Westfield, NJNewspaper...... Thursday, March 05, 1998
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Westfield Planning Bd. Grants Controversial
Women's Club Property Subdivision
The LEADER Front Pages (requires pdf viewer)

Westfield News

  • Grandview Ave. Developer Gives His Side

  • Sidewalk Cafe Ordinance Still Debated

  • School Board Candidates Run Uncontested

READ ACROSS WESTFIELD... Assemblyman Alan M. Augustine took time out to support NEA "Read Across America" campaign at McKinley School.

  • Resident Arrested For Cyber Distribution of Child Porn

Five Candidates Seek Two Seats on S-Plains BOE
Mr. Meade Is Unopposed In Fanwood
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CELEBRATING FREEDOM... The Optimist Club presented annual essay winners.

  • Emergency Access Bridge Span Proposed

Scotch Plains/Fanwood

  • School Boards OK's Spending Plan of $43 Mil.

  • SP Council Endorses FAA Tests and Seeks Zoo Property

  • LaGrande Square Granted Final Site Plan Approval

The Week In Sports

BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS... The NJ Jaguars qualify for the 1998 National Championship to be held in Carbondale, Il.

  • Lady Devils Nipped At State Swim Title

  • Regional Wrestling Results

  • Devil Bowlers Roll On

  • Raider Matmen Claim 3 District 12 Champions

  • FSP Gymnasts Improve

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Weekly News In Depth

N.J. State Congress

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Freeholders oppose State Waste bills, UCEDC reports successes, Horse riding clothes on sale at Watchung stables.


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Mountainside GOP to select candidates; residents to see no municipal tax increase; Rotary's 31 "Pancake Day; Walsh Seeks Reelection to Westfield BOE.

Editorial, Letters

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"Lack of BOE Candidates", Letters to the Editor on Women's Club, Mall Development, NY Times Westfield Survey of Clinton, Chamber and WDC Alliance; Movie review, Word Sleuths.

Political Cartoon

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"State Incinerators", Rajoppi to speaks at genealogists, SPBPA "Spring Fling" scheduled, Red Cross Gala, Jr. Women's Club auction, public invited to meet on school board budget.

Weddings, Births

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Novacich and Boscia; Kinsella and Sartor; Maraffi and Davis


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Pepper heads county Access 2000, DECA excels in state competition, Vietnam Vets meeting, Garden Club, 1927 SP-F Alumni.


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Tom Chapin at Young People's Theatre; WHS spring musical, .


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Ms. Brawley to be ordained at Presbyterian Church, Miss Vardaman Musicales, Unusual Journey to Judaism, Parkinson's Disease talk, Adrenaline workshop at First Congregational.


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Velderman awarded symphony scholarship, Town Services evaluation cards, Junior League of Elizabeth and Plainfield.


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Girl scout cookies, Westfield Foundation, college Dean's list, Wardlaw-Hartridge School.

Recycling Schedule

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Emergency response unit, Tamaques students visit seniors, Hadassah arts & crafts, Zietchick paintings, Union County College.

Union County

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UCC Planetarium, Small business training, County mission to Luxembourg, Light Rail System Efforts, Sheriff's Operations Center, Government Week.


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Letters to Editor, Planet Could Be Crowded.

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Stagestruct Kids, Scotch Plains Library programs, scholarships

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 Real estate briefs, social
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