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Springfield Week in Review: Teachers Honored, Apple's Deli Opens, Track Teams' Special Seasons and More

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Matt Applebaum, Owner of Apple's Deli Credits: Ellen Dickson
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Springfield Photographer Laura Castellano Credits: Chip Dickson
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Science Teacher Christopher White with Board of Education President Robin Cornelison and Jonathan Dayton Principal Dr. Norman Francis Credits: Chip Dickson
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Jonathan Dayton Boys Track Team at Beginning of Season Credits: Chip Dickson
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Jonathan Dayton Girls Track Team at Beginning of Season Credits: Chip Dickson
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SPRINGFIELD, NJ — Here are this week’s top stories.  Did you miss any?  Click on the headlines to catch up:

Springfield Board of Education Honors 2016-2017 Teachers of the Year

Apple’s Deli Opens for Business in Springfield

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Springfield Primary Election, Capodice (D) to Face Incumbent Bujnowski (R) in November

Springfield Board of Education Meeting, Superintendent’s Achievement of Merit Bonus Milestones Approved

Springfield Photographer Laura Castellano's Work on Display at Library thru June 30

Dayton Girls Track: Girls Held Themselves to Their Highest Standards this Season

The Jonathan Dayton High School 9th Annual Alumni Hockey Game Honors Memory of Dan Triano

Dayton Boys Track: Strong Finish to One of the ‘Most Enjoyable Seasons’

Prince’s Farm Stand Formerly of Springfield Opens in Mountainside

SSEP Exposition Night Highlights Effort behind Second Time Springfield Chosen for a Spaceflight Mission

Springfield announced it Discovered Cyber-attack that Occurred Several Months Ago

‘Mary Poppins’ Makes Perfect Finale to Paper Mill Season

TAPinto Crushes Readership Record in May with 853,958 Readers; Breaks 6M Readers for the Year

U.S. Open Men's Golf Sectional Qualifying at Canoe Brook

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June 21, 2018

CLARK, NJ — Three buses collided in the Arthur L. Johnson High School parking lot around noon on Thursday in a chain-reaction crash. 

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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 ...

Shakespeare in the Park Returns to Union County, Sunday, July 8

June 22, 2018

The Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders is pleased to announce the return of Shakespeare in the Park this summer. The first performance will be presented on Sunday, July 8 at 7:00 p.m. at the Raymond Wood Bauer Promenade in Linden.

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