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Brindle Meets With Lombardo to Discuss Gumbert Park Ice Rink

Westfield
Westfield High School Sophomore Dies
Delay In Renovations to Stadium Keeps Graduation Ceremony at Kehler


Scotch Plains/Fanwood
Jones Resigns From Council After Nearly Five Years
Mitchell Rips Trump Over Immigration Policy
New Facility For First Responders To Be Priority, Mayor Says
Board of Education Honors Athletes, Rising Star Nominee
Fanwood Council Honors Residents, College Club
Fanwood Recreation Commission Readies for Party In Park


Mountainside
Residents Press for Answers On Police Misconduct Suit
Fees Told for Attorneys, Santiago In Borough Suit


Editorial
Our Class of 2018 Possesses Much Potential For Success
Towns Need to Work Together Regarding High-Density Housing
 
 

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GUNNED DOWN AT SECOND BASE...Cranford shortstop Shea Grady prepares to put the tag on Westfield White’s Gavin Andretta in the second inning of the Cal Ripken 12U District 12 Tournament opener at Gumbert 1 Field on June 16.

Education
Excellence - Belz and Ceccio Named Outstanding WF Intermediate School Teachers

Noble Cause - WHS Dream Team Raises Money For Chris Herren Assembly

Congratulations - Bonnet Graduates Oak Knoll
Making the Grade - Natko Named to Muhlenberg Honor Roll
Hats Off - Kent Place Graduates Westfield Residents
Arts & Entertainment
Getting Their Start - CDC Young Artists Program Shines Spotlight on Youth

Tryout - Submissions Open for Premiere Stages 2019/2020 Liberty Live Commission

Summer Sounds - Westfield Community Concert Band To Play Mindowaskin on June 28

Catchy - Little Band That Could Performs At Fanwood Library Monday
Top Program - Music Edu. Program in Westfield Schools Receives Ntl. Recognition
Community

SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDED...The Scotch Plains Business and Professional Association (SPBPA) handed out scholarship money to graduating high-school seniors on Monday evening. Pictured, from left to right, are: Karl Wirth, who is attending Vanderbilt University; Mayor Alexander Smith, Niva Patel, who is attending the University of Pennsylvania, and SPBPA's Steve Goldberg, Lisa Mohn and Jeff Stein.

Week in Sports Millburn 12Us Blank Raiders In Ripken Dist. 12 Opener; Cranford Rattles WF White In Ripken 12U Opener; Westfield Blue Downs SPF in Ripken District 12 Baseball; Raider Nine Had Memorable Games, Speed, Finished 16-11; St. Francis Raps St. George In St. Bart’s Oldtimers Softball; Blue Devils Swept UCT, Won Section Crown in Boys Tennis; Devil's Den: Bright 2018-19 Season Looms on the Horizon; Riverside 50s ‘Advance’ Past Advanced Financial

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Summary Of Community Posts Recommended Reading
See all 2018-06-22 Echo Lake Park - Due to the weather forecast, tonights concert originally located at Echo Lake Park is now MOVED INDOORS to the Main Stage of the Union County Performing Arts Center, at 1601 Irving Street in Rahway. Come an enjoy an evenin
See all 2018-06-22 Trenton - nj.com; DEMs, Both sides want to add over a billion dollars of taxes on the most heavily taxed state in the nation. And both sides want to jack-up state spending without addressing urgent priorities we are already having trouble
See all 2018-06-22 TRENTON With nine days left to finalize a state budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1, Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick and Assembly Conference Leader Anthony M. Bucco said they will not support a budget that raises taxes. Neg
See all 2018-06-22 (TRENTON) Assembly Speaker Craig Coughlin (D-Middlesex) released the following statement on the $36.5 billion budget sent by the Legislature to Gov. Murphy on Thursday: This budget represents months of hard work, dedication and a commitmen
See all 2018-06-20 Senate Republican Leader Tom Kean has introduced a resolution urging the Legislature to reject $100 million of retroactive back payments that Governor Phil Murphy is attempting to give to public employee union members. Governor Murphys pla
See all 2018-06-20 Trenton - NJBIA Opposes Legislation Proposing Increase in Corporate Business Tax Increasing the corporate tax to 13 percent would make New Jersey's the highest rate in the nation, and push more businesses to Pennsylvania and New York, NJBI
See all 2018-06-19 Mountainside, pending litigation - This Notice is being sent, for notification purposes, as per the Open Public Meetings Act Requirements, N.J.S.A. 10:4-8 and N.J.S.A. 10:4-18. An executive session meeting of the Governing Body has been sc
See all 2018-06-18 Cranford - On Wednesday, JULY 4, 2018, a fireworks display will be the highlight of Cranfords Annual Fourth of July Celebration. The day-long community festival will offer something for everyone, including canoe races, a one-mile fun run a
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