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This week's edition is March 16, 2017
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East Broad Street Development Hearing to Continue March 29


Westfield

Recreation Department Moves Forward With Improvements


Scotch Plains/Fanwood
County Briefs Planning Board On Fuel Tank Replacement


Region
Freeholders Hear Comments On Mountain Biking Trails
Sheriff, Prosecutor, Clerk Present Budget Requests
Four Gubernatorial Candidates Take Part In GOP Forum
Peyton's Peek at the Week in Politics


Editorial
Westfield Comes Together In Mourning A Young Woman
Freeholders Should Take Their Time Before Approving Trails
Lá Fhéile Pádraig
 

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Sports

GIVING IT HER ALL...Raider Stephanie Judge gives it her all in the butterfly leg of the 200-medley relay against IHA on January 10. The Raider foursome of Erika Fraiser, Rachel Maizes, Judge and Megan Small won the event in 1:48.12.

Education
Honor Roll - Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School (2nd Marking Period)

Celebration - Roosevelt Pays Special Tribute to Black History

Selected - SPFHS Announces U.S. Presidential Scholar
Smart Students - Loyola University Maryland Tells Fall 2016 Dean’s List
Great Achievement - Binghamton University Announces Dean's List
Arts & Entertainment
Boeing Boeing - Westfield Community Players Soar
Bye Bye Birdie - Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School Puts on a Happy Face
Popcorn - Logan Makes Some Sharp Points
Pipe Dreams - Annual Organ Festival Features Four Top Organists
Spring Musical - Park Middle School Drama Club Presents Honk! Junior
Community

IRISH FOR A DAY...Emma, 4, of Fanwood, gets her face painted during the Fanwood Irish Festival on Saturday.

Week in Sports Raider Girls Won UCT, Boys Sectionals, Set Swim Records; Lady Devil Cagers Exceeded Expectations, Finished 19-6; Lady Raiders’ Hoops Season Defined by Injuries and Youth; Lady Cougars Finish Strong, Next Year Looks Promising; Three Old Sports Writers Walk Into a Café ... (Devil's Den)

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See all 2017-03-22 Area - fitness tips to science facts, Scotch Plains, Fanwood and Clark 7th-grade students are focusing their brainpower on health as they compete in the UnitedHealthcare Health Bee at the Fanwood-Scotch Plains YMCA. Since October 2016, stu
See all 2017-03-22 Summit - The Visual Arts Center of New Jersey is hosting an Earth Day Festival on Saturday, April 22nd 2017 from 10 AM to 2 PM. The event features an array of workshops, educational booths, food and activities. The Festival will be held in
See all 2017-03-21 Westfield - Women to Women Financial Series Thursday, March 30th; Mariella Foley, CFP will speak about polishing up your financial portfolio. Learn WHY it is so important for women to become more involved in their finances. Learn HOW to be
See all 2017-03-20 Westfield - Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick seeks transparency after Democrats voted against his amendment Thursday requiring the governor and all state legislators make their tax returns public to qualify for the ballot. If transp
See all 2017-03-20 Cranford - CHS Student and Teacher Recognized; Cranford High School is proud to announce that senior Marisa Sigas has received The National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) Award for Aspirations in Computing honor for the
See all 2017-03-20 Westfield - TOUR OF NOTABLE HOMES - Saturday May 13th - Save the date for this years Tour of Notable Homes presented by the Friends of Westfield Symphony. A stylish medley of distinguished residences located in Westfield will be open from
See all 2017-03-20 Westfield - The Westfield High School Rotary Interact Club will be hosting a family movie night outside on the Westfield High School field. We will be showing the film Zootopia at 7:30 PM. All ages are welcome. Admission for children (4-12
See all 2017-03-20 Westfield - An informational program on Job and Volunteer Opportunities for People 55+ will take place on Tuesday, March 28th , 11:30 AM at The Senior Resource Center at The Lavy House, 748 E. Broad Street, Westfield, NJ. The presentation
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