Westfield, Mountainside, Berkeley Heights, Scotch Plains, Fanwood, Union Cty, NJ Newspaper MAR 09, 2000
Political Candidates Gain Party Line Nods,
Region's School Board Candidates Debut Campaigns
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SURFING THE WEB…Jeff DeSantis, left, a student at McKinley Elementary School, and Brian Gingrich, a Jefferson Elementary School pupil, honed their Internet skills with instruction by Children’s Librarian Andrienne Basso at the Westfield Memorial Library on February 28. Children in grades 3 and up were invited to the class, which was designed to teach Internet searching techniques.
Westfield:
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Mountainside:
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Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
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Union County and State:
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Editorial: "Don’t Let Energetic, Vibrant Westfield Explode Into Super Nova of Nothingness"
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DISCUSSING TEAM STRATEGY IN A TIGHT GAME…Blue Devil Head Basketball Coach Kevin Everly discusses team strategy near the end of a game with Elizabeth. The Blue Devil starting five consisted of one senior, three sophomores and one freshman.
The Week In Sports: Raiders Stun Shabazz in OT, Fall to Colonial Cagers 57-44; Blue Devils, Raiders Wrap Up Swimming Season at States; G.L. Marcantonio Captures Region 3 Mat Title at 162, Raiders Cousar Places 2nd & Romeo Gets Fourth; Five Raiders Named to Play Summer All-Star Football; G.L. Track Ladies Are Happy But Not Satisfied With Season

PEN AND INK
‘‘Dressed to Kill or Bolster Her Career, Lopez’ Gown Surpasses the Sickening"
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What’s In Bloom? Perceptions Of Flora  at Galleria West
ARTIST OF WEEK
Emeril Lagasse
THE MAIN INGREDIENT
Springtime Crab Salad
POPCORN
'Wonder Boys
A Bit of a Marvel
A WORD OR TWO
Philadelphia Flower Show Wraps Past and Future In Vivid Bouquet
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SEUSS ON THE LOOSE…Students in Bernadette Hoyer’s pre-kindergarten class at Brunner Elementary School in Scotch Plains recently participated in a celebration of Dr. Seuss and reading. Families pledged to read to their children on March 2 as part of the Read Across America program sponsored by the National Education Association. Art projects and activities were related to Dr. Seuss favorites such as “Green Eggs and Ham” and “One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish.” Pictured, left to right, are: Steven Magnotta, Marissa Ziering, Tyler Merriman and Lynn Babich.

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