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Legal Threats By County
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Westfield News

  • Revised Sidewalk Cafe Law

  • Board to Decide Exxon Case on March 9

  • Mountainside Police Chief Leaving After 32 Years


REMEMBERING LINCOLN... Governor Christine Whitman and Frank X. McDermott, Chairman of Union County Republicans, pose with members of the 14th Regiment New Jersey Volunteers, Company H, at Garwood annual GOP Lincoln Day affair.

  • Permits For Bulky Waste Program Dropping By $10

Rising School Enrollments,
Not A Surprise To Superintendent Dr. Choye
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LEARNING ABOUT NUTRITION... Scotch Plains pre-kindergarten children sample supermarket deli food during school tour.

  • Pre-Dawn Blaze Kills Woman, Eight Others Flee Home

Scotch Plains/Fanwood

  • Fanwood Council Seeks Further Distance For Sexually-Oriented Businesses

  • Schools Consider Early Fall Opening; State Aid Jumps

  • SP Council Unveils $15.7 MM Municipal Budget

The Week In Sports


Westfield Greg Friesen manuevers but Cranford Cougars prevail, 80-74

  • Blue Devil Keglers Roll Over Indians, Raiders, Vikings

  • Melendez Takes Mat Crown

  • Devil Girls Blast Kearny Cagers

  • Raiders Stop Minutemen In Basketball

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Weekly News In Depth

County
N.J. State Congress

Page 2

Governor Speaks to County Republicans, NJ Senate President DiFrancesco, Revenues Rise at County Clerk.

 

Page 3

Crossing guards 911 phones, Mountainside Council OK's Renovations, Environmental scholarships.

Editorial, Letters

Page 4

Trimming Municipal Budgets, Freeholders' Economic and Education Programs, FAA's 260 Route, Letters to the Editor.

 

Page 5

Letters to the Editor, Women's Club Issues, Strip Mall, Chamber Meetings.

Births
Social

Page 6

Miller-Cory Spotlight, Gray Family Foundation Scholarships, John Joseph Niekelskis, Bradley James Neumann.

 

Page 7

Eighth Graders 2nd in nation in Quiz Bowl, New Jersey Trivia, Civil War History Agenda, College Club Meeting.

 

Page 8

Schools pleased with State report card, Redeemer Lutheran School Open House, Eagle Scouts.

  "Obituaries"

Page 9

Former Mayor Thomass G. Dunn, Sr., Michael Kulpa, Eve Soltis, Maurice Corrigan, Dorothy Bedell

"Religion" 

Page 10

Mr. Banks to Give Concert, Dear Coach, Artwork at Congregational Church, St. Helen's Lent Program.

 

Page 11

Summer Camps, Free Income Tax Assistance, Internet Access at Fanwood Library, College Dean's List.
 

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Rotary Pancake Day, Junior League Scholarships, Students Study Antarctica via Internet.

 

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Cranford Dramatic Club, Bridge Classes, Rosera Eagle Scout, Westfield Foundation, Vo-Tech Adult School, Wardlaw-Hartridge Honors, Real Estate briefs.

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