Westfield, Mountainside, Berkeley Heights, Scotch Plains, Fanwood, Union Cty, NJ Newspaper AUG 12, 1999
Drought Called Worst In History of NJ, Mid-Atlantic States
Mandatory Water Restrictions Arrive

CELESTIAL DRAMA…Scotch Plains residents Joe and Ellen Interdonato, pictured at far left, view a solar eclipse through exposed film from Furth, Germany in 1954. Mr. Interdonato met his wife, the former Ellen Wuester, in Germany during his tour of duty with the United States Army (169th Infantry Regiment). They were wed approximately six months later. Also pictured (current whereabouts unknown) are Professor Kneisly, Inga Haas and Master Sergeant Halverson. Mrs. Interdonato died in January of this year. Yesterday’s solar eclipse, the last to occur in this millennium, was witnessed by millions from the ground, on television and from planes.
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Drought Benefits Sycamore Field Construction
Council 3 Year Term Proposal Debated, Pulled
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Mountainside/Berkeley Heights:
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Scotch Plains/Fanwood:

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SP Revitalization Plan to Give ‘Cohesive’ Feel to Stores in Downtown
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FW Council Eyes Development Fee Ordinance To Defray Affordable Housing Application Costs
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SPFW Public BOE Meetings May Move Up Earlier; Firm Hired for Facilities Study
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Fanwood Merchants Voice Ideas and Concerns As Plans Continue for Business Association
County and State:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Sen. Robert G. Torricelli: ‘Hollow’ Promises Will Not Give Better Health Care to America
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dot.jpg (865 bytes) Union County College Installs Alumni Board

WESTFIELD SOFTBALL TITLE… Jubilant Mattress Factory shows three fingers after seizing their third straight title.
The Week In Sports
dot.jpg (876 bytes) Mattress Factory Holds Off Checchio’s, 8-5: J. M. Quick Scoots by Ferrara’s Auto, 5-4: St.PatrickPummels St. Jude, 14-1
dot.jpg (876 bytes) White Marlins Lose to Highland:
Blue Marlins Sink Berkeley Heights, W. Caldwell

El Greco (1541-1614)
Chocolate Truffles
Tri Amici
The Blair Witch Project
Cheap Thrills

State Grants Aid Arts Organizations
Picturesque Postcards From Paintings By Art Association

Ferraro’s Restaurant Welcomes Filming Of Homemaker 3000

IMPROVEMENTS COMING... Scotch Plains Mayor Geri Samuel and Ray Pardon, Co-Chairman of the Downtown Task Force, are shown at East Second Street storefronts reviewing planned streetscape improvements that will be done within the year on East Second Street, Westfield and Park Avenues.

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