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Westfield, Mountainside, Scotch Plains, Fanwood, Union County, NJ Newspaper April 29, 1999
Behavioral Warning Signs For Troubled Youth
Revealed By Violence Institute of New Jersey


GROUP EFFORT…The Fanwood Lions Club gears up for the borough’s annual Clean Communities Day last Saturday, during which volunteers picked up litter at various locations throughout the municipality. The 14-member Lions group cleaned 1.3 miles along Route 28, also known as South Avenue.
Westfield:
Council Holds Off on Joining Bergen Health Insurance Pool
BOE Bids Farewell To Susan Jacobson
Search Ensues In Vandalism At Cemetery
Town Meeting at WHS On Littleton Tragedy Is Televised Nationally
NASA Astronaut to Attend Westfield Lecture Series

Mountainside
Trailside’s Annual Pet Fair To Be Featured On May 2

Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
SP Budget Fails As Mr. Donatelli Breaks Ranks

Fanwood Volunteer Fair Garners New Recruits
Superintendent Choye Identifies Assessment As Administration’s Top Instructional Priority

Plainfield Man Convicted In Robbery and Assault Of Two Local Residents
Residents Disturbed by Plan to Rid Golf Street and Wood Road of Birds

Cranford
Arts, Crafts Fair On Tap In Cranford

Linden
Hospice Extends Counseling To Community Groups


DAMAGE CHECK…Senate President Donald T. DiFrancesco, second from left, presents a check for $100,000 to Scotch Plains Mayor Geri Samuel for damages sustained during last year’s Labor Day storm. Senator DiFrancesco and his 22nd District colleagues, Assemblyman Richard H. Bagger, left, and Assemblyman Alan M. Augustine, far right, led the effort to secure additional state aid for storm repairs. This additional funding means the state, not local taxpayers, will pick up most of the tab for the storm damages.

The Week In Sports


CLEARING 10 FEET…Blue Devil junior Josh Ray clears 10 feet in this attempt at the pole vault event.

  • Blue Devil Golfers Stop St. Joseph’s Squad, 161-172
    Lacrosse: Devils Drop Rutgers Prep Girls; Boys Burn
    N. Hunterdon
    Baseball; Blue Devils Rally in 6th, Beat Indian Diamond Boys, 6-5; Linden Tiger Boys Pounce Upon SPF Raider Nine, 17-5; Hot Raiders Topple Hilltoppers, 6-5; Highlanders Drop Crusader Boys, 11-1
    Softball; Determined Raiders Quell Cougar Diamond Girls, 4-3

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