Westfield, Mountainside, Berkeley Heights, Scotch Plains, Fanwood, Union Cty, NJ Newspaper FEB 03, 2000
In Tragic Fire at Seton Hall University
Scotch Plains Freshman Rescues Fellow Student
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FINDING A HOME…The USS New Jersey Battleship, known as the most decorated warship in U.S. naval history, recently found its permanent home in the Camden waterfront. The state’s Battleship New Jersey Commission had also proposed the waterfronts of Hudson and Bayonne as possible home bases for the battleship.
Special: BOE Candidacy Guidelines
Westfield:

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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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Editorial: "Recreation Commission Need Not Operate In Vacuum When Considering Future Plans"
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THE END…Raider 160-pounder Mike Grabel, left, has Minuteman Elija Jean-Lewis tightly clenched. Grabel got  the pin in 2:40, upped his record to 10-1. The Raiders won the match, 36-25.
The Week In Sports: WRESTLING: Raiders Win Heart Thumper Over Elizabeth; Farmers Harvest Devils; Highlanders Edged By Pioneers and Rocked By Indians; HOCKEY: Don Bosco Ironmen Chill Devils, 12-5; HOOPMEN: Blue Knights Jolt Raiders, 47-38; Highlanders De-Ice Comets and Burn Crusaders; Devils Skin Warriors; CAGER GIRLS: Raiders Ding Blue Knights And Damage J. P. Stevens; Devils Fall to East Side But Jar Tigers; Lions Lullaby Vikings.

PEN AND INK
‘‘Madonna’s Cover of ‘American Pie’ Is Enough to Make This Editor Cry"
ARTIST OF THE WEEK
Norman Rockwell
(1894-1978)

POPCORN
"Angela’s Ashes"
A Fine Sadness

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Cynthia Meryl, Artistic Director of Westfield Young Artists’ Cooperative Theatre (WYACT) in 1978 New York revival of Cole Porter’s The Gay Divorce.
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SCARLET KNIGHTS…SPFW HS football standouts, left to right, Nathan Jones, Bob Dinsmore and Ron Jenerette, prepare to sign their letters of intent to Rutgers University. The trio received full scholarships. Standing, left to right, are: Francine Jones, Bob Dinsmore, Raider Head Football Coach Steve Ciccotelli, Maggie Dinsmore, Wendy Jenerette and Ronald Jenerette.
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