Westfield, NJ Regional Newspaper...... Thursday, November 19, 1998
FAA Flight Routes Indicate Poor Chart Design

  • Westfield:
    Council to Raise Parking Permit Rates and Ban Feeding Geese.
    BOE Reviews Hiring and Enrollment; Former Members, Activists Offer Diverse Views on Bond.
    Annual Free Thanksgiving Day Feast Set at Vicki's Diner.

  • Mountainside:
    BOE Receives Grant To Upgrade Industrial Arts Program.

  • Union County::
    $3 MM Upgrade Planned Around Linden Airport Property

THE 11TH MONTH, THE 11TH DAY, THE 11TH HOUR…On November 11 at 11 a.m., United States military veterans stood before the Westfield World War I Monument near the intersection of Broad Street and North Avenue and paid their respects for all the men and women who served their country and sacrificed their lives in its wars. At exactly 11 a.m., the bell at the First United Methodist Church across the street chimed 11 times as the area was blanketed in melancholy silence.

Arguments Heard on Scotch Plains Zoo Lot Value

MAKING IT FIVE IN-A-ROW...The Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School boys’ soccer team assembles in the middle of Shimme Wexler Field in Scotch Plains after defeating Parsippany Hills, 2-0, in the finals of the North Jersey, Section 2, Group 3 Tournament on November 13. The Raiders went on to defeat Northern Highlands in a shootout in the Group 3 semifinals in Westfield on November 17 and will face Delsea for the Group 3 Championship tomorrow night at 8 p.m. at the College of New Jersey in Ewing.

Scotch Plains - Fanwood

  • Suspect Sought in Armed Robbery At First Savings Bank in Fanwood

  • Restaurant Loses Kitchen to Fire

  • Fanwood to Review Storm Response Tactics; Fanwood Charity Foundation Created

The Week In Sports

RUNNING THROUGH THE WOLFPACK ... Westfield High runningback Todd Dowling, No. 44, runs around the West Morris Central line during North Jersey, Section 2, Group 3 quarterfinal game at Gary Kehler Stadium in Westfield on November 14. Seniors, Gabe Perez, No. 81, Rob Albino, No. 53, and Lamont Turner, No. 8, assist.

  • Blue Devil Gymnasts Finish Fourth in State Tournament
  • FERRARA SCORES 2; FIORINO AND SIGMON ASSIST as Raiders Win Fifth in-a-Row; Whip Wolfpack, 2-0 in Soccer
  • DOERR PASSES FOR TWO TD’S, KICKS FIELD GOAL as Devils Endanger a Species; Destroy the Wolfpack, 30-6

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