Westfield, Mountainside, Berkeley Heights, Scotch Plains, Fanwood, Union Cty, NJ Newspaper SEP 16, 1999
Hurricane Floyd Is Striking NJ With Record Rains And Floods
Governor Declares State Of Emergency

GEARING UP FOR THE YEAR…Carrie Meyer, fourth-grade teacher at Wilson Elementary School, puts the finishing touches on her “Weather Wise” bulletin board. Ms. Meyer is devoting the month of September to an intensive study of weather and its affects on daily life.
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Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
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Towing Company’s Case Sparks Debate During Fanwood Council Meeting
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Scotch Plains Township to Lease 25 Acres For Ball Fields, Jogging Track
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THE HIGH-FLYING BLUE DEVIL GYMNASTS…Pictured, left to right, are: front row; Marissa Marcus, Ali Yuhas, Ashley Flood, Jenna Noonan, Rachel Skolnick, Katie Bonard and Lauren Chella; middle row, Christina Massa, Jessica Caravello, Bethany Goldman, Lauren Caravello, Lesha Brummell and Sarah Burke; back row, Kathryn Solon, TaraClarke, Robyn Ehrlich, Tamara Yellin, Allison Greene, Megan Brown and Coach Ellen Kovac.

The Week In Sports: Fall High School Sports Schedule; ‘Joe’ Boys Get St. Bart Title and Corral St. James ‘Gang’, 6-5; Blue Devil Gymnasts Envision Another Undefeated Season; Raider Gridmen Have Numbers, Mature Line; Devil Field Hockey Team SetsSights on UC Title

Edvard Munch
Momotaro Japanese Cuisine
1425 Raritan Rd, ClarkJ

Outside Providence
There’s Nothing About Mary

Mural Artist Beautifies Alleyway in Westfield
Cryptkeepers, Elephants and Heroic Mice: The Saturday Morning Diet for Children
Dr. Schlosberg, Westfield Student Attend Alphorn Institute Abroad

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THANK YOU…Julia Black, organizer of “First Night Westfield,” thanks Assemblyman and former Westfield Mayor Richard H. Bagger for sponsoring the Fiscal Year 2000 Appropriations Act that provides $250,000 for the First Night New Jersey Coalition.   Assemblyman Bagger, Chairman of the Appropriations Committee, was asked to support funding in the Fiscal Year 2000 State Budget for First Night New Jersey programs to mark the new millennium. A lifelong resident of Westfield, Assemblyman Bagger has attended past First Night Westfield festivities and kicked off the event two years ago.

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