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County Residents Displeased At FAA Rerouting Air Traffic

RAISING KEAN…Union County Republican Committee Chairman Phil Morin, left, introduces State Senator and U.S. Senate candidate, Tom Kean, Jr. of Westfield, right, as Rep. Mike Ferguson (R-7, New Providence), third from left, and Bill McClintock of Scotch Plains look on at Saturday’s GOP convention at Westfield High School.

dot.jpg (865 bytes) Disciplinary Hearing for Officer Kasko
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Council To Settle Newpointe Lawsuit
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Teenage Runaways Return Home
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dot.jpg (865 bytes) Cutting Industrial Arts Position.
Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Goddard School, Town Bank Hearing April 26
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dot.jpg (865 bytes) BOE Proposes Zero Tax Increase

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Editorial: Enrollment, Redistricting, Numbers Confuse the Public on BOE Issues

DEMS PICK CANDIDATES…County Democratic Chairwoman Charlotte DeFilippo, second from left, has announced that the Democratic organization has selected, from left to right: U.S. Senator Robert Menendez for Senate, Freeholder Alexander Mirabella for county freeholder (pictured with Sen. Ray Lesniak), Assemblywoman Linda Stender for Congress, and Freeholders Chester Holmes and Patricia Scanlon for county freeholder.

LOOKING TO PLAY SMALL BALL…The Raiders may be slapping singles, stealing bases and bunting to muster up the runs.
Sports: New Raider Baseballers Look To Execute ‘Small Ball’ Game; Blue Devil Net Boys Prepare To Reach for a Higher Level; Blue Devil Wrestlers Turned Program Around in 1 Year; Raider Girls, Boys Finished Memorable Swim Seasons:  Photos
Devil's Den: Freedom of Speech: The Newest ‘Extreme’ Sport

42nd Street Sets Toes A Tappin in SPF-HS'

Food’s A Beautiful Thing

Le Monde: Reflections on Torino Olympic
Plays: Edison Play: 'Once Upon A Mattress'; GL: 'Anything Goes'
Art: Dunn Gallery, Oil Painters

A Glimpse of a Middle School Mathematics Class

LISTENING CAREFULLY…Westfield Police Officer Greg Kasko, left, and his attorney, Julien Neals, listen intently at the start of Monday’s disciplinary hearing.

RUNNING…County Republicans selected, from left to right, businesswoman Diane Barabas of Westfield, Mountainside Councilman Glenn Mortimer and Patricia Quattrocchia of Garwood to run for county freeholder.

The New Jersey Constitution requires that the state government have a balanced budget to protect the citizens. The state supreme court has acknowledged that this constitutional provision has been violated by the state. Now, in the face of a fiscal crisis, the governor is increasing spending by 10 percent and borrowing $8 billion, not to be paid back for 35 years. If not the courts and not the constitution, now what? See detail and provide your thoughts.

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