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BOE Hears Roosevelt Renovation Plans, Discusses Bond Referendum

REMEMBERING…A few hundred townspeople gathered with candlelight at the September 11, 2001 Westfield Memorial on Monday night to remember the 3,024 people killed in the tragedy and to honor those who served in the aftermath. The bell tolled as the names were read of the 12 Westfield residents who died that day. Photos

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dot.jpg (865 bytes) Council Introduces TV-36 Director
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dot.jpg (865 bytes) Planning Board Approves Nail Salon App.
Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) SP Council Approves Cooper Rd. Purchase
dot.jpg (865 bytes) FW Council Considers Spot-Traffic Enforcement
dot.jpg (865 bytes) FW Rec. Commission Under New Leadership
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Diner, 7-11 Robber Pleads Guilty
dot.jpg (865 bytes) SP PB to Hear Ideas for South Ave. Property
dot.jpg (865 bytes) BOE Approves School Year Objectives
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Long-Time MS Resident Bruce Dickerson Dies
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Town to Remove Fire Boxes
dot.jpg (865 bytes) UC Board to Hire Lawyer for Sheriff’s Office
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Reports Electrion Poll Phase I
Editorial: Freeholders Should Ensure Future Sheriff Auctions are Conducted Justly
Dems Should Switch to Bradley by Sept. 20 Or Stick With Menendez to Finish Line


TRYING TO GET A GRIP ON A TIGER...Blue Devil cornerback Mike Henry, No. 32, grabs onto Tiger running back Jerelle Lewis as teammates Eddie Simmons, No. 21, and Sean Ferro, No. 24, close in for assistance.

Sports: Ninth Annual All-Corbin Team Announced; Blue Devils Come Up Short, Tiger Gridders Hold On; Blue Devils Have Huge, Young Boys X-C Team; Raiders May Have Good Punch in Boys/Girls X-C; St. Luke Raps St. Steve For St. Bart’s Championship; Football Raiders’ ‘D’ Muzzles Bulldogs in the Doghouse; UC Viking Girls Envision Promising Soccer Season: Photos

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WHS, SPF Soccer Teams Get to Share ‘Mth’ Game

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Mr. T is No Fool: John’s Meat Market is Prime Location for New Reality TV Show
z: History, Nostalgia and Tradition Found on Wychwood Home Shelf
Food for Thought: The Apple of Your Eye...
Home & Garden: Order In The Entry
Take the Stage: Premiere Stages in Super ‘Shape’ With Season Opener
Popcorn: Invincible - Isn’t Immune to Criticism
Symphony: WSO
Announces 06-07 Season

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DON'T PITY THE FOOD...In between filming scenes for his upcoming reality TV show, Mr. T emotes one of his more characteristic growls, as John’s Meat Market co-owner Vinnie Losavio looks on in the freezer.

FAMILY AFFAIR...Former President George H.W. Bush campaigns for Senator Tom Kean, Jr. of Westfield at a fundraiser in Bridgewater on Wednesday, September 6. Sen. Kean’s wife Rhonda and father Tom Kean accompany him at the podium.

In the absence of action by the New Jersey legislature on the loopholes of Sheriff sales of seized property, we propose that codes of conduct and penalties addressing the issue be placed in contracts with the Sheriff's Unions. Then, we call upon the union's to insist that government managers and executives abide by the same codes and penalties. See August 31 editorial. - See year-to-date reform thoughts.

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