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November 16, 2006  Download This Edition Due to next week’s Thanksgiving holiday, The Leader and The Times will come out on Wednesday instead of Thursday. All deadlines will move up one day, so please send any submissions by the end of the weekend. Election Coverage

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Council Debates 140-Foot Verizon Tower at Central Ave. Firehouse

VETERANS DAY DEDICATION…Boy Scouts and the Westfield Veterans of Foreign Wars dedicate Westfield’s new World War II Memorial at Memorial Plaza on Veterans Day, last Saturday, November 11. Life Scout Tom Hogaboom, of Boy Scout Troop 73, organized the memorial’s creation for his Eagle Scout Project.

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Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
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Editorial: Fantastic Moment for New Jersey, Rutgers is 9–0 and Dreaming

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CHEWING UP YARDAGE AND SCORING TWO TDs...Blue Devil running back Malcolm Allen, No. 33, racked up 108 yards rushing in less than three quarters and scored two touchdowns against the Panthers.

Sports: Raider Girls Stop Mendham For Sectional Soccer Crown; Blue Devil Gridders Pummel BridgeH2O Panthers; Colonial ‘D’ Defends Domain, Halt Raider Footballers; Blue Devil Boys Place Ninth In Group 4 Cross-Country; Rams Trim Lady Blue Devils In State Volleyball Tourney: Photos

Devil's Den:
WHS Hall of Fame Has A Quality Seventh Class

Clubs & Organizations Database

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Picture Perfect: Westfield Photographer Leads ‘Model’ Existence
Take the Stage: Alliance Repertory Serves Hospitality, Kentucky Style
Home and Garden: Winterize While It’s Still Warm
Popcorn: Borat! Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan - Just About Says it All
Vic's Picks: - Open This Box
Food 4 Thought: Thanksgiving in Westfield
'Take' Two:
Rainbow Experience Presents Cinderella

Cohen’s Borat Reveals 
America’s Character Flaws

Our Children Deserve Better

GOTTA GO TO MO...Rockn’ Joe Coffeehouse and Bistro co-owner Lisa Bertone-Marvin welcomes Yankee closer Mariano Rivera to the Prospect Street location on Monday, November 13. The future Hall-of-Famer signed autographs and met with fans. The event raised $5,500 for The McCarton Foundation, which offers educational financial aid to families affected by autism.

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New Jersey Governor Jon Corzine is studying adding toll plazas on highways that currently don't charge fees. Some of these roads are Federal highways. Can this be legal? We disagree with such a plan. It will create further traffic tie-ups in the nation's most densely populated state, and it will be just another tax on citizens in the nation's most intensely taxed state. - See year-to-date reform thoughts.

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