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Judge Gives Hillcrest Academy Year to Relocate

WESTFIELD GOES HOLLYWOOD...Terrence Howard, left, and Queen Latifah, center, sitting, prepare to shoot a scene for Perfect Christmas in the alley behind Brummers Chocolate as crew members set up, right. Producers plan to release the movie, which will feature four different locations in downtown Westfield, in time for the holiday movie season.
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dot.jpg (865 bytes) Council Raises Cafés, Limos, Filming Fees
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Traffic Change Proposed at McKinley
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Movie Scenes Filmed in Downtown
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Dixon Killed In Car Accident
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Lamp Fire Damages Home
Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) School Field Renovations Begin
dot.jpg (865 bytes) School One Field to Close for Season
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Frazee House Project Report
dot.jpg (865 bytes) FW Adopts $7.7-Mil. Budget, Up 4.7%
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Park Expansion, Field Upgrades OK'd
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Stormwater Drains Discussed
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Development Concerns Residents
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Carjacking at Bally’s Under Investigation
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Mayors Discuss State Property Tax Deliberations
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LOOKING FOR THE SAFE CALL…St. Mark’s Joe DeRosa looks for the safe call as he slides into third base in the first inning. St. Luke third baseman Bruce Evans catches the ball.

Sports: Deegan Rallies in 9th to Burn Investors in A Division; Luke Gets ‘The Force’ in 6th,Skips Past St. Mark Men; Russell Road Bombs Midway In FOMSA Semifinals; Raider Gridders Responding To Rigorous Weight-training; St. Nick Batters St. Aloysius Before Gaining a Forfeit; Montrose Stops Watson, Advances to FOMSA Finals; Highland Swimmers Capture UCOS League Championship: Photos

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A Band Named Goo: Interview with the Goo Goo Dolls
Paws, Claws, Scales, and Tales: FW Library Group Performs for Kids 
Club 43: Author Profiles Local Women 
Rock the Pantry: Benefit Concert a Success
Peace, Love, and Music: Woodstock Cover Band Plays Echo Lake
Nerd Rock: Cover Band Set to Rock Echo Lake

GASTRONOMIE et FRATERNITÉ…Les Marmitons of New Jersey meet in Cranford last Saturday at the home of Bob and Sharon Rial for their annual barbecue. The organization is an international gastronomic and social club of gentlemen who share a common interest in fine food, wine and the culinary arts.

GIVING TRASH SECOND CHANCE...Westfield resident Doug Dubois keeps the baleing machine working at the Fanwood Recycling Center.

Governor Corzine has proposed to allow towns to charge a municipal sales tax on top of the existing state sales tax.  Instead of this proposal, would it make more sense to allow towns to collect half of the existing 7-percent sales tax? - See detail and provide your thoughts.

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