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Rapuano, Foerst Debate Merits Of Land Use Task Force's Report

dot.jpg (865 bytes) BOE Welcomes 1st Lincoln School Principal
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Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) SP At Odds With FW Over Train Station Fees
dot.jpg (865 bytes) FW Discusses Historic Preservation Options
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Lonegan: NJ Has Fallen Away From Capitalism
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Bd. OK's Extended Porch, Built-in Pool
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GET OUT THE VOTE...Merry Wisler of the League of Women's Voters registers high school 18-year-olds to vote on March 20 in the Westfield High School student center. Michael Petrow, above, is one of 25 students completing the registration form. Voters will go to the polls on Tuesday, April 15, to decide on area public school budgets and board candidates.

Editorial: It's April Fools Day...'The first of April is the day we remember what we are the other 364 days of the year.' - Mark Twain.

BLUE DEVIL TENNIS TRI-CAPTAIN...Pictured, left to right, are: seniors Evan Eisenberg, Ravi Netravali and Kevin Shallcross. The Blue Devils are looking to repeat as the No. 1 team in New Jersey.

Sports: Raider Boys Have Numbers, 'Big Shoes' to Fill in Track; Blue Devil Track Boys Have Strength in Several Areas; Blue Devil Tennis Boys Aim To Repeat as State Champs; Blue Devils Gear Up For Strong Golf Season; Softball Raiders Expected To Pick Up Where They Left Off:  Photos

Andrea Ewald's "Three Crosses"

IN LIAM'S MEMORY: Foundation to Support Families Dealing with Children's Chronic / Terminal Illnesses
F.O.P. Fundraiser Speeds Up Progress For Cure
SPRING HARVEST: Group to 'Share the Quilts' at Annual Sale
HAPPY BIRTHDAY: Gov. Kean to Serve as Honorary Chair as WSO Celebrates 25th Year
'TRUMPETING' A CONCERT: Methodist Church Hosts Trumpet, Organ Concert
POPCORN: Under the Same Moon 
Hopes to Make a Difference

SWEET TOOTH...One of Scotch Plains' new businesses, the Candy Bouquet, located at 1638 East Second Street, this week held a ribbon cutting for its grand opening. Pictured are Scotch Plains Business & Professional Assoc. (SPBPA) President Frank DiLollo and Candy Bouquet owner Karen Mortarulo.

Devil's Den: Pre-Title IX Standout Fritz Still Keeps Active

Superintendent's Journal: With more and more demands on everyone's time, it is easy to overlook the task of voting in the school election and on the budget on April 15.

Government Reform Thought: Management of county jails has been problematic. As a decade ago when state superior court judges were moved from county to state payrolls, perhaps it's now time to do the same for courthouses and correctional officers. See Year-to-date Reform Thoughts. 

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