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Atlantic Health System Central Avenue Application To Resume at July Meeting

Westfield High School Graduates 510 During 2018 Commencement Ceremony
DWC Reports on Second Sunday, Summer Events

Scotch Plains/Fanwood
Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School Graduates 400 in Class of 2018
Fanwood Approves Budget Changes
Planning Board Advances On Parker Redevelopment

Cranford Police Promote, Hire Officers, Give Awards
Planning Board Proposes Amending Driveway Ordinance

Bianco Named to Fill Garwood Council Seat

County Clerkís Office to Be Renovated, Reconfigured
Skibitsky Harassment Complaint Dismissed

Study Could Shed Light On Why Students Leave N.J. For College
Towns Should Have Final Say On Merging, Not NJ Lawmakers

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SAFE AT HOME...Pioneer Ryan Kessler slides home safely in the second inning as Westfield White catcher Randy Davis prepares to catch the ball during the Cal Ripken 12U District 12 Tournament game at Gumbert 2 Field in Westfield.

Grateful Recipient - Sarah McEvoy of Fanwood Earns $10,000 Scholarship

Helping Hand - Rotary Club of Westfield Announces Scholarships

Open Arms - WHS Class of 2018 Reunites With Franklin Teachers
Higher Learning - Cranford Chamber Scholarship Recipients Announced
Making the Grade - Area Schools Announce Local Students to Dean's Lists
Arts & Entertainment
Independence Day - Area Fireworks Displays Start Saturday Night

Travel Tips - Tourist Trap Or Attraction? Itís In the Eye of the Tourist


PARTY IN THE PARK...Fanwood kicks off its summer movie series on Tuesday evening with a Party in the Park at La Grande Park, featuring amusements for the kids prior to the movie's showing.

Week in Sports Cranford Tops Raiders In Cal Ripken 12U District 12; Pioneers Power Past WF White In Cal Ripken 12U District 12; St. Michael Men Scoot Past St. Anthony Softballers; St. Fran Holds Off St. Vincent In St. Bart Menís Softball; Blue Devils Won Section Title, Group 4 Semifinal in Baseball; Devils of the Year: Bond, Vall-Llobera

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Summary Of Community Posts Recommended Reading
See all 2018-07-03 Trenton - Senate Republican Leader Tom Kean said there were no winners in a fight over tax increases between Governor Phil Murphy and Senate President Steve Sweeney, saying taxpayers are the big losers under a compromise tax plan approved
See all 2018-07-03 Mountainside - Notice is being sent, for notification purposes, as per the Open Public Meetings Act Requirements, N.J.S.A. 10:4-8 and N.J.S.A. 10:4-18. An executive session meeting of the Governing Body has been scheduled on July 3, 2018 a
See all 2018-07-03 Cranford - As you know, Hartz is scheduled to go before the Planning Board on July 18th. Since last year, Hartz has postponed their meeting numerous times with no pushback that we can see whatsoever from the Planning Board. We are asking t
See all 2018-07-03 Trenton, N.J. It Exists Therefore Its Taxed. Americans for Prosperity-New Jersey (AFP-NJ) responded to the New Jersey state budget, which the legislature passed and the governor signed on Sunday. The $37.4 billion state budget increased in
See all 2018-07-02 Cranford - You are invited to join Assemblyman Jon Bramnick this coming Monday July 9 at 8pm for a Q&A on court-forced overdevelopment and Builder's Remedy lawsuits at The Kilkenny House at 112 South Ave in Cranford. Asm. Bramnick has been
See all 2018-07-02 County - Union County will host two Mobile Paper Shredding Events in July. The first event is scheduled for Thursday, July 12th at Rahway Park in Rahway (off St. Georges Avenue) followed by Saturday, July 21st at the Old Bristol Myers buil
See all 2018-07-01 Trenton - State taxes to rise across multiple Fronts. The Senate and Assembly, controlled by DEMs, voted on the $37.4 billion spending plan and new taxes at 8 a.m. Sunday. 1530450355
See all 2018-07-01 Trenton - State Senator Nicholas Scutari (DEM) released the following statement on the budget agreement reached today: I am pleased that the Legislature and the governor found common ground and averted a government shutdown. Budgets are of
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The Westfield Leader and The Scotch Plains-Fanwood Times
PO Box 250, 251 North Ave. West, Westfield, NJ 07091
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