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Neighbors Seek Action Following Arrest of Four Hillcrest Students

EASY DOES IT...Workers carefully remove the spire atop of the Westfield Fire Headquarters last Friday after painters reported 
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dot.jpg (865 bytes) Dr. Foley Discusses CACE Enrollment Recommendations
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Echausse Introduces Capital Budget
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Local Jeweler Wants to Mix Work, Family Life
Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Parents Question Nutrition Policy; Group Pushes for Turf Field
dot.jpg (865 bytes) SP Council Adopts 2006 Budget; Mayor Criticizes NJ Legislators
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Officials to Consider Mini-Golf Course Issues
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Zoning Board Denies Deegan Roofing Relocation
dot.jpg (865 bytes) FW Council Honors Policemen
dot.jpg (865 bytes)  BOE Pres. Defends CSA Against Union Allegations
dot.jpg (865 bytes)  Council Reviews Budget Details
dot.jpg (865 bytes)  Students Play Mayor, Council for a Day

VERY TIGHT DISTANCE RELAY MEDLEY…Blue Devil Jeff Perrella, front, overtakes Cranford’s Joe McKenny, middle, and Union Catholic’s Brian Guterl, left, after his first lap of the distance medley relay. McKenney put on a late kick to win.
Sports: Baseball Cougars Capitalize On Devils’ Mistakes; SP-F Raider Boys Grab First In Union County Relay Meet; Raider Track Girls Defend Union County Relay Crown; Viking Nine Win in Seventh, Rock Raiders, 9-8, in UCT; Cranford Lady Cougars Jolt Blue Devil Softball Girls; No. 15 JFK Mustangs Topple Softball Raiders in 7th; Park Lady Panthers Pounce U.C. Viking Softballers; Blue Devil Golfers Beat SP-F Raiders:  Photos
Devil's Den: APBA vs. Strat-O-Matic? You Were One or the Other


Oprah's Essay Club: WF Teen Kate Douglas’ Elie Wiesel Essay Wins Over Oprah Winfrey
Art: Live Demonstrations Add Dimension to Pottery Guild
Theater: CDC Performs Aida
Nunsense: Nuns Are Habit Forming At WCP’s Musical Comedy
R.V. - Downwardly Mobile
Symphony: Combines Mozart And Mother’s Day in Finale
Gift Show:
WF Resident Celebrates 20th Artists Gallery of Gifts

Future Economists Evaluate World Economy

REDEVELOPMENT BEGINS…Work begins on the first project of Fanwood’s Downtown Redevelopement Plans call for the demolition of two buildings at Second and South Avenues. The buildings were previously occupied by M.I.P. Printing and the Brass Works. Sanguiliano Enterprises is conducting the demolition and recycling the concrete, metal and wood. Ron Marcovecchio, proprietor of the Fanwood Clipper, is developing the property which will feature first-floor retail space and two floors of apartments..

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On the editorial page this week, Mr. Paul Peyton writes: "Regionalized Municipal Departments Could Save Taxpayers’ Dollars," and on the same page, former Westfield Mayor Alexander Williams discusses "Legislators Should Stop Playing With ‘Soft Savings’ on Consolidation Issue." In our view, these discussions form a road map for government consolidation Do's and Dont's. - See detail and provide your thoughts.

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