. 1485891279
See all 2017-01-30 Linden - New Jersey Blood Services is hosting an Emergency Shortage Blood Drive on Monday, February 6th between 12:30pm - 6:30pm at the Linden Public Library at 31 East Henry Street, Linden. To make an appointment, please call 1-800-933-25
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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