Election 05

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Municipal Races Go Down to the Wire, In Westfield Ward 4:
One Vote Does Count; Bigosinski 1,469 to Leuthold 1,468

11TH HOUR OF THE 11TH DAY OF THE 11TH MONTH...Westfield war veterans march down North Avenue before Veterans’ Day ceremonies at the North Avenue and East Broad Street plaza. At 11 a.m. on November 11, wreathes were laid and taps sounded. Vietnam War veteran and American Legion Post No. 3 Commander Pete Hogaboom led the ceremonies, which featured Second Ward Councilwoman Jo Ann Neylan and a presentation by Mr. Hogaboom’s son Thomas .

Complete Voting Results
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dot.jpg (865 bytes) DWC and WACC Reach Accord on W
dot.jpg (865 bytes) PSE&G Substation to be Upgraded
dot.jpg (865 bytes) HSBC Bank Approved for One Elm St.
dot.jpg (865 bytes) BOE: Roosevelt Enrollment Discussed
dot.jpg (865 bytes) 250th Signal Battalion returns home
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Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Wheeler Leads D’Antuono By 7
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Dean Oil Site Contamination Speculative
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Council: Heather Glen Tax Plan ‘Win-Win’
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Ed. Foundation Undergoes Revitalization
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Lincoln School Constr. Behind Schedule
dot.jpg (865 bytes) HEART Grants OK'd; Archive Funds Sought
Editorial: Congratulations to Winners: Now Let’s See Non-Partisanship Action

CHAMPS…The Scotch Plains-Fanwood soccer team shutout Voorhees, 3-0, to earn its third consecutive sectional title on November 11. They continue in playoffs.
Sports: Westfield Earns Win Over Columbia Footballers; Raiders Rout Cougars, 40-18 in football; Viking V’ballers Down Angels, Top Lacordaire for State Title: Photos
Devil's Den: If Watchung Closes, Which Conference Would Fit WHS?

Cheerios Box
Mitchell Fennik

Palate: Pumpkins, Festive Fruit
Jarhead, Semper Fair

Symphony: WSO Concert Series
Take The Stage:
 Boys Shine In Westfield Show
Performing: Classical guitarist Phillip Lester

SEEING RED...Photographer Brooks Crandall of Scotch Plains captures life at Rutgers football as the Scarlet Knights square off against the Midshipmen of Navy.

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A Rousing Welcome Home!

Soldiers of the 250th Signal Battalion deployed in Iraq out of the Westfield Armory returned home Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. The Westfield Police and Fire Department escorted them and the streets were lined with flag waving well-wishers - giving the returning soldiers a proper escort. Thank you 250th. 

On Monday, November 7, Company B left Fort Dix on a commercial bus at approximately 4 pm and arrived at the Westfield Armory at about 5 pm. They got off the Parkway in Clark at exit 135, traveled up Central Ave, turned on Grove Street in Westfield and went up Rahway Avenue to the Armory. The final contingent returned Wednesday evening, also to a rousing welcome by the town. See photos

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