Westfield, NJ RegionalNewspaper...... Thursday, July 09, 1998
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NEIGHBORS OBJECT TO DECISION
Planning Bd. Gives Subdivision Of Kent Place

The Westfield Leader Front Pages

Westfield News

  • Restrictions for Amateur Radio Questioned

  • Town Trying to Lease Playground at Lincoln School

  • Memorial Park Improvements Considered


AN INDEPENDENT NATION...Congressman Bob Franks, representing the Seventh District, addresses Westfield Community Band concert-goers during last Thursday’s special Fourth of July holiday performance at Mindowaskin Park.

SIDES HOPE TO AGREE BEFORE SCHOOL BEGINS
School Board, Teachers Union to Renew Talks in Bid to Reach Contract Settlement
The TIMES Front Pages


ENJOYING THE SHOW...Enjoying the Scotch Plains Summer Concert Series on the Village Green, left to right, are: Kristina Kalkstein, 7, Ryan Kalkstein, 2, and their mother, Susan Kalkstein. The youngsters enjoyed a snack during the concert by the 63rd Army Band of the New Jersey National Guard, the only military band in the state.

Scotch Plains/Fanwood

  • Ground Broken for New Columbus Monument At Township Complex

  • Fanwood Council to Evaluate Proposals Submitted by Community Assessment Committee

  • Flood Control Commission Awaiting Washington on Green Brook Funding

The Week In Sports


SLIDING UNDER THE TAG... Steve Walsh of the Jolly Trolley avoids the tag from Charlie Brown’s catcher Roger Love as pitcher Neil Kamler looks on. The Trolley won the “Family Feud”, 11-6 at Tamaques Park in Westfield.

  • Jovial Jolly Trolley Rumbles Over Charlie Brown’s, 11-6

  • C & C Landscaping Trims Flannigan’s Pub, 12-9

  • Shady Lane Tracks Down Hunter Avenue, 11-5

  • St. Joseph Keeps Rolling; Crunches St. Jude, 11-2

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