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Westfield High School Grads Are Last of The Millennials

Westfield (Municipal Election Poll and Debate Schedule)
DWC Discusses Summer Events Schedule

Scotch Plains/Fanwood
SPFHS Graduates 368 At Tyson Field Commencement

Cranford
Hartz Mountain Requests Meetings; New Engineer Hired
Garbage Area Approved For Riverside Condos
Cranford BOE Opposes Hartz Mtn. Construction

Garwood
South Ave. Development to Net $1.8 Mil. for Garwood

Region
Freeholders OK Agreements For Field At Oak Ridge Park
Fourth of July Events, Fireworks Schedules Told
Cty. Freeholders OK Agreements For Field at Oak Ridge Park

Editorial
The Declaration of Independence of the Thirteen Colonies
You, We the Citizens
School Aid Being Rammed?
Reflecting True Significance
 

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Sports

AVOIDING BEING PICKED OFF...Summit’s Brett Colon, No. 9, dives back to first to avoid being tagged out by Cranford Gold first baseman Nick Pomponio in the third inning of the Cal Ripken District 12 Championship in Westfield on Jul 28.

Education
Honor Roll - Westfield High School (3rd Marking Period)

Recognition - WHS Students Win Awards On National Latin Exam

College-Bound - Rotary Presents $98,500 To Scholars
On Their Way - College Club of F-SP Tells 2017 Scholarship Recipients
High Grade - Dombrowski of Cranford Inducted Into Hon. Societies
Arts & Entertainment
Popcorn - Cars 3: It Thinks it Can, It Thinks it Can
Compelling - Premiere Stages to Present NJ Premiere of Skeleton Crew
Public Is Invited - Applefest Set for September
Just About Summer - A Music and Dance Event Hosted by the Westfield Historical Society
Community

CAMERA...Fanwood TV 35’s Kelly Magnus lets children speak on camera at Tuesday night’s Party in the Park. Four bounce houses covered the LaGrande Avenue field, as well as laser tag huts.

Week in Sports Millburn Topples SPF Raiders In Cal Ripken Playoffs; Cranford Gold Tops Summit For Ripken Dist. 12 Title; Cranford Blue ‘Squeezes’ 4-3 Victory Over Westfield Blue; St. Sebastian Routs St. Moses In St. Bart’s Softball; Cranford 12U Gold Fends Off Millburn’s Rally in Semis

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See all 2017-07-05 New Jersey - Motorists whose licenses, learner's permits, registrations or inspections expired on Friday, before the state was thrown into a three-day government shutdown, will get a two-day reprieve. 1499264843
See all 2017-07-05 Region - The American Red Cross is issuing an emergency call for blood and platelet donors after about 61,000 fewer donations were given during the last two months, causing a significant draw down of the Red Cross blood supply. Donations a
See all 2017-07-04 Trenton - The three-day state government shutdown has ended; it drew outrage for shuttering government offices, courts parks and beaches, while earning Governor unwanted attention for lounging on the very shoreline he ordered closed. "Oper
See all 2017-07-04 Trenton - Senator Nicholas Scutari said today he will introduce legislation that will keep state parks and beaches open for seven days in the event of a government closure. Casinos in New Jersey currently remain open for seven days after a
See all 2017-07-03 Trenton - NJ.com; "It's beyond words. If I were governor, I sure wouldn't be sitting on the beach if taxpayers didn't have access to state beaches," Guadagno said in a statement issued by her campaign. "We need to end the shutdown now. It'
See all 2017-07-03 State Parks - It's good to be King. People hoping to visit Island Beach State Park this holiday weekend were not allowed in because of the state government shutdown Gov. Chris Christie ordered amid the state budget standoff in Trenton. But
See all 2017-07-03 Trenton - NJ Government stays closed. Gov. Chris Christie is calling New Jersey lawmakers back to Trenton on Monday as state officials failed to broker a deal to end the state government shutdown Sunday. 1499078834
See all 2017-07-02 Trenton - AP; New Jerseyans were feeling the impact as a state government shutdown took effect Saturday, shuttering parks and other public sites and disrupting ferry service to Liberty and Ellis islands. Among those affected were a group o
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