Westfield, Mountainside, Berkeley Heights, Scotch Plains, Fanwood, Union Cty, NJ Newspaper July 13, 2000
Westfield Parking Deck Deliberations
Continue to Fail to Produce Unified Decision

HARRY POTTER CRAZE…The Town Book Store in Westfield hosted a party last Friday evening for fans of the Harry Potter book series who were awaiting the release of J.K. Rowling’s fourth installment, “Goblet of Fire.” The event was a celebration of the novel’s release to book buyers at midnight on Saturday. Approximately 500 books were pre-sold before the event. Participants dressed as characters of the novel.

Editorial:
Roundtable Program Was Well-Intentioned But Follow-Up Essential for Series’ Success.
Westfield:
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Mountainside, Berkeley Heights:
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Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
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dot.jpg (865 bytes) DOT Seeks OK From SP for New Bridge
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dot.jpg (865 bytes) FW Planning Board Members Disagree About Allowing Internally-Illuminated Signs

NEWS FROM THE COUNTY AND REGION
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dot.jpg (865 bytes) MediaNews Purchases Local Weekly Newspapers
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Editorial: Someone Wasn’t Thinking When Planning Recent Union County Road Closures.
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ONE MAN WRECKING CREW… Mike Juchnik of Kilburg’s Klowns whacks his fourth hit of the evening against D&L Locksmiths as catcher Leo Hoy and umpire Ed Zazzali marvel at Juchnik’s preciseness. Not only did Juchnik dazzle D&L with the “metal stick” but he was also quite impressive at shortstop.
The Week In Sports: Montrose Homers, Tip Shady Lane Softballers, 8-6; Kilburg’s Klowns ‘Klobber’ D&L Locksmith Men, 11-4; JCC Marauders Shoot Down Out-Manned Old Stars, 25-7; Bandits Rally but Union Devils Prevail, 9-8; Mariners Capture SPFYBA Little League World Series

Tina Turns to Leisurely Retirement; We Remember Her As ‘Simply the Best’
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DINING TABLE
Rod’s Steak & Seafood Grille, Convent Station
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ARTIST OF WEEK
Beverly Cleary
(1916- )

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ROAD WORK DETOUR …Resurfacing and restriping work on a number of area roads recently caused detours and big headaches for commuters, shoppers and other motorists. This intersection at Springfield Avenue and East Broad Street in Westfield was among roads closed in the last week by the Union County Division of Engineering.

POP CORN
"The Patriot"
You Gotta Believe
THE MAIN INGREDIENT
Summer Plum Cobbler

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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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