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Westfield Introduces $48.2 Million 2018 Municipal Budget

Westfield BOE Hears Presentation On Upcoming New Website
DWC Discusses Atlantic Health, Farmers’ Market

Scotch Plains/Fanwood

Rec. Commission Discusses Forest Road Master Plan
Writing Of Downtown Plans to Start Next Week

Cranford Defers Vote On Bond Ord. Until April 10
Personalized Learning Showcased at BOE Meeting
Community Access OK’d To Expand On-Site Training
Cranford Supports Expansion Of Children’s Library

Garwood, Fanwood Mayors To Review Shared Services

Freeholders OK Architect For New Pool In Rahway

It’s April Fools Day
Marijuana Sales Highlighted in State Budget Deliberations

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CRANFORD COUGAR BASEBALL SENIORS...Pictured, left to right, are: John Markese, Pat Connelly, Gordon Graceffo and Sean Petrucci. The Cougars open their season at Scotch Plains-Fanwood this Saturday, March 31, at 1 p.m.

Personal Story - Holocaust Survivor Shares Journey With UC Students

Making the Grade - Colgate Announces Dean's Award with Distinction

Future Leaders - FBLA State Leadership Conference 2018
New Members - Local Residents Inducted Into Phi Kappa Phi
Well Done - RIT Students Named to Dean's List for Fall Semester
Arts & Entertainment
Thrilling - Cocktail Hour Confessions Proves That Sometimes the Truth Hurts

Powerful - Anything But Goodbye Offers Refreshing Look at Troubling Themes

Popcorn - Love, Simon: You’ve Got Blackmail
An Ogre of a Time - Franklin Fifth Graders Perform Shrek the Musical, Jr.
Huge Excitement - Legally Blonde Marks Debut Performance at RIS

READING IS GOOD FOR YOU...Friends of Scotch Plains Public Library volunteers Daisy and Sambahvi look over stacks of books for the Scotch Plains Library book sale on Thursday night.

Week in Sports Cougar Nine Looking to Learn From Last Year, Move Forward; Lady Blue Devils Aim to Take Another Step Up in Lacrosse; Blue Devils Look to Compete At High Level in Boys V-Ball; Blue Devil Track Boys Have Veterans to Lead in All Events; Raiders Looking for Maturity In Boys Lacrosse This Season; Cougar Lady Laxers Return Plenty of Speed With Talent; Lady Raider Laxers Envision Better Days on the Horizon; Devil's Den: Could Cant Coach? Yes, Cant Could; Baseball Raiders to Face Huge Challenges Right off the ‘Bat’

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Summary Of Community Posts Recommended Reading
See all 2018-04-04 Fanwood - Recycling in Fanwood: Possible Delays The Plainfield Municipal Utilities Authority (PMUA), the Borough's curbside recycling contractor, is experiencing operational issues due to the recent storms. As a result, the recycling picku
See all 2018-04-04 WESTFIELD, N.J. Congressman Leonard Lance (NJ-07) today announced the U.S. House Energy and Commerce Committee has scheduled a hearing with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Mr. Zuckerberg will testify before the Committee on Wednesday, April
See all 2018-04-04 Garwood - Clothing Drive Ladies Auxiliary of the Garwood Volunteer Fire Dept. Saturday, April 21, 2018 at the Garwood Fire Department 9:00 am to 2:00 pm RAIN OR SHINE The following items are being collected: Shoes, stuffed animals, handbag
See all 2018-04-03 Scotch Plains - The Phi Eta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, is sponsoring a Reclaiming Your Work/Life Balance Workshop and Great Work, Great Rewards Book Signing at the Scotch Plains Public Library, 1927 Bartle A
See all 2018-04-03 Fanwood - Beginning Tuesday April 3rd through Thursday, April 5th, Martine Avenue between North Avenue and Midway Avenue will be closed for northbound traffic between 9 A.M. AND 4 P.M. A detour will be in place and officers will be on hand
See all 2018-04-02 Westfield - You may have received this already from the organization itself but, in case not Please see the attached Event Release from the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Association of Westfield regarding a vigil this Wednesday, April 4 marki
See all 2018-04-02 Fanwood - Looks like there's already about 3-inches of snow on the ground. Accumulation is forecasted to continue until late morning, then temps will be in the 40's. Roads are EXTREMELY slippery. Take it easy. Clear your car of snow comple
See all 2018-04-02 Mountainside - 7:45 am. All Mountainside and Berkeley Heights schools will be closed today due to the snow. 1522671271
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PO Box 250, 251 North Ave. West, Westfield, NJ 07091
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