Westfield, NJ RegionalNewspaper...... Thursday, September 24, 1998
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Watchung Catch Basins Proposed;
Task Force Report Due Mid-October

Westfield - Mountainside

  • FestiFall A Hit Again, as 30,000 Take Part in Fair

  • Town Bank Oct. Opening Likely; FDIC Approved, Finances Strong

  • Housing Entity Garners Support Among Officials

  • United Fund Milestones And Future Goals

DEDICATED SERVICE...Town Historian Homer Hall, second from left, is presented with a proclamation from Fourth Councilman Lawrence A. Goldman, right, during last week's Westfield Historical Society meeting. Mr. Hall, who is moving out of state, was honored for his efforts. Also on hand was Charles E. Brown, left, President of the West Fields Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution (S.A.R.), and Vincent Parlapiano, President of the Union County Historical Society, who was dressed as William Miller, first settler of the West Fields of Elizabethtown, circa 1727.

Scotch Plains Looks at Estimated Tab Of
$240,000 for Clean-up From Storm

MAKING CIDER...Among the many demonstrations to be featured during this Sunday's Union County Harvest Festival at the Trailside Nature and Science Museum in Mountainside is apple cider pressing. Pictured during last year's event, left to right, are: Joseph Czylek, Kevin Mulroy and Michael Barone from Boy Scout Troop No. 23 in Elizabeth. Please see story and more pictures on Page 2.

Scotch Plains - Fanwood

  • Third `Fanny Wood Day' to Feature Contests, Exhibits, Outdoor Sales

  • Police Chief Joins YMCA Director Board

  • SP-F Fourth Grade Teacher Wins Computer Grants for Entire Class

The Week In Sports

PUTTING ON THE ATTACK.Blue Devil junior Valerie Griffeth, No. 5, forces her way between Raider freshman Jaclyn Fiorino, No. 2, and junior Meryl Bezrutczyk in the first half.

  • Raiders Hit Pay Dirt in 2nd Half to Down the Devils, 3-1

  • Blue Devil Soccer Girls Blaze Past the Young Raiders, 8-0

  • Hudson Catholic Uses Ground Attack to Beat Raiders, 28-14

  • Devil Gymnasts Sink BridgeH2O, 102.7-82.6

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