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Voters to Decide on School Tax Levies, BOE Races Next Tuesday
Where To Vote in the Area

SPRING TIME...Blossoms sprout from the trees in a brilliant magenta glow in the park at the intersection of Mountain and Lawrence Avenues in Westfield last Friday.

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Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
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 SP Council Intros $22 Million Budget
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Editorials: Fighting Amongst Ourselves? We’re Fighting the Wrong Battle

SETTING UP THIRD GOAL…Blue Devil Ryan Sharkey, No. 6, slicks around the right side just before firing in his third goal in the game against the Pingry Big Blue.
Sports: No. 6 Blue Devil Netmen Sink No. 8 BridgeH2O-Raritan, 4-1;Blue Devil Breakdown Ends In 10-8 Lax Loss to Pingry; Raider Softballers Win Third, Silence Linden Tigers, 6-1; Roselle Park Panthers Rock Viking Baseball Boys, 11-10:  Photos
Devil's Den: Moran, Gilbert 1-2 in Quiz; Kapner latest in “Club 300”

Ela Shah ”Melting Pot”

Poets: The Youngest
Secrets: Westfield Trader Joe’s
Symphony: Stars of Tomorrow
Popcorn: Slither, Creepy Crawly
Trailside: Walk on Wild Side

The Impact of Education

PLAY BALL…Opening Day for the Scotch Plains-Fanwood Youth Baseball Association faced rain but the ceremonies were not dampened at Booth Field last Saturday. Officials pictured above include Association Commissioner Joseph Sebolao, Fanwood Councilman Joseph Higgins and Scotch Plains Mayor Martin Marks along with other officials and youngsters.

We agree with Asm. Jon Bramnick, R-21 of Westfield: The governor is urged to have U.S. Attorney Chris Christie send Stern’s investigative team to audit other state entities after their work is completed at the UMDNJ hospital. “There is no doubt we need audits, reviews and investigations of many state funded entities,” Mr. Bramnick said. See detail and provide your thoughts.

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