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Westfield, Mountainside, Scotch Plains, Fanwood, Union County, NJ Newspaper May 06, 1999
Westfield Community Steals Spotlight
On MSNBC’s ‘Lessons of Littleton’ Special


PANEL OF EXPERTS…MSNBC anchorman Tom Brokaw questions panelists, pictured left to right, former Wyoming Senator Alan Simpson; Larry Pratt, Executive Director of Gun Owners of America; Hugh Price, President of the National Urban League; Dave Thomas, District Attorney for Jefferson County in Colorado; Governor Christine Todd Whitman, and Secretary of Education Richard Riley during last week’s live telecast.
Westfield:
Eva Morton Achieves Philhower Fellowship From School Board for Superior Teaching
Governing Body Debates Pros, Cons of Four-Year Terms for Mayor, Council
Standing Room Only Crowd Attends Fifth Annual Conference At United Methodist Aimed at Stamping Out Hate Crimes
Union County to Move Ahead With $15 Million Renovation of County Police Headquarters Located in Westfield
Mountainside
Irvington Man Sentenced To 40 Months in Prison For Defrauding Banks
Mountainside BOE Swears in Members; Mulls School Safety

Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
SP Democrats, Republicans Stand Firm on Budget Plans

Scotch Plains-Fanwood School Board Names Mrs. Larkin As President; Elects Dr. Donald Sheldon as Vice President
Councilman Donatelli Discusses Aftermath of Rejecting Budget

New Pocket Park in Fanwood to be Developed As Passive Site, Precluding Team Sport Events
Letter Carriers Continue Protest at S.P. Post Office

The Week In Sports


MAKING THE TURN…Blue Devil Heather Dennis, right, clears another hurdle as she makes the turn toward the finish line at the Union County Relays.

  • Track: Lady Blue Devils Skin Cardinals for County Title; Raider Boys Place 2nd at County Relays
    Lacrosse: Hopewell Valley Girls Sink Devils, 8-6; BridgeH2O Downs Lady Blue Devils, 10-7
    Baseball; Farmers Halt Blue Devils, 4-1; Minutemen Out-Slug SP-F Raider, 13-8; Highlanders Pound A. L. Johnson Nine 14 -6
    Softball; St. Bart’s Mens Softball League Holds Player Draft
    Tennis: Devil Netmen Finish Second to Summit in UCT

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