Westfield, Mountainside, Berkeley Heights, Scotch Plains, Fanwood, Union County, NJ - July 12, 2001
Corbets Back Home After Being Stranded in Water 

SIT AND SPIN...Riding the gyroscope was one of the highlights of Westfield's Family Fest and Circus Day.
Westfield:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Shannon Resigns As Town Administrator
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Quest for Parking Mgr. Must Resume  
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Warning Lights Sought for Lightning System
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Mayors Gear Up for Boat Race  
Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) SP Council Votes to Place LOSAP on Ballot 
dot.jpg (865 bytes) FW May Consider New Commercial Zone
dot.jpg (865 bytes) BOE Hires Builder for Park School Project
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Kenneth Lipstein Elected SP Dem. Chairman
Regional:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Franks to Head HealthCare Institute of NJ
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Ferguson Unveils Gun Safety Legislation
dot.jpg (865 bytes) GOP Hopes to Unite Party; Back Schundler
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Guards Charged in Defrauding Verizon
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Editorial: Westfield Needs to Move Forward Under Leadership of New Acting Administrator

PUTTING CONTEST WINNERS...Canoe Brook Country Club in Summit recently held its Three Day Member/Guest Golf Tournament. A nine-hole putting course designed by Leader/Times Sports Editor David B. Corbin , center, was mastered by Brian Lane of Scituate, Mass., left, and partner Jim Pagos of Short Hills.

The Week In Sports: St. Thomas Prevails, Topples St. Jude, 3-1, in Bumper; Bail Bondsmen Roll in Sixth; Nab Struggling Misfits, 13-6; Powerful St. Pats Pulverize St. Blaise, 18-7, in Bumper; Central Jersey Stars Play Soccer in S. America; Westfield Blue 10s Grab Regional Babe Ruth Title

Huey Lewis Delivers News: Hearing, Not Seeing is Believing

FEATURED ARTISTS:


Westfield Symphony Friends End Season
On High Note


PEN & INK:
 Toy Stores Stocked With Military Guns, Dolls Sends Mixed Message

THE DINERS:

Novita Ristorante, Westfield, 2 stars

MUSIC CORNER: 
Mega-Voice Featured At Opera Festival of NJ


STARS, STRIPES FOREVER...Laurie Feinberg and her Golden Retriever feted the Fourth of July in Fanwood's downtown. A collector of patriotic memorabilia, Ms. Feinberg sported pins, necklace and flags, while her dog was dressed for the holiday with an American flag bandana.  

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