Westfield,NJ Newspaper...... Thursday, February 05, 1998

 Westfield Maintenance Code Officials
Target Five Potential Violators
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Westfield News

FIFTY FABULOUS YEARS... Cast members gear up for Grant/Washington Schools 50th Anniversary play fundraiser, "The Big 50" to be presented 2/6 at 8 p.m. and 2/7 at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. at Roosevelt School.

  • Special Education is Focus Of School Board Meeting

Council Passes Resolution To Reject
25-Year Trash Contract With UCUA
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GOLD HUMANITARIANS... Dr. Feldman and wife Debra of SP receive Aleh Foundation Award which serves brain damaged children in Israel".

  • History of Rising Student Population

Scotch Plains/Fanwood

  • Past School Closings Now Questioned

  • GOP Considers 5 Candidates For SP Council

  • Resident's Call Leads To Spiderman Burgular Arrest

The Week In Sports

RACING FOR THE PUCK - Ian Wolkoff of WHS is at full glide but Summit wins the challenge 7-5 last week.

  • Devils Devour Cougar Wrestlers

  • Devil Icemen Slip

  • Raiders 3rd in County Track

  • Irvington Knights Lance Raider Boy Basketball

  • Lady Devils Bounce Rahway

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1997 In Review - 1996In Review

Weekly News In Depth

N.J. State Congress

Page 2

United States Senator Toricelli guest of Mayor and supporters in Westfield, New Freeholders Ruotolo and Mingo on children and seniors support, Summit Nature Club, County Election brochure.


Page 3

Ginger Hardwick bids reelection to Westfield School Board, Safety at home, Thrift Shop outerwear sale, Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence.

Editorial, Letters

Page 4

"Neighborhood Preservation"; "Magnet School"; Letters to the Editor; Strip Mall is detrimental, Cultural Arts Center, County overstepping bounds, Governor courageous step.


Page 5

SP-FW Schools Title 1 Program, Alumni offering scholarships, Literary Hall of Fame, Nursery School.


Page 6

"Evening in Paris" with Westfield Symphony, Jerseyaires, Hypertension clinic.


Page 7

Cody at Women's Club on Bangladesh, Old Guard to hear about criminal justice, Daroczi sculpture, Temple nursery.


Page 8

Project Graduation plans at WHS, Library annual report, Miller-Cory Valentines, Historical Society rare map, WHS students for state orchestra, choir.


Page 9

Enrichment Center parenting seminars, New MRI facility, Jacober in Project on Presidents, Rajoppi addresses Old Guard, Garden Club, SP-FW High singing Valentines, Nature Club


Page 10

Lutheran Churches Robert Vogel, Clay Sculpture, WCP cast Romance, Romance; Methodist Church donates to Home Share, WHS reaps awards at model United Nations, Interfaith singles, Holy Trinity Festival.


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Westfielder Netravali of Lucent receives Japan's Science award, Cub scouts in Pinewood derby, McGreevey at Westfield, Goodwill Industries, Mount Saint Mary Honor roll.


Page 19

Real Estate briefs, Oak Knoll Honor roll, Governor for senior tax relief, Booster Association BCW/BPW, Foreign language honors.

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