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Westfield, Mountainside, Berkeley Heights, Scotch Plains, Fanwood, Union County, NJ News July 01, 1999
Historic Battleship New Jersey Returning Home
After Half a Century of Service to U.S. Military

TIME TO CELEBRATE…Members of the Scotch Plains-Fanwood Class of 1999 share graduation night joy. Pictured, left to right, are: Beckie Lee, Holly Oatis, Tania Garozzo, Jennie Delgado, Kristin Hessemer, Jackie Dempsey, Liz Drown and Jenn Maiurro.
Officials Working On Combined Plan For Field Utilization
Ginger Hardwick Leaves School Board
Volunteers To Teach Refugees
DWC, Chamber Sign to Share Office
Speeding Tickets Jump
Spring Garden Fair, Plant Sale By Master Gardeners Sets Record
Mrs. Knodel is Honored for Service By School Board in Mountainside
Trailside Plans Performance Of ‘Jumping Mouse’ on July 7

Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
Dean Oil Appeal Gets Underway At Packed Hearing
SPFHS’s Class of 1999 Advised to Persevere, Work Hard for Dreams
Police Officer’s Death Believed to be a Suicide
Fanwood Citizens Meet to Establish Goals to Enhance Downtown District
BOE Votes to Employ Consultant for Study Of Facilities’ Ability to Handle Enrollment Hike

CONTRIBUTOR TO EDUCATION…Former Mountainside Board of Education member Patricia Knodel, right, is presented with an inscribed plaque honoring her 26 years of service to the board by Board President Patricia Taeschler. Mrs. Knodel was recognized at the board’s Monday night meeting.

The Week In Sports

COMPLETING HIS TWO-RUN HOME RUN…John Mastriani of Bravo Landscaping slides safely into home to complete his two-run homer that he hit in the seventh inning against Cellular Signal Plus. The Signal men, however, scored big in the fifth and sixth innings to win 10-6 at Brookside Park in Scotch Plains on June 23.

  • Men's Softball:
    Mattress Factorymen Spring Ahead of A. J. Jersey, 11-3

    Cellular Signal Plus Staggers Bravo Landscaping, 10-6

    St. Anne Softballers Shut Out Bewildered St. Joseph, 8-0

    The Diamond Units Silence Chrone’s Tavern Men, 13-5

    Fiery Red Thunder Rumbles; Ices C. B. I. Blue Men, 16-15

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