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

New Edward V Walton Principal Adrianna Coppola and Superintendent Michael Davino Credits: Chip Dickson
Environmental Commission members with tee shirts, (l-r) Betzabe Blondet, Allyson Miller, Denise Devone and Kristen Labazzo Credits: Chip Dickson
Drummer of 94 Proof Credits: Chip Dickson

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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Smart Solutions For All Of Springfield

Real Change is Now Possible on Election Day

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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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Union County Students to 'March for Our Lives' Saturday in Union

March 19, 2018

UNION, NJ – Students from all over Union County will be walking from Burnet Middle School to Town Hall on Saturday morning, March 24, in an anti-gun violence march.

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Unity and purpose will allow Democrats to unseat Lance

March 11, 2018

In November, we have a chance to unseat Leonard Lance, Congressman for the NJ-7 district which includes Springfield. Leonard Lance voted to take away healthcare from his constituents and recently stood by as his party passed a tax plan in which his district became the second most negatively impacted district in the COUNTRY.  Lance is an enemy of a woman’s right to control her body but ...

Hillsborough: Suspended HS Athletic Director Charged with Theft

March 19, 2018

HILLSBOROUGH, NJ - Suspended Hillsborough High School Athletic Director Michael Fanizzi has been arrested and charged with the theft of $10,704 in athletic event receipts over a four-year period from 2013-2017, according to Somerset County Prosecutor Michael H. Robertson.

Fanizzi, 53, a resident of Conover Way in Hillsborough who had been athletics director for 14 years, had been suspended ...

Christopher Dean Band to Play at Westfield Memorial Library

March 19, 2018

The Christopher Dean Band will play at the Westfield Memorial Library on Wednesday, April 4 at 7:00 p.m. The library is located at 550 East Broad Street.

The Christopher Dean Band is a regional blues/soul band based out of the Central New Jersey area, working up and down the East coast year round. Christopher Dean fronts the group, playing guitar and singing lead vocals.

Dean, who was ...