Westfield, NJ RegionalNewspaper...... Thursday, September 10, 1998
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VIOLENT STORM DAMAGES TREES AND WIRES
Power Out, Schools Close, Trees Down, As Labor Day Ends

Westfield - Mountainside

  • Mountainside Rescue Squad Holds Open House To Generate Volunteers

  • School Board Discusses Tax Impact Of Proposed Bond

  • Jitney Buses May Alleviate Parking Woes


CRUSHED... This car parked on Burns Way in Fanwood was crushed by a fallen tree during Monday’s powerful storm. Fanwood officials estimate storm damage for the borough at over $1 million. Like neighboring municipalities, Fanwood residents sustained significant property damage.

Fanwood Residents Air Mixed Sentiments
On Controversial Pocket Park Proposal


COUNTY PRESSES FOR ANSWERS...Union County Freeholder Chairman Daniel P. Sullivan, center, assesses damage on Seventh Avenue at Terrill Road in Plainfield, Tuesday afternoon, following Monday’s storm. Also on hand to answer questions from reporters, pictured left to right, are: Union County Sheriff Ralph G. Froehlich, Union County Director of Public Works Frank E. Dann, Jr., County Freeholder Lewis Mingo, Jr., State Assemblyman Gerald Green, Plainfield City Administrator Walter D. McNeil and Plainfield Fourth Ward City Councilman Harold Mitchell.

Scotch Plains - Fanwood

  • Fanwood CSH Outpatient Center Gives Hope To Disabled Kids

  • Councilman Whitaker Calls For Meaningful Tax Reform

  • SP-F BOE-Teachers’ Union Still Seeking New Contract

  • Planning in Fanwood Continues for Street Fair

The Week In Sports


RAIDER TEAM CAPTAINS…Senior Todd Moser, #2, and junior Eugene Ferrara, #11, will be sharing the responsibilities as Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School boys soccer Co-Captains.

  • Young Blue Devil Girls Face Challenging Soccer Schedule

  • Raider Boys Show Optimism; Will Field Solid Soccer Team

  • St. Joseph Wins it in Eighth; Ruins St. Jude’s Quest, 9-7

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