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Westfield, Mountainside, Scotch Plains, Fanwood, Union County, NJ Newspaper June 3, 1999
Fanwood Republicans Have Mayoral Candidate Race
Local Primary Elections Pose Few Challenges

FANWOOD BOUND...The Scotch Plains-Fanwood Memorial Day Parade heads up Martine Avenue over the railroad tracks on the way to Fanwood. Warm weather greeted marchers and watchers along the parade route.
Council Considering COOs At Sale of Multi-Family Units To Upgrade Rentals
Grievance Appears Resolved Over Calls For Emergency Aid
Town Bank Selects New CEO and President, Robert Dowens
BOE Discovers How Guidance Program Aids Elementary Pupils
Adoptive Families Gather At Picnic in Mountainside
Deerfield Forum Focuses On Safety in Aftermath Of Recent Shootings

Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
Tuesday Primary to Decide GOP Mayoral Choice
Fanwood P.B.A., Borough Close To Accord on Three-Year Pact
LaGrande Building Expansion Plan Draws Opposition from Residents
Middle School Leveling Still Worries Parents
Union County and State:

County Freeholders OK Contracts For Road Improvement Projects
New Jersey Begins Fight in Court to Repeal Tax on NYC Commuters
County Unveils Center Dedicated to Drew Ruotolo

WESTFIELD STEPPING OUT... At the Scapicchio residence, the scene of a pre-prom party, couples get ready to travel to the New Brunswick Hyatt Recency. Pictured together, from left to right, are: Allison Archambauh, Alex Mattielli, Chrissy Thompson, Matt Krug, Megan Pollock, Kevin McCormack, Jeff Scapicchio, Kristen Salmond, Leigh Kendrick, Todd Dowling, Amanda O’Neil and Frank Scipocco.

The Week In Sports

BLUE DEVIL DEFENSE USING ITS MUSCLE…The Westfield High School boys lacrosse defense uses its muscle in the State Sectional game with the Hilltoppers at Tatlock Field in Summit on May 27. The Blue Devils took it to the fourth-ranked Hilltoppers but Summit survived to win 8-7.

  • HS Lacrosse: Hilltopper Laxers Hold Off Devil Boys, 8-7, in Sectionals
    HS Baseball; Highlander Boys Grab Sectional Crown, 15-1
    HS Softball; Lady Raiders Can Not Crack Nutley, Lose 12-1
    Men's Softball; Checchio Chiropractic Cracks Mattress Factory Men, 14-5; Hunters Become Predators; Track Down Willoughby

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