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Westfield, Mountainside, Scotch Plains, Fanwood, Union County, NJ Newspaper March 18, 1999
The Governor's Resolution
They're State Soccer Champs At SP/FW

Governor Christine Todd Whitman recently presented a resolution to the 1998 Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School Raider Boys Varsity Team in recognition of their outstanding season. The team won the State Group 3 Championship, the North Jersey Section 2, Group 3 Championship, and the Watchung Conference Championship. Accepting the resolution was the team’s coach, Tom Breznitsky. On hand for the presentation were members of the soccer team, as well as Assemblyman Alan M. Augustine, at left, and Senate President Donald T. DiFrancesco, at right, who along with Assemblyman Richard H. Bagger sponsored the resolution.

Town, P.B.A. Reach Contract
BOE Bond Projects Moving; Day Added to School Calendar
Council Seeks Parking Deck Proposals;
High School Students Prep For Fed-Challenge In New York
Police Will Combat Speeding
Council Budgets $23.7 MM; Property Tax to Rise Another $51 Average In Addition To Hikes In School Levies
Scotch Plains
Engineering, Traffic Experts Testify on Magnolia Gardens
Removal of Home Economics Class Among Parents’ Budget Concerns
Council Reviews Options As Hearing on Dean Oil Site Approaches
Fanwood Announces Plans For 10th Annual Cleanup

SNOW OBSTACLE…The large snowfall which took place on the morning of the Ides of March presented a hazard for pedestrians in downtown Westfield. This picture shows a shopper venturing over a mound of snow on the corner of Elm and East Broad Street.

Sunday Equestrian Courses Continue at Watchung Stables
Expanded Air Time Sought for TV Station
Deerfield School Prepares Guys and Dolls Production

DR. SEUSS ON THE LOOSE... Justin Rosado and Erin Dempsey enjoy reading "The Cat in the Hat" during a recent celebration of Dr. Seuss Week in their classroom at Brunner Elementary School in Scotch Plains.

Union County and State:

  • Freeholders Reintroduce Approval For Linden Medical Waste Facility
    Revenue Hits Historic High In Union County Clerk’s Office
    Freeholders Spend $7,500 to Support Union Township St. Patrick Day Parade
    Civil War Conference Slated At Union County College
    NEWS FROM TRENTON; Governor Signs Mr. Bagger’s Bill for Aircraft Noise Relief; Assemblyman Richard H. Bagger Writes NJ Should License Telemedicine MDs

  • The Week In Sports

    REGROUPING AND TALKING OVER STRATEGY… Blue Devil girls basketball Head Coach Kathy Hauser calls a time out to regroup and talk over team strategy during a memorable game with Morristown.

    • Raider Jim Feeley Wins in Super-Regionals, Then Falls With Onur Tezucar, Tony Melendez in Atlantic City
    • Blue Devil Icemen Topple Hilltoppers, 4-3, in OT
    • Raider Boy Cagers Complete Competitive, 13-11, Season
    • Lady Devil Swimmers Record Banner Championship Year
    • Devil Keglers Finish Season With Watchung, Section Title

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