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Fanwood Mews Development Wall Collapses into Neighboring Bldg.
see photo gallery: part 1 | part 2

COLLAPSE…The collapse of a concrete firewall at the South Avenue Station Mews redevelopment project, right, brought down the roof of Livingston-Wilbor Corporation, left. The collapse trapped three individuals inside the Fanwood business. Two injured persons were Medivac’ed to Robert Wood University Hospital in New Brunswick. See additional photos: part 1 | part 2.

Editorial: The Marine Corps Band Is Coming To Help Us Remember and Honor

dot.jpg (865 bytes) Former Councilman Fears Nwk Airport Shutdown
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Police Seek Leads on Man Who Accosted Three Girls
dot.jpg (865 bytes) PB Discusses Historic Preservation Ordinance
dot.jpg (865 bytes) BOE Honors Burgess As Philhower Recipient
Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) FW PB Continues To Scrutinize TDR Program
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Council to Vote on Parking Restrictions Near SPFHS
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Law Firm Closes After 35 Years on SP’s Park Avenue
dot.jpg (865 bytes) SP Planning Board Activity Dwindles During Past Year
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Rec. Commission Opens Mini Golf Course to Parties
dot.jpg (865 bytes) BOE Appoints Quigley Acting Superintendent
dot.jpg (865 bytes) MS Passes Budget With $500,000 Jump In Taxes
dot.jpg (865 bytes) County to Purchase Land From Church for $8 Mil.

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LINING UP HIS PUTT ON NUMBER 3...Blue Devil Nick Livolsi prepares to line up his putt on the third hole as Raider Brian Pak pulls the pin. Pak won the individual title with a 77.

Sports: Highlander Baseballers Oust Blue Devil Nine, in UCT; Raider Golfers Prevail, Claim Union County Tourney Title; Minutemen Top Raiders In County Baseball Quarters; Raiders, Blue Devils Place In WCT Girls Track & Field; Raider Boys Win 4th Straight Watchung Conference Crown: Photos

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Take a Hike: Westfield Friends Fight Cancer By Hiking Grand Canyon
Doubled Over Laughing: WHS Offers Diverse One-Act Plays
St. Paul's Concert: Local Singers, Professional Sound
Enlightening: Author Visits Tamaques School to Inspire Students
In the Name of Charity:
Real-Life Superheroes Go To Work at Benefit Bash
Popcorn: Spider-Man 3 - Crawling with Entertainment
Music Masters: WSO’s Butterfly Lovers’ Marries Eastern, Western
Take The Stage: The Secret’s Out - Community Players Spread Juicy Rumors

Magnet Schools Offered Me Greater Opportunities

SUDSWestfield High School students Annie Re, left, and Sue Xiao soap up the hood of a car at the WHS Community Service Club’s carwash and garage sale in the high school’s parking lot last Saturday. The club plans to use the proceeds from the event to benefit the homeless throughout New Jersey.

POTTED PLANTS, ANYONE?This youngster displays two potted plants that were available at last Friday’s Mother’s Day Sale at Franklin Elementary School in Westfield.

Government Reform Thoughts

Instead of the state budget process being conducted behind closed doors and finalized at the last minute with political Christmas tree grants, the details and progress of deliberations should be posted on the Internet. It's not that we don't trust them to do the right thing, but from experience...
 - See year-to-date reform thoughts.

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