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Westfield, Mountainside, Scotch Plains, Fanwood, Union County, NJ Newspaper April 1, 1999
Bright Lights, Big Cameras, Little City: TV Pilot
‘Stuckeyville’ Being Shot in Historic Westfield


IT’S THE EASTER BUNNY!... Laura Burns, otherwise known as the Easter Bunny, is joined by, left to right, Michael Vilarino, Patrick Decker and Kayley Decker during last Saturday’s Easter Egg Hunt on the Village Green in Scotch Plains.
Westfield:
Former Elm Delicatessen to be Replaced By Italian Restaurant
Candidates Vying for Three School Board Seats Discuss Platforms
Charlie Brandt’s Service to Town Recalled During Retirement Event
Mayor Appoints Advisory Board To Upgrade TV-36 Programming
Scotch Plains:
Zoning Board Denies Magnolia Gardens Application for 95-Bed Nursing Facility on Martine Avenue
School Budget of $44,551,453 Gets OK from School Board Members
Mayor Says GOP Budget Proposal Would Harm Town’s Bond Rating


SPFW Schools
- Seven Board Candidates Vie for Positions; Tell Platforms

Fanwood:
Planning Board Approves Day Care Center To Succeed Long-time Pet Business on South Avenue
National Poets Featured In Carriage House Series

Letter - Commitment of Troops in Kosovo Reminiscent of U.S. Action in Vietnam


WELCOME TO STUCKEYVILLE!... Film crews shoot a scene for the CBC television pilot “Stuckeyville” outside of Vivian’s Kitchen. The restaurant was turned into a pie shop for the sitcom.


Union County and State:

  • County to Generate Aerial Photography For Geographic Information System

    County Lauds Restoration Of Westfield Town Clock

    Collection Dates are Revealed For Household Special Waste

  • The Week In Sports


    BLUE DEVIL TRACK & FIELD QUAD CAPTAINS… Pictured, left to right, are: Megan Shutts, Andrea Constandis, Allison Checchio and Alison Westerhold.

    • Raider Boys Track - WOODWARD, JONES, LOOMIS TO SHINE Look for Strong Push and Speed
      Lady Devils Seek Undefeated Season; Depth, Talent Make Up Track and Field Team
      Devil Trackmen Add Depth; Increase Speed; “KAZ”, PECORARO, ANZELONE NAMED CAPTAINS
      Raider Ladies Increase Depth, Need Distance Strength; Sprinters and Field Events Are Mainstay
      Gov. Livingston Looks For County Boy Baseball and Girl Softball Titles

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