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Westfield, Mountainside, Berkeley Heights, Scotch Plains, Fanwood, Union County, NJ News July 29, 1999

Jury Hands Down Indictment
In Fatal Shooting at Club Malibu


POPULAR WITH THE KIDS.....Positive Rhythmic Force was popular with these youngsters during last week’s live jazz event in the downtown. Pictured are band members Jason Berg on trumpet, Sunny Jain on drums (in back) and Noah Baerman on piano.
Power Failures Plague Residents On Boulevard
Central Avenue to Get Facelift as Part of Grant From County of Union
New Playground Equipment Stirs Dust, Noise and Anger of Neighbors
Classrooms Being Built At Franklin
Bread Co. Eyes Storefront on Elm Street
Mountainside/Berkeley Heights:
Trailside Matinee to Feature Dinosaur Program on Aug. 4
CSH Hosts Garden Party Benefitting Fitness Trail

Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
Hetfield Bridge to Be Closed for One Month; Bids Expected By September
Fanwood Council Debuts Ordinance Favoring Pensions
Open House Proposed for Fanwood Business & Professional Group
Couples Fondly Recall Births of Daughters in Ambulance
County And State:
Senate President Hails Bills Aimed at Providing Benefits to Retirees, Vets
County Prosecutor Warns Union County Residents About Year 2000 Scams
Aid to Towns Now Based On Inflation Under Bill
Senator Torricelli Unveils Bill To Make Commemorative Coin For U.S.S. New Jersey Battleship
Freeholder Board Funds 1999 Grant Programs Through Bond Ordinance
Prosecutor’s Move to Offices Goes Off Without a Hitch

CONTRIBUTORS TO THE ARTS…Participants in the Carriage House Poetry Reading Series are honored with certificates at a recent meeting of Fanwood’s governing body. Pictured, left to right, are: front row, Tom Plante, accompanied by his daughter, Kerry, and back row, Mayor Maryanne S. Connelly, who received a special certificate for her advocacy of arts programming in the community; Gina and John Larkin of Edison, Series Director Adele Kenny, Ivan Berger of Fanwood and Lisa Bruckman, also of Fanwood, holding her son, Chris.

DARING SLIDE AT HOME AT THE FIORINO MEMORIAL…Will Picaro of the Westfield White Team (although wearing blue) slides toward home in the sixth inning but is tagged out by the Glen Ridge catcher during the first day of the John Fiorino Memorial Baseball Tournament held at Gumbert Field in Westfield on July 24. See some results on page 13.

The Week In Sports
Men's Softball:
Depth Chargers Obliterate Johnny’s Lawn Care, 19-5
Clockwork Orange Clocks C. B. I Big Blue Men, 18-10
Marian Avenue Motors Past Montrose Diamond Men, 9-7
St. Joseph Keeps Hammering Away; Nails the St. James “Gang”, 15-6
Cranford Swim Club Tops White Marlins, 285-229
Westfield Blue Marlins Dunk Cedar Grove and Springfield

Westfield Artists Discuss Technique And Talent; Francesca Azzara, Megan Pollock, Barbara Zietchick

Threepenny Opera By WYACT
Ensemble To Celebrate Playwright

Karen A. Carpenter

Tango in the Park’ Concert Set
By Westfield Symphony Orchestra

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NEW - "This Is Westfield" - 1999:
"Our Town Scotch Plains": Officials [22, 23], Police, Fire, Rescue [18], Worship [20], Schools [14]. [15], [27]. Recycling 25, Recreation [8], Business [10], ... more. Return to: Top of Page

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