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Wrath Over Corzine Taxes Hits Editorial Pages

FOR A DREAM…Candace Wicke, Westfield resident and Conductor in Residence at Carnegie Hall, conducts Fauré’s Requiem on March 13, with the New England Symphonic Ensemble. Above, Ms. Wicke receives a rousing ovation. Also pictured are soloists Esther Hardenbergh, soprano, and Jose Andrade, baritone.

dot.jpg (865 bytes) BOE OKs $79.5MM Budget for voter decision
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Finance Chair Echausse Tells Tale of Two Budgets
Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
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 BOE OKs $71.4MM Budget for voter decision
dot.jpg (865 bytes) SP Spring Clean-Up Set For June
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Office Building on Park, West Broad St. Major Subdivision OK'd
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$6.2MM Budget
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Editorial Cartoon

Editorial: It’s April Fools Day Saturday And the Joke’s on the Taxpayers

BIG RAIDERS SHOT PUT…Sophomore Mike Alleman grimaces as he begins to heave the shot put in practice. Alleman has several tosses over 50 feet so far in 2006.
Sports: Devil Baseballers Look To Score in Bunches; SP-F Trackmen Reach High With Talented Workhorses; Lady Raiders Aim to Defend UC Relay, UCT, WCT Titles;  Photos
Devil's Den: It’s Spring, And An Old Man’s Fancy Turns to (WHS) Baseball.

Robert Cannon- Swell

Juried Show: Culls Arts
Popcorn: V For Vendetta, For Vicarious, Too
Westfielders At Carnegie Hall
WYACT, NJPAC Join Forces For Ragtime
Funksters: The Bus
Marvelous: Mostly Music

Science Instruction, Technology Perfect Together

UPSIDE-DOWN...Westfield Firefighter David Mazza practices Tuesday flipping upside-down while repelling from the four-story roof of Carleton Towers on Carleton Road in Westfield. County training specialists and Westfield platoon members observe and participate in the exercises.

News Bulletins

Newark Mayor Sharpe James sees handwriting on the wall and withdraws from mayoral re-election bid but presumably intends to stay on as State Senator; State Senator Ray Lesniak of Elizabeth proposes to sell NJ Turnpike to raise money; State Senator Tom Kean, Jr. of Westfield and candidate for the U.S. Senate comes out strong against Governor Corzine's tax proposals and increased spending; It seems like the war is on in Trenton. Let's hope the citizens win. See detail and provide your thoughts.

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