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Plainfield Week in Review: 'No Parking' Protests, Yates House, Summer Food Program, and more

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PLAINFIELD, NJ - Did you miss any of this week’s top news stories on TAPinto Plainfield? Click on the headlines to catch up:

Pitch in for Earth Day: Bring your HH Hazardous Waste to Free Recycling Event in Scotch Plains, April 14

Spring Break with First Responders Program Concludes with Members of Plainfield Police Division

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Ammon Foundation donates to Elijah’s Promise to support culinary student in addiction recovery

Plainfield's Mayor Mapp to Join Union County Leaders to Sign 'Mayors Against Illegal Guns Statement of Principles’

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FREE Nurturing Parenting Classes

Bring the World of STEM to Afterschool Programs

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Baseball: Plainfield Tops Roselle Catholic 13-3

Assembly Bill Would Allow 17-Year-Olds to Vote in Primaries

Making a Difference for LGBTQ Older Adults in Union County

Bernice PagliaMore Protest Plainfield "No Parking” Signs

Quarantine Lifted At Union County, N.J. Stable

Plainfield to Again Offer Summer Food Program

'Month of the Young Child' Kick Off at Plainfield City Hall

Carlo's Bake Shop Closes E. Broad Street Location

Bernice PagliaPlainfield Vets Home Plan At Zoning Board​ Tonight​

Asst. Prosecutor in Wyckoff Murder Trial Receives Union County Prosecutor's Office Gladiator Award

Join Union County’s 1st Annual Autism Walk at Mattano Park in Elizabeth, April 28

Local music educators working with people with disabilities receive national attention

Countywide Free Scrap Metal Recycling Event to be Held in Rahway and Cranford

Plainfield Board of Ed Seeks Candidates to Fill Vacancy

Bernice PagliaPlainfield ZBA Hearing On Yates House Continues May 2

Former Gov. Florio, gun violence activists, offer blueprint

The Plainfield YMCA Wants to Awaken Summer Imagination at Annual Healthy Kids Day®

Union County College Foundation Scholarship Donor Thank You Reception

Bill to Reinstate Expired UEZ in Plainfield, Other Cities, Heads to Governor’s Desk

Touch A Truck Event to be Held at the Loop in Watchung Reservation

LAX: The Union Catholic/Wardlaw-Hartidge Boys Improve to 3-0 with Big Comeback Win Over Edison

Pedestrian Struck Near Morris and Colonial Early Friday Morning

Assembly Advances Danielsen, Holley, Gusciora & Vainieri Huttle Bill to Protect Historic Sites

Freeholders Proclaim April 2018 as Autism Awareness Month in Union County

Enjoy a Spring Concert with the Plainfield Musical Club

Plainfield Tax Preparers Charged with Tax Fraud

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