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Friends of Track and Field Concerned on Kehler Timeline
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WPD Advises Residents to Lock Cars As Break-Ins Rise
DWC Reports On Pizza Run, Implements Policy Change

Scotch Plains/Fanwood

Scotch Plains Council Okays Downtown Redevelopment Plan
Scotch Plains Day Heads Up Busy October for Rec. Dept.
New Scotch Plains LED Ordinance Expected Soon
Rec. Commission Discusses Pickleball, Coming Events

Mountainside BOE OKs Administrator Pay Raise

Cranford Discusses Brookside Drainage
Cranford Implements Tiered System for Schools

Garwood Council Expresses Concerns Over Ice Rink

We Need to Focus on Area Races, As Well as Those For Higher Office
Expansion of Hunt Is Needed to Reduce Overpopulation of Deer


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ANOTHER SACK ATTACK...Old Bridge quarterback Bryson Corbett gets sacked by Blue Devil defensive end Colin Freer, No. 11, who had three sacks and a huge tackle of the punter that set up Westfield’s first TD. The Blue Devils won 33-17.

High Scores - Four WHS Seniors Named National Merit Semifinalists

Making the Grade - Westfielders Earn Degree, Dean’s List at U. of Rochester

Empowering - Mount Saint Mary Academy Senior Inspires Local Youth

Simplify - Organizing Expert to Share De-Cluttering Tips

Announcement - Saint Peters Prep Announces Honors Certificates
Arts & Entertainment
Just Like Mom's - Westfield Native Danny Schwartz Creates Idyllic Apple Fest Posters

Celebration - Westfield Historical Society’s 10th Annual Apple Fest is Sat.

Popcorn - Puzzle - She’s Come A Long Way, Maybe

Colorific - 2018 Photography Exhibit Explodes in Color
Get Ready - ‘Haunt Your House’ Decor Contest Comes to Westfield

NEW RIDES FOR FESTIFALL...With the rides and blow-up attractions all in a new, separate area at the North Avenue lot of the Westfield train station, children are given more thrills this year at the annual FestiFall street fair on Sunday.

Week in Sports Raiders Shut Down Cougars In Boys Soccer Struggle; Football Blue Devils Out-Joust Old Bridge Knights; Murray’s 2nd OT Goal Propels Cougar Girls Past Summit; Immaculata Spartans Storm Past Raiders in Football; Rahway Gridders’ ‘D’ Stifles Cranford Cougars’ ‘O’; Cougars’ 3 Second-Half Goals Reject Viking Soccer Boys; Mixing the Crunchy With the Smooth (Devil's Den)

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Summary Of Community Posts Recommended Reading
See all 2018-10-03 Re: Objection of March 1st Kehler Project Start Date and Busing of Track Team; Dr. Elizes, I am writing to acknowledge receipt of your email. Thank you for reaching out. The board is taking all of the track and field athletes and families
See all 2018-10-03 Westfield - what: New recycling OPTIONS unveiled at westfield conservation center WHO: Councilman David Contract, Liaison to the Westfield Green Team Jim Gildea, Town Administrator Kris McAloon, Director of Engineering and Town Recycling C
See all 2018-10-03 Region - Parents of Westfield school children and all drivers in all towns. There is a lot of town traffic during morning drop off and afternoon pick up at our schools. A few suggestions: We crossing guards have no rear view mirrors and ye
See all 2018-10-02 Trenton - Senate Republican Leader Tom Kean said that legislative efforts are needed to ensure that New Jerseys microbrewery success story can continue following new rules imposed by the states Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control that w
See all 2018-10-02 Springfield - Temple Shaarey Shalom, 78 South Springfield Avenue, Springfield, will offer stimulating and informative speakers in October. First, on Friday, October 19, Dr. Karen Gaffney, Professor of English at Raritan Valley Community Co
See all 2018-10-02 TRENTON, N.J. Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick responded to a proposal by Gov. Phil Murphy to invest in start-up companies that locate in New Jersey. There is not a single element to Murphys economic plan that budges New Jerseys sol
See all 2018-10-01 Trenton - Bramnick Discusses Wrestling Control of High-Density Housing from Courts Assemblyman Bramnick joined Jill Horner on Comcasts Newsmakers to discuss how political leaders can work together to tackle affordable housing policy and ta
See all 2018-09-30 Chatham - hello, my name is Patricia Turse and I am the publicity chair person for the Metropolitan Orchestra of NJ. I would like to list that we are having a free concert on November 18th at 3 pm at the Chatham Middle School. Could you pl
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