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Westfield, Mountainside, Scotch Plains, Fanwood, Union County, NJ Newspaper June 10, 1999
Residents, for the Most Part, Favor Efforts By State
Officials to Scrap NYC Commuter Tax

SOLEMN OCCASION...The coffin of Westfield Fire Captain Scott V. Garber is carried by pall bearers to a waiting Westfield Fire Department engine following a Funeral Mass last Saturday at St. Helen’s Roman Catholic Church in Westfield. Following a procession in town, a graveside ceremony was held at Fairview Ceremony on East Broad Street. Captain Garber died suddenly on June 1 at his Westfield home.
Proposed Field at Brightwood Appears to be Moot for Now
Westfield Man Sentenced to 18 Yrs. For Drug Operation in Rented Home
County to Award Westfield $100,000 As 99 ‘Pocket Park’ Program
Steve Lapidus Memorial Run Raises Scholarships for High School Students
James Debbie Wears Two Hats As Police Chief, Administrator
Future Forum Discussed By Mountainside BOE

Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
Mr. Jung Wins GOP Nod for Boro Mayor In Landslide Victory
Mrs. Donatelli Set to Assume Township Council Appointment
Borough Council to Vote Tonight On Dean Oil Referendum
Classic Car, Craft Show Planned
Union County and State:

Dep. of Transportation Okays Construction Of Light Rail Network in Union County
Grants Currently Available For Breast Cancer Projects
School, Law Officials Set Goals for a Safer School Environment

LET THE GOOD TIMES ROLL...This couple arrived at the party in style by way of a motor cycle as did a few other couples.

The Week In Sports

LADY DEVILS BROADCASTING THEIR ENTHUSIASM…The Blue Devil girls stand on their bench and broadcast their team spirit during the Union County game with the Cranford Cougars.

  • HS Lacrosse: Blue Devil Boy Laxers End Their Season With Style

  • HS Baseball; Lofty Highlanders Capture State Group 2 Baseball Title

  • HS Softball; Raider Diamond Girls Finish Softball Season Strong, 16-7; Lady Blue Devils Highlight Softball Season With Offense

  • Men's Softball; Crafty St. Louis Posse Nabs James Gang in 7th, 11-10

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