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Local Governing Bodies Reorganize, Name Appointments for 2007

FRESH STARTLocal governing bodies swore in new council members and officials, and mayors announced new municipal appointments for 2007. 


dot.jpg (865 bytes) Bigosinski Votes Against Cockren Appointment
Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Dems Join SP Council; Fireworks Over Appointments
dot.jpg (865 bytes) FW Welcomes New Councilman
dot.jpg (865 bytes) McCarthy Begins Second Term; Sluka Takes Office
dot.jpg (865 bytes) MS Reorganizes; Mayor Outlines Goals for 2007
dot.jpg (865 bytes) BOE Hears Legislators Oppose Countywide District

Editorial: President Gerald Ford, 1913-2006: Down-to-Earth Integrity, Decency
New Year Starts Right With Cooperation and Involvement

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GETTING INTO THE ACTION UNDERNEATH...Blue Devil freshman Diana Venezia, No. 15, draws heavy coverage from the Dayton Lady Bulldogs underneath the basket.

Sports: Raider Cagers Rally to Grab Third in Kowal Hoops Classic; Blue Devils Rip Indians To Grab Kowal Hoops Crown; Blue Devil John Barnes Gets Second at Park Mat Tourney; Raider Wrestlers Level Par Hills Vikings; Blue Devil Lady Cagers ‘Rob’ Dayton in Pepe-Levee; Raider Matmen Take Fourth In John Goles Invitational: Photos

Devil's Den:
You Can’t Always Get What You Want

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Take Me Out to the Ballpark

'To Kill a Princess': Mountainside Author Benford Probes Princess Diana’s Death
New Year's Tunes: WSO Sings in the New Year in Style
Popcorn: Rocky Balboa: The Winner and still Underdog
Musical Textures: 
NJ Symphony Brings ‘Fire and Serenity’
Poetry Prospers:  Carriage House Series Celebrates Eight Years of Poetry Readings
Book Signing:  WF’s Dodgers’ Fans Share Memories with Author

Iraqi People are ‘Free,’ But 
Remain Mired in Civil War

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HANGOVER OVERThe Central Jersey Road Runners Club held its annual Hangover Run in Tamaques Park in Westfield on New Year’s Day. The 5K run, celebrating its 25th anniversary, began at 12:05 p.m. A total of 363 people completed the race, with runners from 6 years old up to 77 years old. The under-14 female winner was Caroline Williams, 14, of Westfield.

A BIG SUCCESSThe Westfield Recreation Department and the Westfield Area Chamber of Commerce sponsored the first annual Family Night at the National Guard Armory on Rahway Avenue on New Year’s Eve. The indoor carnival was attended by 940 people. 

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