Westfield, NJ Regional Newspaper...... Thursday, June 18, 1998
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TEN-YEAR PLAN PROPOSED
Officials Say Debt Is Not Necessary To Fund Projects
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Westfield News

  • School Board Strategic Planning Concludes

  • Harrow Road Residents Seeking Resolve on Sewer Backup Damages

  • Two Juveniles Face Burglary Charges In Connection With Vehicle Break-ins


IN KEEPING WITH WESTFIELD'S HERITAGE... Several were honored last Thursday for considering the town's heritage and preservation standards when upgrading their properties during a ceremony by the Westfield Historic Preservation Commission. Pictured are: front row, Stacey Farley, the artist commissioned for the murals in the new train station underpass; Anne Bossi, Mary Strickland, Shirley Walsh, Mary Beth deBrueys, all award recipients; Friends of Mindowaskin Park President Nancy W. Priest and award recipients Joyce Wiadzionek and Chris Myers; second row, award recipient Steve Traflet, Acting Mayor James J. Gruba, Scott Strickland, John Walsh and award recipients Glenn deBrueys and Edward Wiadzionek and Larry Myers, and back row, former Mayor and Westfield Historical Society member Bud C. Boothe, Jr.

`IDENTITY' CONCEPT FAILED TO WIN STRONG SUPPORT
Council Bows Out of `Centre Boulevard' Proposal in Wake of Public Opposition
The TIMES Front Pages


RECOGNIZED...Congressman Bob Franks presents Maria Hodges of Scotch Plains, who attends Mount Saint Mary Academy in Watchung, with a Certificate of Special Recognition during the Seventh Congressional District's local sponsorship of "An Artistic Discovery: The Nationwide Congressional High School Art Competition." Hosted by Schering Plough in Kenilworth, the competition featured more than 45 young artists representing 24 schools from throughout Central New Jersey.

Scotch Plains/Fanwood

  • Fanwood Adopts Ordinance Permitting Side and Rear Cafe's at Local Restaurants

  • School Board Members Disagree Over Benefits of NUI Agreement

  • COMMITTEE REVIEWS COMCAST CONTRACT, Scotch Plains Ordinance Revises Speed Limits on Rahway Road

The Week In Sports


EXCHANGING PLEASANTRIES. Westfield High School Head Golf Coach Joe Soviero, right, exchanges jokes with Scotch Plains-Fanwood Head Golf Coach Steve Ciccotelli, left, prior to the start of the Union County Golf Tournament at Echo Lake Country Club in Westfield.

  • BLUE DEVIL GOLFERS FINISH 18-0, Coach Soviero Retires After Stellar Career

  • DEVIL SEASON HIGHLIGHTED BY 100 YEARS OF FOOTBALL, Athletes Uphold Their Winning Tradition in 1997-98

  • RAIDER SEASON HIGHLIGHTED BY GROUP 3 BOYS SOCCER TITLE, Boys and Girls Display Remarkable Ability in 1997-98

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