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Town Council Allocates More Money Toward Tamaques Study
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Westfield School Upgrades Set for Summer 2019

Verizon 130-Ft. Cell Tower at UCC Opposed By Cranford Residents
Rubin Addresses Threat Made Against School
Lack of Stormwater Plan, Density Questioned In Cranford Subdivision Application

Planning Board OKs Russo II Site Plan

Freeholders Get Update on 2018 Election, New Machines

‘See Something, Say Something’ Could Be Key to Averting Tragedy
We Congratulate All the Winners In 2018 General Election


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SURROUNDING A WOLFPACK MEMBER...Blue Devils Charlie Riley, No. 57, Declan McCauley, No. 63, and Reid Colwell, No. 23, prepare to take down Wolfpack running back Jack DiPietri, No. 4, during the crossover game.

Good Cause - UCESF Holding Holiday Fundraiser for Ed. Programs

Students & Parents - College Night at WHS To Be Held Nov. 15

Helping Out - Mt. St. Mary Reaches Out to Graduate in Reserves

Arts & Entertainment
Star Maker - New SPFHS Drama Director Morgan Knight Talks Process

Local Talent - Gil Scott Chapman and Mia Pafumi to Perform in Cranford

Popcorn - Bohemian Rhapsody - Fate, Free-Will and Rock ‘n’ Roll


WE WILL NEVER FORGET...This veteran salutes during Sunday’s Veterans Day ceremony at the Veterans Monument at Park Avenue and Front Street in Scotch Plains.

Week in Sports Minutemen Strike Twice, Burn Raiders for Section Crown; WF Blue Devils Stun Wolfpack In Grid Crossover Game; Cougars Had Banner Season In Tennis With 19-3 Record; Young Lady Blue Devils Gained Valuable Experience in Soccer; No. 1 Lady Panthers Shut Out Raiders in Soccer Semis; Cougars Rout Millers, Fall To Middletown No. in Final; WHS Record Book: Field Hockey

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See all 2018-11-12 Summit - Please be advised: The milling of River Road will continue on Tuesday 11/13 and Wednesday 11/14 between the hours of 7PM and 6AM. No milling work will take place on Monday 11/12. Road work will begin on the section of River Road c
See all 2018-11-09 The second-seeded Elizabeth Minutemen scored twice in less than two minutes to break a 0-0 deadlock in the second half then held off the top-seeded Scotch Plains-Fanwood Raiders, 2-1, to claim the North Jersey, Section 2, Group 4 boys socc
See all 2018-11-06 voted in Weehawken - no one there when I was but it was pouring rain. The said there was a line when they opened 1541531447
See all 2018-11-06 Scotch Plains - Just went to Green Forest Park to vote at 130 to beat the lunch traffic. About 25 people voting. Im a regular voter so this turnout is about the same that Ive seen in years past. Not too crowded. Waited about five minutes t
See all 2018-11-06 Cranford - I just voted (2 pm) at Cranford High School. While there was one ahead of me and one behind me, I was told it has been a strong turnout.. 1541531223
See all 2018-11-06 Plainfield - I always vote. Carrie and I walked over to our polling site with our dogs around 9:30 we got soaked! It was a little busy, perhaps more like a Presidential election, but nothing unusual. Same Old electronic machines it was as
See all 2018-11-06 Westfield - Voting; I arrived at Roosevelt Intermediate school at 10:00 am this morning, I voted around 10:08/10:10. There was a decent amount of people, probably about 20-30 voters. Good turn out. The volunteers were a bit scattered, but
See all 2018-11-06 Scotch Plains - Voting; Magine school Scotch Plains unusually heavy voting lines which is very unusual and a lot of people anxious to vote 1541525511
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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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