Westfield, Mountainside, Berkeley Heights, Scotch Plains, Fanwood, Union Cty, NJ Newspaper DEC 16, 1999
Despite Warnings About Y2K Transition,
Stores Report No Mad Rush to Stockpile Supplies
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PAYING RESPECTS…The flag at the Westfield Fire headquarters on North Avenue flew at half-staff on December 9 in memory of the six fire fighters lost in the line of duty in Worcester, Mass. on December 3. While five of the town’s firefighters, Captain James Ryan, Lieutenants Frank Isoldi, Michael Brennan and Peter Klebaur and Firefighter James Ryan, Jr. traveled to Worcester to pay their respects, three firefighters paid tribute to the fallen firefighters at the firestation. Pictured, left to right, are: Firefighters Scott Mazza, Michael Ridge and Harry Keen.
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Interviews Begin For Administrator Post
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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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Editorial: "Scotch Plains GOP May be Gleeful Now, But the Road Ahead Could be Rocky"
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Scholar Athlete Of The Month...  PAIGE CORBETT, Senior - Tri-Captain of the Field Hockey team. Paige led the team with 12 goals and 14 assists. She has been selected First Team All-Union County, First Team All-Area and was selected as a Regional All-American finalist by the U. S. Field Hockey Association. Corbett is a straight A honor student with a 4.0 average.
The Week In Sports: Western County Matmen Graduate Superstars; Balance, Solid Lineup Offers Success to Raider Wrestlers; Raider Boy Cagers Have Size, Need Cohesiveness; Devil Cagers To Play ‘Pressure’ Ball; Devil Wrestlers Have Heart, Heading in Right Direction; 3 Vikings, 1 Devil Top All-County Girls Soccer; Devil Girls, Boys Top Pingry, Boy Swimmers Fall to St. Joe

Irving Berlin

Imperfectly Entertaining

Scotch Plains Author Helps Usher in 2000 With Historic Datebooks  Galleria West Presents Christopher KU Exhibit  Fanwood’s Vicki Annese Gives Confident Jump Starts in Kids ART    Westfield Symphony Orchestra Commissions Score from Genevieve Mannion for 2000
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OATH OF OFFICE…Police Officer Brandon Lorenz is sworn in last Thursday as the newest member of the Fanwood force. Joining Officer Lorenz, pictured left to right, are: his mother, Mary Lorenz; his girlfriend, Lynn Yotcoski, and Mayor Maryanne S. Connelly, administering the oath of office. Mayor Connelly herself was honored with several presentations that evening as she prepares to leave office at the end of this year.

  First Night Westfield 2000 Sets Millennium Extravaganza

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