It was at least 95 degrees on Thursday evening, but that didn’t stop hundreds of proud parents, dedicated faculty, and close family and friends from packing into the bleachers to watch 369 high school seniors become Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School Alumni. You can , and view the .
Nearly an hour and a half after the Scotch Plains Fire Department responded to a residential, fire fighters from Scotch Plains, Clark, Garwood, and Fanwood were still fighting the flames. Scotch Plains Police stated that the cause of the fire does not appear to be suspicious. Fire fighters at the scene stated that the fire may have been started by an upstairs fan, however no conclusive resutls have been reached at this time. No one was home at the time of the fire. There were no injuries.
After serving nearly 3,500 patrons from more than 25 communities during the month of April, the from the Fanwood Borough Council in order to pave the property and execute other repairs. Alan Ebersole, the manager of the recycling center, stated that while other towns received as much as $7,500, he said Fanwood received just $3,000. The shortage of funds has caused the center to put off repairs.
Local officials, Union County Freeholders, and residents the opening of Ponderosa Park in Scotch Plains with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Tuesday, June 19. To view Patch's
Summer has arrived in Scotch Plains, bringing local farmers, bakers and growers to the parking lot, selling everything from Pickleicious spicy olives, to organic zucchini, and fresh flowers. Check out