Westfield, Mountainside, Berkeley Heights, Scotch Plains, Fanwood, Union Cty, NJ Newspaper DEC 02, 1999
High Tech Maps Of County Prosecutor
To Assist Drug Enforcement, More Arrests
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GIVING FROM THE HEART…DECA students from Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School demonstrated the true meaning of the holiday season by feeding the homeless at the Black United Fund Community Center Complex in Plainfield on Thanksgiving Day. Pictured, left to right, are: Julie Lowen, Lauren Regenthal, Jennifer Miller, Diane Ferrara, Sarah Vilim, Becky Vilim and Katie Sargent.
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Revamp of TV-36 Moves Closer to Reality
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Mountainside/Berkeley Heights:
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Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
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Union County and State:
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SWARMING ALL OVER HIGH-FLYING CARDINAL…The Blue Devil defense swarms all over Cardinal star Anthony Davis in the annual Thanksgiving Day Classic held at Gary Kehler Stadium. Picture below: Three Devil defensemen prepare to pounce on a Cardinal.
The Week In Sports: Cardinal Gridders Pass Past Blue Devils in Turkey Classic; Rough Raider Gridmen Finish in Style Over 17th-Ranked Farmers, 27-13; Undefeated Pioneers Defeat Scrappy Highlanders, 25-7; Senior Blue Devils Out-Finesse Juniors in Powder Puff, 14-0; Heart, Determination Define Lady Devils’ Soccer Season; Scotch Plains PAL Shaves Westfield PAL ‘C’, 13-6

Stevie Nicks (1948- )
“Hunters Dinner”
Though Issue is a Dung Deal, Giuliani Thanks A&E Editor for Support in Museum Dispute
"Sleepy Hollow"
Monster Mishmash

NBC’s ‘Law & Order’ to Feature Westfield Actor, Teddy Alvaro Madcap Mutts to Perform, Millennium Scrapbook Set At First Night Westfield New Jersey Symphony Sets Christmas Pops Park Middle School Singers To Take Broadway by Storm In A Christmas Carol
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KIDS HELPING KIDS... First grade Girl Scout Troop No. 711 of Wilson Elementary School in Westfield recently held a gently used toy drive to benefit the Rosemary Cuccaro Pediatric Medical Day Care Center in Elizabeth. Pictured, left to right, are: back row, Katherine McKinley and Alex Frankel, and, front row, Chloe Birkenthal and Sarah Frantz with some of the toys donated during the toy drive.

Editorial: "Fanwood Business Association Would Play Vital Role in Strengthening Downtown"

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