Westfield, NJ Regional Newspaper...... Thursday, January 07, 1999
Parking Tops Westfield Mayor's Agenda
Downtown, Zoo Property are SP Mayor’s Priorities


A “WORK IN PROGRESS”... Mayor Thomas C. Jardim, holding his daughter, Cecile, is administered the oath of office for his second term by Union County Counsel Carol I. Cohen, right. Holding the Holy Bible, at left, is the Mayor’s wife, Karen. The Mayor said he views his second inauguration “not so much as the initiation of something new, but as the continuation of a work in progress.”


SHOW OF UNITY...Tarquin Bromley is sworn in New Year’s Day as a new member of the Scotch Plains Council by former Councilman Robert Johnston, one the Republicans he and his running-mates defeated this past November. Looking on are his wife, Linda Bromley, and son, Alex.

  • County Providers, Volunteers Help Combat Substance Abuse; County Provides Special Site For Child-In-Waiting Show; Freeholder Stender, Pupils Tour Compost Facility
  • Mr. DiFrancesco Seeks Review Of Bus Safety After Crashes

Blue Devil Icemen Place Third in Holiday Tourney


TOURNAMENT MOST VALUABLE PLAYER…Blue Devil Liz McKeon, No. 21, not only scored 18 points in each game but also played very strong in every aspect of the games during the Panther Pride Basketball Tournament held at Roselle Park on December 29. Westfield defeated Roselle Park, 36-25, in the title game.

The Week In Sports

  • Lady Blue Devil ‘B’ballers Ice Panthers, 36-25; Win Classic
  • Devil Classic Tourney Takes National Wrestling Flavor
  • Raider Matmen Capture Two Thirds at Hunterdon Tourney
  • Lady Raider Cagers Whip Cougars, 37-14; Win Classic

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