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Westfield, Mountainside, Scotch Plains, Fanwood, Union County, NJ Newspaper May 13, 1999
SP-F High Students Pay Tribute With Memorial To
Three Local Men Who Lost Their Lives in Vietnam


ON THE SCENE...The crew from TV-34 take a break during the filming of last week’s National Day of Prayer service in Scotch Plains. Pictured, left to right, are: Emmi Rank, Bob Merkle and George Doldourus.
Westfield:
Council OKs $1.2M Grant Application
Zoning Bd. Postpones Decision On Comm. Center Expansion
Flashing Crosswalk Warning System Considered as One Effective Option to Help ‘Calm’ Traffic for Pedestrians
BOE Considers Supervisory Position; Reviews New Elementary World Languages Program
Mountainside
Public Hearing Set On Comcast Franchise
Democrats To Host Wine and Cheese


Scotch Plains/Fanwood
:
Revised SP Township Budget To be Funded By 5-Point Tax Hike

Residents of Fanwood May Have Opportunity To Help Decide Future of Dean Oil Property
Fanwood Police Chief Robert Carboy Outlines Precautions For Child Safety During Program Sponsored by GOP Club

Berkeley Heights:
Officials Reduce School Budget By $325K After Defeat

Union County:
County Unveils Master Plan To Develop Port Region
Seventh Networking Cruise To Coincide With Fleet Week


LOCAL TEACHER RECOGNIZED…Governor Christine Todd Whitman, center, recently met with Westfield High School teacher Frances Trees, one of 20 recipients of the Siemens Foundation National Award. Advanced Placement Awards were presented to 20 teachers nationwide, and Ms. Trees was one of two New Jersey recipients. The awards honor both outstanding students and teachers in the fields of mathematics and science. Also pictured with the Governor is Dr. Thomas Grandke, President and Chief Executive Officer of Siemens Corporate Research.

The Week In Sports


COMING DOWN TO EARTH…Raider Blair Woodward crashes into the pit in the long jump during the Watchung Conference Tournament at Gary Kehler Stadium in Westfield on May 7-8.

  • Track: Raider Boys Breeze Through With Watchung Title; Raider Girls Grab Watchung Title From Blue Devils
    Lacrosse: Pingry Laxers Out-Last Blue Devil Girls, 13-9; Lady Devil Laxers Top Immaculate Heart
    Baseball; Blue Devil Baseballers Rout Blue Knight Boys, 11-1; Pioneer Boys Shutout Raiders in UCT; Highlanders Stun Spartan Nine, 5-4
    Softball; Devil Diamond Girls Quell Columbia Cougars, 6-2; Highlander Girls Topple Unbeaten Spartans, 3-0
    Golf: Blue Devil Golfers Capture Union County Golf Crown

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