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Scotch Plains/Fanwood

Planning Board OKs Subdivision Of Former Y Prop. on Grand St.
Fanwood Hopes for Larger Turnout at Holiday Event

Neighboring Residents Concerned With Birchwood Flooding, Buffer
Retirements Announced By Cranford Twp. Committee
AP Scholars, Spring Athletes Are Recognized by BOE

Interest Arbitration Among Issues Looming Before Legislature
Remember Those In Need During the Holiday Season


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BEGINNING OF A GREAT PLAY...Blue Devil senior defensive back Stevie Barden, No. 1, gets an interception that he would return for a 55-yard touchdown during the Annual Thanksgiving Day game against Plainfield. Westfield won 37-7.

Top Scores - Westfield High School Students Achieve Highest Score Possible on SAT and ACT

Cultural Night - World Language Honor Soc. Induction Held at SPFHS

Newly Endowed - Cranford FMBA Establishes Scholarship at UC College
Start Studying - Mother Seton HS Scholarship Exam Set
Arts & Entertainment
Popcorn - Justice League - Oh Superman, Where Art Thou?
Lessons and Carols - Christmas Music Program Planned At St. Michael in Cranford

'Tis the Season - 23 Winter Concerts Planned In Westfield Public Schools

Returning Visit - Children’s Author to Appear at Town Book


HAPPY HOLIDAYS...Homeowners in Scotch Plains are already busy readying their houses for the Christmas season.

Week in Sports Blue Devil Footballers Feast on Cardinals on ‘Turkey Day’; ‘Running Man’ Tooley Takes Job at St. Joe’s; Cougar Soccer Boys Captured UC Mountain Division Crown; Raider Gridders Proved They Had Plenty of Offensive Clout; Blue Devils’ Stingy ‘D’ Leads To 17-1-3 Boys Soccer Season; Raider Field Hockey Revival Exceeded Their Expectations; SPF Girls Seek UCT Repeat, Raider Swim Boys Rebuilding

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Summary Of Community Posts Recommended Reading
See all 2017-12-06 Cranford - This is an anonymous heads up - The Cranford Planning Board had the redevelopment study presentation for North Avenue East scheduled for this evening but was postponed because some PB members questioned the manner in which it wa
See all 2017-12-06 Elizabeth - Wreaths Across America Ceremony at First Presbyterian Burial Grounds in Elizabeth; The First Presbyterian Church Burial Grounds at 42 Broad Street in Elizabeth will participate in the national Wreaths Across America ceremony on
See all 2017-12-06 Westfield - Boys varsity ice hockey plays Jackson Liberty tonight at 8:45pm at newly renovated Warinanco Ice Center. Come out to cheer the BLUE DEVILS! 1512579447
See all 2017-12-06 Cranford - Hartz Mountain has requested an adjournment of its planning board application hearing for Wednesday, 12/6, to rezone 750 Walnut Ave. in Cranford, and the matter is to be adjourned to the Boards Feb. 21 meeting, James Rhatican, a
See all 2017-12-06 On December 7 to 11 in the United States, an event of unity, resistance, and healing will take place in 12 cities across the country, bringing together people of all walks of life to share their personal stories about sexual harassment, ra
See all 2017-12-06 Westfield - The Y, Wallace Pool Notice: There will be intermittent loud construction noise in the Wallace Pool due to jackhammer activity outside 8:00AM-4:00PM on Thursday (12/7), Friday (12/8), Monday (12/11) and Tuesday (12/12). The pool
See all 2017-12-05 Cranford If you are interested in working in the healthcare field, go to Union County Colleges Plainfield Campus on Dec. 13, 2017. A Healthcare Job Fair will be held from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. in the Logos Building. This employment opportunit
See all 2017-12-05 Westfield - Detecting risky behavior in teenagers can be more difficult than parents think. DEA Agent McMahon will describe substance abuse trends, signs and symptoms to provide resources for parents and community members. The event will b
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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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