Westfield,NJ Newspaper...... Thursday, January 15, 1998

 Pedestrian Tunnel and Platforms to Open
At Railroad Station
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Westfield News

  • 1998 Planning Board Chosen,
    McCabe and Evans Added

  • School Strategic Plan Released

  • Zoning Board Organizes, Mr. Mannino Stays as Chairman

ON EXHIBIT... Roselle artist Michael Sileo stands next to one of his southwestern Native American themed acrylic paintings which will be on exhibit for two weeks at The Westfield Art Gallery beginning January 18.

  • Mr. Carr Irked as Mrs. Nixon Not on Rec. Commission

Mr. DiFrancesco is State Senate President Again
Mr. Augustine Named Chairman of Government Committee
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HOLDING COURT... Judge Benjamin Cohen of the Superior Court of New Jersey explains the legal system to seventh grade history class at Terrill Middle School.

  • Congress, Mayor Connelly to Run Against Mr. Franks

Scotch Plains/Fanwood

  • School Budget Overview

  • Fanwood Reviews Redevelopment Grants

  • Gail Iammatteo Chairwoman of Bd. of Adjustments

The Week In Sports

A CONFUSING CRADLE... Blue Devil Mike Kivetz, face unseen collects back points in his topsy-turvey 152-pound bount with Joe Caprio of Caldwell.

  • Raiders Out-Wrestle Governor Livingston

  • Devil Wrestlers Crushed by Caldwell Chiefs

  • Blue Devil Girls Seize County Indoor Track Title

  • Raider Boys Bounce Shabazz in Basketball

The Complete Sports Stories (requires pdf viewer)

Sports 1

Sports 2

Sports 3

Sports 4

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Page 2

Railroad Laws against trespassers; Local students nominated for military academies; Acting Gov. DiFrancesco signs drunk driving laws; Assemblyman Bagger on Drug Free workplace bill.
  Page 3
Mountainside Borough Council to alleviate Sony traffic woes, College board scores discussed at WHS, Paspalas on Greek heritage.


Page 4
Improving Roads and Rail Service; Freeholder Chairman on 1998 Goals; Letters to the Editor

Page 5

Choral Society Concert; Scouts and Music Society; SP 4th Grade Harvest Luncheon

Page 7

Alliance for Arts Education; New officers at Old Guard; Mother Seton HS open house; WF as artistic center during "First Night"; Grant-Washington school 50th show
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