Westfield, Mountainside, Scotch Plains, Fanwood, Union County, NJ Newspaper Jan. 28, 1999
Pedestrian Safety Group, BRAKES,
Pleads for Action After Woman’s Death

  • Westfield:
    Restoration Of Town Bell Rings In Historic Values
    County and Town Officials Differ on Solutions To Traffic Problems at Downtown Intersection
    Three Residents Go for the Gold In 1999 Special Olympic Games
    Scotch Plains
    Mayor and Mr. Marx Spar Over Official Vehicle Count
    Fanwood Chemical Among Firms Honored by County Chamber
    Board of Education Discusses Preliminary School Budget

HOME SWEET HOME...Members of the Westfield Historical Society, includ- ing Town Bell Master John Panosh, in forefront, and former Mayor Bud Boothe, far right, build the new garage to house Westfield’s Town Bell.

SPECIAL TRIBUTE…Family members of the late Patricia MacDonald Kuran, Fanwood’s first woman Mayor, are joined by Mayor Maryanne S. Connelly following the renaming of the historic Carriage House in Mrs. Kuran’s honor. Pictured, left to right, are: Vincent Higgins of the Pittstown section of Franklin, the former Mayor’s brother-in-law; her nieces, Amy Gallagher Higgins and Tracey K. Higgins, both of Readington, and Mayor Connelly.

  • Senator Lautenberg to Join Westfield Democratic Celebration
  • Mr. Golkin, Warren Township Committeeman Announces Intention to Challenge For Congressional Seat
  • County to Generate Savings of $645,000 Through Energy Efficiency Program With NUI

The Week In Sports

KICKING THE EXTRA POINT…Hall of Fame inductee Blue Devil football player Glen Kehler, No. 43, kicks a field goal against Scotch Plains during the Fall of 1974.

  • Kehler Earns Induction Into Sports Writers Hall of Fame
  • Raiders Prove Their Balance; Tip Blue Devil Matmen, 67-6
  • Super-Heated Raiders Clock Minutemen Cagers, 56-37
  • Raider Co-Ed Swimmers Sink Blue Devil Boys, 94-76
  • Devil Hoopsters Out-‘D’ Lady Blue Knights, 26-21
  • Devil Bowlers Roll Over Blue Knights and Tigers
  • Caldwell Chiefs Humble Blue Devil Matmen

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