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Springfield Week in Review: Flood Mitigation, Social Media Policy, Apiary, New Principal

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New Edward V Walton Principal Adrianna Coppola and Superintendent Michael Davino Credits: Chip Dickson
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Environmental Commission members with tee shirts, (l-r) Betzabe Blondet, Allyson Miller, Denise Devone and Kristen Labazzo Credits: Chip Dickson
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Drummer of 94 Proof Credits: Chip Dickson
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SPRINGFIELD, NJ — Here are last week’s top stories.  Did you miss any?  Click on the headlines to catch up:

Springfield Township Committee Meeting: Social Media Policy Passed, C.L.E.A.R. Addiction Program Introduced 

Flood Mitigation Committee Members Speak Out at Springfield's Township Committee Meeting

Final Chance to Buy a Student-used Springfield School Laptop on July 26

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Springfield Environmental Commission Meeting: Hoping for an Apiary and Need to Fill Two Vacancies

94 Proof Plays the Second Act of Springfield's Summer Concert Series

Springfield Board of Adjustment Meeting July 18, Modified Plan for 29 High Point Approved

Union County Rallies in Final Minutes to Top Middlesex in the 14th Snapple Bowl

Board of Education Meeting: Springfield to Receive $115,000 Additional in State Aid

Springfield’s Joint Session of the Township Committee and the Board of Education, Stigma Free and Media Center

Springfield Township Committee Candidate Statements

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Middle States Commission on Higher Education Acted to Reaffirm Accreditation for Union County College

Trader Joe's Recalls 'Grainless Granola' over Listeria Concern

Rubino's Research Article Published; Findings Represent Advancement in Medicine, Women's Healthcare

New Union County Transit Map Available

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Westfield High School Sophomore Dies; Counselors on Hand at School

June 19, 2018

WESTFIELD, NJ — Carthoris “Carter” Uziel, a sophomore at Westfield High School, died Sunday night, according to Westfield Public Schools and a letter sent to parents by Principal Dr. Derrick Nelson.

“Words cannot convey the grief we feel in the Westfield Public Schools community over the death of Carthoris ‘Carter’ Uziel, a sophomore at Westfield High ...

Get Empowered to Help Prevent Suicide

June 9, 2018

Over the past week social media and the news have been filled with stories and articles encouraging people to seek help if they’re in emotional distress. There have been countless articles about the need to break the silence around the topic of mental health and suicide, and I am encouraged by the support people are extending to others.

Often, the death by suicide by prominent ...

Construction Update on Vauxhall Ave. Bridge, Chestnut St. Bridge and Morris Avenue Work

June 19, 2018

UNION, NJ – A CodeRed alert about road construction, the resulting congestion, and what can be expected, was sent to residents Tuesday morning.

The message said the work on these state roads is being performed by the New Jersey Department of Transportation.  The message outlined the following work scheduled for June and July:

The Vauxhall Bridge over Route 22.  Work ...

Union County’s Free Summer Arts Concert Series Launches this Friday, June 22

June 19, 2018

The New Jersey Symphony Orchestra kicks off Union County’s 57th annual Summer Arts Festival series of free outdoor concerts sponsored by the Freeholder Board with an evening of Broadway favorites, beloved opera overtures and more on Friday June 22nd at 7:30 p.m. at Echo Lake Park in Mountainside.

Attendees are also invited to bring a mat or beach towel and join in a free Union County Get ...

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