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Legal Agreement Pulls $300 Car Purchase, Accepts $110,600 Bid

NATIONAL NEWS…CBS Network News films a video clip featuring Tom Kean, Jr.’s run for U.S. Senate at the Westfield fire station last Friday. Mr. Kean was interviewed at his Westfield home by news anchor Kate Couric earlier in the week, and her production aired last Friday night on CBS national news. Pictured, left to right, are: Westfield Fire Chief Dan Kelly, Mr. Kean and Westfield Councilwomen Vicki Kimmins and Jo Ann Neylan.

dot.jpg (865 bytes) Council Discusses Fence Ordinance
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Hillcrest Lease to End June ’07
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Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
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dot.jpg (865 bytes) Women Voters, Times Plan Candidates Forum
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Gov. Taps Zazzali to Head N.J. Supreme Court
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Garwood Gets Set for Halloween Celebrations
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Test Scores ‘Exceed’ District Expectations

Editorial: Local, County and State Lawsuits Need to be Published and Curtailed

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OVER THE TOP...Blue Devil junior running back Marcus Allen, behind a solid blocking line, had no trouble going air born for a one-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter. Westfield handily defeated the Kearny Kardinals, 23-6, at Kearny.

Sports: SP-F Raider Gridders Scare No. 10 Irvington in Loss; Blue Devil Footballers Down Kearny Kardinals; Raiders Rally in Second Half, Nip Cougar Soccer Boys; Injured Raider Gymnasts Look to Improve Youth; Blue Devil Gymnasts Swing Past Crusaders; Raider Soccer Girls Stagger Cranford Lady Cougars; Blue Devil Net Girls Shut Out Improving Lady Raiders; Westfield PAL ‘D’ Defeats Cranford Grid Kids; Westfield PAL B Blue Bomb Perth Amboy Grid Kids: Photos

Devil's Den:
Veteran Coaches Help Keep WHS Among State's Best

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Gracie, You're a Star

'Cheap' Rock: Cheap Trick Still Going Strong at Music Fest ’06
Mitzvah: Charity Baseball Game Raises Money for Children’s Specialized
Action: Gracie Begins Filming On WF’s Lawrence Ave.
Popcorn: The Black Dahlia - Weed it Out
Take the Stage: Theater Project’s ‘Teeth’ Are Pretty Sharp
Food 4 Thought: Family Recipes that Coincide with Fall, Football
Frankenstein, The Musical:
Local Drama Director Delivers Musical Monster
Big Shots
: New Jersey Photography Forum Invites Submittals
Art Honors Life
: Kean University to Honor Professor Estelle Ritchie

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SIGN OF GOOD TIMES...Frank Chupko of Scotch Plains, en route to a visit to his ancestral homeland in Slovakia with his sister and brother John, holds up a copy of The Scotch Plains-Fanwood Times while standing on the Charles Bridge overlooking Prague in the Czech Republic. In the background, musicians entertain passersby and tourists.

BRIDGE GRANT...Fanwood receives $11,366 from Union County to remove old cable guide rails and install new fencing along the sidewalk on the Martine Avenue Bridge in Fanwood. Pictured, from left to right, are Fanwood Councilwoman Donna Dolce, Union County Freeholder Chairman Al Mirabella of Fanwood and Fanwood Mayor Colleen Mahr. Ms. Dolce and Mr. Mirabella are candidates for reelection on November 7.

Should employers be required to show proof of citizenship for their employees? No one in New Jersey should be paid off the books. Everyone should pay their fair share in taxes. We need everyone to play by the same set of rules. - See year-to-date reform thoughts.

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