Westfield, Mountainside, Berkeley Heights, Scotch Plains, Fanwood, Union Cty, NJ Newspaper APR 20, 2000
Mountainside, Westfield, Scotch Plains and Fanwood Voters in Light
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CLEARING THE LAST HURDLE Blue Devil Susan Hinds, left, clears the last hurdle and eventually crosses the line before Raider Christina Hillman, right, to take first in the 100 hurdles.
The Week In Sports: Raiders Dominate Field Events to Top Lady Blue Devils in Track Meet, 72-51; Blue Devil Track Relays Yield Two Meet, One U. C. Record; Blue Devil Laxers Pulverize Stunned Pingry Girls, 12-4; Raider Softballers Stun Cranford Cougars, 5-4; Eagles Late Flight Tops Blue Devil Basemen, 12-8; Lady Spartans Skim GL Highlanders, 1-0.
Connecting Easter Symbols: Which Came First, The Bunny or the Egg?
Children Playing on the Beach
ARTIST OF WEEK
"Rules of Engagement" Court Martial Tale Is More Terror Than Trial
THE MAIN INGREDIENT
Vegetable Matzo Ball Soup
FIRST ROUND DRAFT PICK St. Barts Mens Softball League Commis-sioner Dom Lawrence, left, poses with St. Josephs team captain Dean Talcott, right, and his player selected from the third baseman pool, Stan Lesniewski, who was the first player selected, at the draft.
Editorial: Local SP Residents Get Gift This Year But Must Decide How Generous it Was
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