Westfield, Mountainside, Berkeley Heights, Scotch Plains, Fanwood, Union Cty, NJ Newspaper SEP 30, 1999
Area Dead Birds Are Tested for West Nile-like Virus

OBSERVING ITS 20-YEAR ANNIVERSARY…NJ Transit’s new Executive Director Jeffrey A. Warsh, a Westfield resident, left, accepts a special presentation from Raritan Valley Rail Coalition Vice Chairman and Union County Freeholder Lewis Mingo of Plainfield. The presentation, given to Mr. Warsh during the group’s meeting this week in Westfield, congratulates NJ Transit on its 20th anniversary, which occurred earlier this summer.
Westfield:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Crowd of 35,000 Fills Downtown For FestiFall
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Angry Residents Voice Objections To Memorial Park, Pool Proposals
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Council Delays Payment to Contractor For Reconstruction Work at Sycamore Field
Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Clock Debut Highlights Fanwood Fair
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Expert Is Challenged During  Dean Oil Hearing
dot.jpg (865 bytes) SP Council Addresses Need to Renew Efforts Regarding Flood Control
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Scotch Plains Day/StreetFest Celebration On Tap This Saturday
Mountainside:
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dot.jpg (865 bytes) Boy Scouts Form Largest Council in New Jersey
County and State:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) County East-West Rail Link Estimated at Up to $221 Mil.
dot.jpg (865 bytes) NJ Transit Head: Direct Rail Service To NYC Remains a Distant Goal
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SWEEPING RIGHT FOR 55 AND A TOUCHDOWN… Blue Devil sophomore Terrence Jenkins sweeps right to begin his 55-yard touchdown run against the Cougars. Westfield defeated Cranford, 20-7, at Gary Kehler Stadium on September 25.
The Week In Sports:
Gridiron - Raiders Silence M. X. Bulldogs 18-15, Devils Foil Cranford Cougars, 20-7, Hillside Comets Shoot Down Highlanders, 28-14; Soccer - Raider Boys Daze Linden Tigers, 7-0, Vikings Plunder Roxbury Girls, 6-0, Blue Devils Burn Cougar Boys, 3-0, Lady Raiders LaForge Past Holy Family, 3-1; Devil Gymnasts Crunch Old Bridge, 101.05-85.5

ARTIST OF THE WEEK
Salvador Dali
(1904-1989)
PEN AND INK
Donny and Marie Try to Boost Their Careers; Pageant’s Ratings Plunge
POPCORN
For Love of the Game,
Take Me to the Movies
THE DINING TABLE
The Emerald, A Russian Restaurant  633 Morris Turnpike, Springfield

Arts & Humanities Month Observed Statewide This October
Munich Harmonic Brass To Present Concert
Two Famous Poets Kick-Of Fanwood’s Series

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WELCOME, FRIENDS…“Fanny Wood,” alias actress Tonya Francesca Cama, is introduced to festival-goers by Mayor Maryanne S. Connelly shortly before unveiling of the Millennium Clock during Sunday’s Fanny Wood Day celebration in Fanwood. She also portrayed the borough’s favorite lady at last year’s event.


Editorial: "Memorial Park, Pool Plan Just Another Controversial Proposal by Westfield Recreation Commission"

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