Westfield, Mountainside, Berkeley Heights, Scotch Plains, Fanwood, Union Cty, NJ Newspaper NOV 25, 1999
British Firm To Own Westfield Water Utility Serving 500,000 in New Jersey
Thames Water Company To Acquire E'Town
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AN ANNUAL PILGRIMAGE?... In the second occurrence of what appears to be emerging as an annual pre-Thanksgiving rite, eight wild turkeys gathered in the driveway of Ben and Barbara Hiller of Colonial Avenue, Westfield, earlier this month. Turkeys were also reported along Cedar Terrace in the town. Both streets are located near the Mountainside border. Four wild turkeys showed up at the Hillers last year, as well.
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Election Board Probe Upholds 4th Ward Results, 3rd Ward Recount Yields No Changes
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Mountainside/Berkeley Heights:
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Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
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Union County and State:
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BLUE DEVILS LEAD ANCIENT SERIES 47-40-7... Devils/Cardinals Rivalry Becomes Highlight of Season to Seniors and Alumni.
The Week In Sports: Kickoff Return, Five Interceptions KO Raiders’ Hopes in Football Sectionals, 14-2; Raiders Finish Soccer Season With 14-6-3 Record; Blue Devil Gymnasts Finish Second Unbeaten Year.
Link -> "Holiday Gift Guide"

Grandma Moses
Cranberry Apple Conserve
Orchestra's Second Concert is a Passion
"Dogma", Original As Sin

Suburban Music Center Receives County Grants
Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremonies Are Set
First Night Westfield Events Announced
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GREEN THUMB…The Reverend Kenneth G. Hetzel, Pastor of the Willow Grove Presbyterian Church in Scotch Plains, is pictured in his garden among plants he has re-potted to give to formerly homeless families who are moving into their new apartments.

Editorial: "Thanksgiving … An Opportunity to Reflect On Our Communities’ Strength and Spirit"

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The Westfield Leader - PO Box 250, 50 Elm St., Westfield, NJ 07091, 908 232-4407; fax 908 232-0473
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