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Westfield Teen, Service Dog Removed From School Bus

Westfield
Planning Bd. OKs Fairfield Cir. Subdivision, Tear Down, 5-4
Six Arrested After Refusing To Leave Lance’s Office
Plans in Approval Process For Addams Tavern

Scotch Plains/Fanwood
Scotch Plains Council Set To Rename Zoo Property
Developments Underway; Borough To Seek Proposals for Study
After Busy 2017, Zoning Board Faces Light Agenda

Mountainside
Borough Awaits Grants; Hiring Animal Control Off.

Cranford
NJ-7th Dem Congressional Cands. Participate In Forum

Garwood
Board Hears Final Report On 298-Unit Development

Region
Freeholders to Vote Tonight On Courthouse Stairwell

Editorial
Will Federal SALT Cap Cause Local Tax Hike, Spending Cuts?
New Law Advances Ability Of Veterans to Access Services
 

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Sports

GOING AIRBORNE...Blue Devil Russ Weber was lifted into the air several times by Cougar Justin Alpaugh-McLean in his 182-lb bout but Weber bounced back every time to claim a 5-4 victory.

Education
Nice Job - Muhlenberg College Tells Dean's List for Fall 2017

Well Done - JMU Announces Fall 2017 Dean's List

Making the Grade - Roger Williams University Tells Fall 2017 Dean's List
Big Achievement - Dean's List Students Named for UA Fall 2017 Term
Huge Honor - Dean's List Announced at Alvernia University
Arts & Entertainment
Popcorn - Hostiles: Requiem for the Horse Opera

A Man and His Prostate - Starring Ed Asner at UCPAC

Dance, Tap & Jazz - Muhlenberg College Prod. Features Local Dancers
Festivities at Trailside - Mad Science, Maple Sugaring and More
New Production - SP-FHS Rep. Theatre Presents Once Upon a Mattress
Community

BLOOD PRESSURE CHECK...Fanwood Rescue Squad EMT Lisa Walker takes the blood pressure of a visitor at last Friday’s Go Red Women’s Health Fair at The Chelsea at Fanwood.

Week in Sports Blue Devil Wrestlers Prevail Over Wounded Cougars; Lady Crusaders Steal Raiders’ Comeback in Basketball; Blue Devils Rap Perth Amboy In Sectional Wrestling; Devil's Den: Jay Cook Named Coach Of New Boys V-ball Team; Patrick School Girls Roll Past Blue Devils in B-Bball; Raider Boys Nail 3’s to Topple GL Highlander Cagers; Cranford Cougar Girls Claw Rahway in Basketball

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Summary Of Community Posts Recommended Reading
See all 2018-02-14 Summit - 12th annual Earth Day Clean-Up is on Saturday, April 21 from 9 AM to 12PM. Members of the community, individuals and groups, are encouraged to participate and help beautify Summits parks and open spaces. The clean-Up is sponsored
See all 2018-02-14 Scotch Plains - Patrol units reponded to the Scotchwood Diner located at 1934 Rt. 22 East on a report of a Carjacking. Upon arrival they met the victim, 43 year old male who stated he was approached in the parking lot by two white males wh
See all 2018-02-13 Clark - Mother Seton Regional HS One Valley Rd., Clark, NJ Saturday Enrichment Program March 3, 10, 24 Girls: Grades 5-8 For information call 732-382-1952 or contact admissions@motherseton.org The Future is Hers 1518535904
See all 2018-02-07 Area - The Toys-R-Us stores slated to close in 2018 are: Bridgewater Burlington Cherry Hill East Hanover Elizabeth (Kid's World) Flanders North Brunswick Paramus Philipsburg Union Wayne 1518021772
See all 2018-02-07 Summit has approved a resolution establishing the Summit Hometown Heroes program to recognize and honor local veterans. Through the program, the names, images and dates of service of participants will appear on banners displayed along city
See all 2018-02-07 Mountainside - and Berkeley Heights schools will be closed today, police department bulletin. 1518009964
See all 2018-02-07 Mountainside - & Berkeley Heights, From the Police bulletin, District schools will have a two hour delayed opening today. 1518006899
See all 2018-02-06 NJTV - Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick advocating for no surprise billing at an Assembly Financial Institutions Committee hearing Monday; https://youtu.be/9dJB5R5qkY4 1517947841
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PO Box 250, 251 North Ave. West, Westfield, NJ 07091
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