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Lobbyist Arraigned Today on Stalking Charges

PIPING HOT…Union County Police and Fire Pipes and Drums march down Morris Avenue, leading the 10th annual Union County St. Patrick’s Day Parade on March 11 in Union.

dot.jpg (865 bytes) BOE Budgets $79.5 MM; Tackles Redistricting
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Resident Fears Central, Myrtle ‘Throughway’
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Planning Bd. OKs Added Floor, Central Ave.
Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
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dot.jpg (865 bytes) BOE OKs $67.5 Mil. Budget
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dot.jpg (865 bytes) SP Council Addresses Canterbury Vandalism
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Mayor Frustrated Over Budget Process
BOE Budgets $14MM
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Council OKs Second Avenue Repairs

FIRST STATE CHAMPIONSHIP…Cranford’s Pat Hogan, right, fights off a single-leg takedown attempt in the quarterfinals and later goes on to win the 171-lb state championship.
Sports: Union County Claims 2; Region 3, Five NJSIAA State Wrestling Champions; Blue Devil Boys Finished Well In Rugged Basketball Area; Blue Devils Accomplished Most Goals in Girls Hoops; St. Helen’s Sixth Boys Defeat St. Ann’s, 28-26, in Basketball: Photos
Devil's Den: It’s Not Difficult To Know Who the Ol’-Time Fans Are.

Kristin Havyar’s
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: LOC La Bohème
Plays: ‘Buzz’: WHS’s Superstar Rock Opera
Art: MS Library Showcase
Hilltop Players: Anything Goes
Oratorio Singers: Mass in War
Unusual Parade: Irish Village

Teaching And Learning In A Digital World

COUNTY LEITRIM, IRELAND...The tiny northwestern County Leitrim village of Keshcarrigan claimed the country’s first and only “invisible” Saint Patrick’s Day parade in 1999. It is now an annual event. See story on page 21 of this edition.

dot.jpg (865 bytes) College Student Killed As Truck Hits Tree.
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The government pension system in New Jersey is being seriously abused at the expense of the taxpayer. Officials and appointees double dip along with police chiefs, superintendents and others padding their last year of salary to artificially boost their retirement pay. We call for the legislature to bring an immediate end to this. We’d like to hear your thoughts for government reform.
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