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Westfield, Mountainside, Berkeley Heights, Scotch Plains, Fanwood, Union County, NJ News June 17, 1999
Westfield Police Sergeant Injured in Crash At
Intersection of Boulevard and West Grove


A CLASSIC TREASURE... Jerry Nielson, a Scotch Plains resident, gave festival goers the opportunity to admire his 1936 Ford Wagon during the Classic Car Show and Craft Fair in Scotch Plains.
Westfield:
Residents Voice Opposition to More Parking at Tamaques Park
Westfield High Seniors Gear Up For Graduation on Father’s Day
Zoning Board Postpones Vote on Community Center Application
Optimist Club Awards Presented; Staff Evaluation Reviewed by BOE
Mountainside
Trailside to Present Series Of Workshops for Children
Council Mulls Additional Lot

Berkeley Heights:
GOP Primary Victors To Face Independent Candidate
Scotch Plains/Fanwood
:
Board of Education Decides Leveling
Classic Car Show, Craft Fair Another Success in Township
Dean Oil Application to be Heard
Retiring Teachers Earn BOE Kudos
Open Space Referendum on Ballot
Union County and State:

Green Acres Official Proposes an Open Space Tax for County
Caucus Meeting On Women Initiatives
Heimlich, after 22-Year Law Career, To Become Superior Court Judge
County Job-Training Fair at Kean


UNDER INVESTIGATION... Police conduct their investigation at the scene of Monday’s serious traffic accident at Boulevard and West Grove Street. A Westfield Police Sergeant was critically injured in the accident, which is under investigation by the New Jersey State Police. Sergeant Patrick Gray’s 1998 Ford Truck, shown here, flipped over on its side after it collided with a 1997 Grand Prix driven by Cristobal Angulo, Jr., 17, of Union.

The Week In Sports


TAKING A MIGHTY SWING... Gary Cardinale of St. Patrick takes a mighty swing and swats a single over short in the fourth inning against St. Jude. The Pats came from behind to ruin St. Jude’s quest for victory.

  • HS Baseball Review:
    Devil Boys Display Season of Speed and Power
    Raiders Honed Skills in 2nd Half of Season
  • Men's Softball:
    A. J. Jersey Men Shut Down Mattress Factory, 15-12
    St. Patrick Softballers Spoil St. Jude’s Big Quest, 10-6
    CBI Diamond Men Invade Stunned Old Stars, 25-6
    Marian Ave. Softballers Fell Tenacious Poplar Place, 2-1

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NEW - "This Is Westfield" - 1999:
"Our Town Scotch Plains": Officials [22, 23], Police, Fire, Rescue [18], Worship [20], Schools [14]. [15], [27]. Recycling 25, Recreation [8], Business [10], ... more. Return to: Top of Page

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