Westfield, NJ Regional Newspaper...... Thursday, November 26, 1998
Westfield-Morristown HS State Champ/Football; Giants Stadium Sat. 12/05 @10:30 am;
Westfielders park in Lot 18; enter Gate D; On TV CN8 12/05 @7:30 pm; 12/10 @2:00 pm
Westfield Auto Inspection Station to Stay Open;
Retrofit for Tougher Pollution Tests

  • Westfield:
    BOE Superintendent Stresses Immediacy Of Funding Bond Due to Mandates.
    Hems R Us Owner Forced To Change Store Name By Toys R Us Law Firm
    Austin B. Sayre Honored by Rotarians With Humanitarian of Year Award.

  • Mountainside:
    Rescue Squad Receives 10 Applications

  • Union County::
    Track at Rahway Park Complete; Work to Begin At Warinanco, Meisel

OVER 1,000 PERSONS AT GRAND OPENING... State officials join with officials of the Town Bank of Westfield during a ribbon-cutting ceremony held last Friday morning. Pictured, left to right, are: Ron Frigerio, Chairman of Bank’s Board of Directors; cutting the ribbon, Linda Maggio, Executive Director of United Fund of Westfield, and State Senate President Donald T. DiFrancesco; Assemblymen Alan M. Augustine and Richard H. Bagger; second row, Town Bank Chief Executive Officer Frank Goffreda; Richard Frigerio and Norman Sevell, Board members; and back row, Germaine Trabert and Anthony DeChellis, CONTINUED ON PAGE 12

Club Malibu Remains Open As Deadline for
Compliance On Safety Violations Nears

SHARING THANKSGIVING...Students from both Scotch Plains and Westfield share a holiday meal during the first annual Thanksgiving gathering Monday at the Westfield Neighborhood Council (WNC) on Cacciola Place in Westfield. The children, ages 5 through 11 years old, participate regularly in after school programs sponsored by the Westfield Community Council and WNC. Pictured clockwise around the table starting at the left front are: Fred Cooper, Eddie Simmons, Tyrell Simmons, Derrick Dixon, Ryan Whitehead and Travis Morgan, from Scotch Plains.

Scotch Plains - Fanwood

  • Fanwood Council To Hear Proposals By Action Groups

  • SP-F High School Students Take Center Stage During All-State Chorus Concert at NJPAC

  • Holiday Cheer Arrives With Yuletide Festival At All Saints’ Episcopal Church in Township

The Week In Sports

DOWLING EN ROUTE TO SINKING THE VIKINGS… Blue Devil fullback Todd Dowling, No. 44, carried for 152 yards in the semifinal game against Parsippany Hills High School on November 21 in Parsippany. Westfield sank the Vikings, 44-13, and earned a trip to the Meadowlands to play for the Section 2, Group 3 Championship on December 5 at 10:30 a.m.

  • Blue Devils Football Sink Vikings, 44-13; Win Trip to Giant Stadium.
  • Raiders Dump Delsea, 1-0, in Finals; Win State Soccer Championship. The Raiders, won last year and have won 7 state titles ('98 Team Photo).
  • BLUE DEVILS LEAD FOOTBALL SERIES WITH PLAINFIELD, 42-39-6 Since 1903; Feathers To Fly in Upcoming Meeting With Cardinals.

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