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Westfield Historical Society Raises $670,000 to Restore Reeve House

A LASTING TRIBUTE…Morgan’s Rifles, a Revolutionary War re-enactment group, fires off a salute in honor of fallen United States war veterans. They were joined by members of Lambs Artillery, another reenactment organization. See additional photos.

dot.jpg (865 bytes) Annual Memorial Day Parade Honors Veterans
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Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) FW Residents Voice Reservations About Subdivision
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Marine Band Highlights SP-F Memorial Day Parade
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Construction Gets Underway For New Charlie Brown’s
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Park 8th-Graders Bring Spain to Classroom
dot.jpg (865 bytes) St. Bart’s Prepares Festivities to Mark 60th Year
dot.jpg (865 bytes) GOP to Run Write-In Campaign For Dist. 22 Race
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Freeholders OK $414.4-Mil. Budget; Taxes Up 5.27%
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Freeholders Take Action For Open Space Purchases

Editorial: Dual Office Holding, Tell Them You’re Fed Up With the Malarkey

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ON A SCORING FRENZY...Blue Devil midfielder Ryan Yarusi, No. 4, whipped in 10 goals and added an assist against Cherry Hill West in a 20-7 victory.

Sports: Raiders Shock Cranford In Section Softball 1st Round; Blue Devil Boys Finish Third In Group 4 Sectional Track; Raider Boys Win, Girls Fifth In Group 3 Sectional Track; Westfield School Boosters Association Presents 40th Annual Booster Club Awards to 19 Senior Athletes; JP Stevens Hawks Mesmerize Blue Devil Softball Girls; Blue Devil Laxmen Bombard CHW Lions in Group 3: Photos

Devil's Den:
Prom Night Memories Still Shine On Brightly

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Madeline Joyce, Self-Portrait

Art Show: Westfield High School Seniors Display Final Artistic Works
'Rock On': Steve Joester’s Icons At Visual Arts Center of NJ
Popcorn: Away from Her - Looking into Long-term Extended Love
'Jesus in the House': UCHS Teacher Addresses Jesus At Home in Book
Take the Stage: Godot’s Absurdity Makes For Perfect Saturday Matinee
Godot, Part Two:
Penczak: ‘Life Happens While We’re Waiting’

THE BAND'S ALL HERE…The U.S. Marine Corps Band performs for the large crowd during Monday’s annual Memorial Day Parade. See additional parade photos.

ROLL OUT THE GREEN CARPET…Andrew Shue, left, organized a special premiere of Gracie, parts of which were filmed in Westfield, at the Maplewood Theater on Tuesday night. The film, about a high-schooler chasing her dream of playing soccer, was inspired by the life of Elisabeth Shue. Above, stars Andrew Shue, Carly Schroeder and Elisabeth Shue and director Davis Guggenheim attend the “green carpet” premiere. See additional photos; look for a special feature in next week’s Arts & Entertainment section.

Government Reform Thoughts

The details of the reforms required in New Jersey state government are well known. What is needed now is action, before politicians vote themselves back into office in November. - See year-to-date reform thoughts.

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