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The Week in Review: Springfield Residents Honored, Microcap Stock Manipulation, Board of Ed Meeting and More

Credits: Springfield BID
Credits: Jeff Rosenberg

SPRINGFIELD, NJ — Here are last week’s top stories.  Did you miss any?  Click on the headlines to catch up:

On Wednesday there is an Interfaith Solidarity Gathering at Springfield’s Temple Sha'arey Shalom

Bryce Forys and Colin McCormack, Two Springfield Students Participate in American Legion Jersey Boys State

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Jeff Rosenberg Announces Candidacy for Springfield Township Committee as an Independent

Springfield Resident & TAPinto Summit Civic Affairs Reporter Bob Faszczewski Reelected to National Editorial Freelancers Organization Board

Springfield Man Charged In Microcap Stock Manipulation Scheme

The Living Rosary at Springfield's St. James the Apostle Church

Springfield “Summer Sound Bites’, This Summer’s Concert Schedule & Dining Deals

Saint James the Apostle School Third Trimester Honor Roll

Springfield Board of Education June 19 Meeting

Springfield Board of Adjustment June 20 Meeting: Four Approvals & One Denial

The Historic Cannon Ball House in Springfield will Open to Visitors on June 25

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The New Jersey Symphony Orchestra Shines on a Stormy Night in Scotch Plains

Union County Freeholders Approve Agreements on Oak Ridge Park Recreation Facilities, But Some Residents Object to Recreation Project Expansions

Bedminster Local is State Finalist in the National American Miss New Jersey Princess Pageant

In the Meadowlands, New Jersey Must Protect Migrating Birds

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To the residents of Springfield:

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