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OUR 129th YEAR â ISSUE NO. 14-2019 ONE DOLLAR (908) 232-4407 Thursday, April 4, 2019 USPS 680020 Periodical â Postage Paid at Rahway, N.J. Published Every Thursday Since September 3, 1890 Ad Populos, Non Aditus, Pervenimus P P P P PA A A A AGE INDEX GE INDEX GE INDEX GE INDEX GE INDEX Regional ........ 2-3, 16 Editorial ........ 4-5 Police ............ 16 Community ... 6-7,14,16 Education ...... 15 Sports ............ 9-14 Real Estate .... 9-18 Classifieds..... 14 A&E .............. 17-18 David B. Corbin for The Westfield Leader KEHLER CONSTRUCTION NEARS...Construction work at Kehler Stadium to replace the turf field, track, blacktop, bleachers and to ... 06/12/19, 26706869 bytes
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Page 10 Thursday, September 27, 2018 The Westfield Leader and The Scotch Plains â Fanwood TIMES A WATCHUNG COMMUNICATIONS, INC. PUBLICATION PORTER RUNS FOR 2 TD, PASSES FOR 1; OSLISLO 1 TD Immaculata Spartans Storm Past Raiders in Football, 40-30 By ALEX LOWE Specially Written for The Westfield Leader and The Times Sophomore running back Jordan Kinsler rushed for 274 yards and scored five touchdowns as the Immaculata Spartans shredded the Scotch Plains-Fanwood defense on their way to a 40-30 victory on September 22 in Scotch Plains. The win improved the Spartan record to 3-0, while the 0-3 Raiders continue to look for their first victory of the season. As has been the case with many Raider ... 06/12/19, 237410 bytes
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... without incident. Calero was charged with possession of less than 50 grams of suspected marijuanaanddistributionofacontrolled dangerous substance (CDS)/marijuana, and also was issued traffic summonses. She was released on a summons with a future court date. Tuesday, September 18, Victor Ojibe, 30, of Newark was arrested by the Essex County Sheriffâs Department on an outstanding Westfield Municipal Court criminal warrant. Ojibe was then turned over to the custody of Westfield police officers and transported to Westfield police headquarters without incident. He was released from police headquarters after posting $986 bail. Wednesday, September 19, a motor vehicle was reported stolen from the ... 06/12/19, 122554 bytes
... Brokerage fully supports the principles of the Fair Housing Act and the Equal Opportunity Act. Owned by a subsidiary of NRT LLC. Coldwell Banker® and the Coldwell Banker logo are registered service marks owned by Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC. Real estate agents afï¬liated with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage are independent contractor sales associates and are not employees of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage. 9/18 Cathy Splinter Sales Associate Company Associate of the Month C. 908.398.7200 Fred T. Rossi for The Westfield Leader BANDCOMPETITION...TheCranfordHighSchoolMarchingBandwasamong 15 high school marching bands taking part in Saturday's 20th Annual Marching Band Festival ... 06/12/19, 14791974 bytes
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Page 14 Thursday, September 20, 2018 The Westfield Leader and The Scotch Plains â Fanwood TIMES A WATCHUNG COMMUNICATIONS, INC. PUBLICATION Blue Devil Gridders Top Watchung Hills, 27-13 CONTINUED FROM PAGE 11 Inthemiddleofanotherfork-fullof delicious pasta smothered in creamy asiago cheese sauce a couple of Saturday nights ago, the Devilâs Den receivedatextmessagefromMilford, Conn. Seems the 1972 state champion basketball team was having a summer get-together at co-captain Tom Pfeifferâs house and the subject of discussion had gotten around to that seasonâs state champion football team. âMarkJacksonwantstoknowhow many touchdowns the 1971 defense allowed that season,â Steve Reddy ... 06/12/19, 216074 bytes
... -13, 20 Classifieds..... 17 A&E .............. 19-20 Christina M. Hinke for The Westfield Leader PREPARATIONS...Sidewalks are being prepared on South Chestnut Street and picnic tables were removed at Gumbert Park as part of the preparation for the temporary ice rink in Westfield. Paul Lachenauer for The Westfield Leader SUPPORTING WHS BAND...A Tag Sale to support the Westfield High School Band was held Saturday on Prospect Street. Paul Lachenauer for The Westfield Leader 5K FOR EVERYONE...Paraplegic bikers competed in Sundayâs Westfield Y 5K for Everyone. CONTINUED ON PAGE 10 Area Residents Oppose Union County Deer Bow Hunt CONTINUED ON PAGE 10 Traffic Impact Testimony Heard for Hartzâs 905 ... 06/12/19, 16797615 bytes
OUR 128th YEAR â ISSUE NO. 37-2018 ONE DOLLAR (908) 232-4407 Thursday, September 13, 2018 USPS 680020 Periodical â Postage Paid at Rahway, N.J. Published Every Thursday Since September 3, 1890 Ad Populos, Non Aditus, Pervenimus P P P P PA A A A AGE INDEX GE INDEX GE INDEX GE INDEX GE INDEX Regional ........ 2-3 Editorial ........ 4-5 Police ............ 15 Community ... 6-7, 17 Obituary ........ 6 Education ...... 16-17 Sports ............ 9-14 Real Estate .... 9-13 Classifieds..... 15 A&E .............. 17-18 WESTFIELD WEST Westï¬eld West Ofï¬ce ⢠600 North Avenue West, Westï¬eld, NJ 07090 ⢠908-233-0065 ⢠ © 2018 Coldwell ... 06/12/19, 13738605 bytes
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... Police Department working at the Evergreen School; Officer Thomas Larmore, a retired officer from the Linden Police Department, working at the McGinn Elementary School; Officer Eugene Goldston, who retired from the Plainfield Police Department, working at the Coles Elementary School; Officer Robert Merten, who retired from the Union County Sheriffâs Office, who will work at School One Elementary; Officer Dino Caminiti, retired from the Plainfield Police Department, who will work at Brunner Elementary School; Officer Henry Obicdeinski, retired from the Kenilworth Police Department, who will work at the Park Middle School; Officer Arthur Bruschetti, Jr., recently retired from theScotchPlainsPoliceDepartment ... 06/12/19, 491025 bytes
... corridor heading towards Garwood. Aresolutionwaspassedthatmakes anagreementwithHarvestRestaurant Group to provide beer and wine on Saturday, October 27, from 5 to 11 p.m., for the AddamsFest event that night.ElmandQuimbyStreetswillbe closed off to traffic for the event that willfeatureCharlieâsAleGarden.The town is to receive 30 percent of the sales. A wristband to access the ale gardenwillbesoldfor$10inadvance and$15attheeventandbeerandwine will be sold separately. The town also ispartneringwithLyft.Lyftwillsponsor the event, Mr. Gildea told The WestfieldLeader,andwillprovidefree or discounted rides to those at the event. Additionally, Lyft will have pickup areas in the downtown. The new ... 06/12/19, 16192549 bytes
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... , director of the Department of Engineering, Public Works and Facilities Management, said the signs were donated by Westfield and that the county is just signing off as the intersections are in the countyâs jurisdiction. Theboardwentintoexecutivesession to discuss settlements in two cases. One, referred to as Kevin Buckley versus Union County Sheriffâs Office, involves a dispute between K-9 officers and the county onwhetherâtimespentbyK-9officers off the clock on the care and maintenanceoftheircaninepartners By FRED T. ROSSI Specially Written for The Scotch Plains-Fanwood Times SCOTCH PLAINS â The zoning board of adjustment last week gave itsunanimousapprovaltoanapplicationtore-subdividealotthatcontains ... 06/12/19, 219501 bytes

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