Westfield, Mountainside, Berkeley Heights, Scotch Plains, Fanwood, Union Cty, NJ Newspaper SEP 23, 1999
Cranford Hardest Hit With Home Flooding - The Water Crisis Reviewed
Floyd Pummels Area With Flooding, Power Outages
It’s Not Over Yet as Towns Face Ongoing Water Crisis

CLEANING HOUSE…Residents along Glenwood Avenue in Cranford were forced to “clean house” of waterlogged belongings after Hurricane Floyd ripped through their neighborhood. The storm was reportedly the worst ever to hit Cranford. Due to the two-foot rise of the Rahway River above the dike, residents of adjacent streets became swamped.
Westfield:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Westfield Suffers Flooding, Outages
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Lack of Access to TV-36 Station for Emergency Messages Irks Officials, Town Council Members
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Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Borough and Township Escape Most Hardships Of The Storm
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Fanny Wood Day Slated This Sunday Afternoon
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Raritan, Rahway Intersection May Be Aided By Proposed Blinking Warning Lights
Mountainside:
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Berkeley Heights:
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County and State:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Officials Offer Tips On Avoiding Disaster Scams
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Residents Seeking Disaster Aid Need to Apply to FEMA Soon
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MANY GREAT SAVES…Blue Devil junior goalie Michelle Meglaughlin makes a save in the second half against the East Brunswick girls. Meglaughlin literally saved the day for the Devils.

The Week In Sports: Raiders’ Kicking ‘D’Fense, Jones Halt Hudson Catholic Hawks, 34-12; Soccer Blue Devils Tie Lady Bears in 2 OT, 3-3; Marist Royal Knights Darken Devil Gridmen’s Hopes, 32-15; Big Plays by Indians Topple Highlander Gridmen, 35-13


ARTIST OF THE WEEK
Maurits Cornelis Escher
(1898-1972)
THE MAIN INGREDIENT
The Perfect Pesto Over Pasta, Basil the Edible Flower
POPCORN
Stigmata, This Movie’s A Real Bleeder

Green Thumbs of the Garden Club of Westfield Turn Love For Flora and Fauna into Artistry
Westfield Symphony Orchestra Appoints Musicologist for Season
Harvest Festival Set At Trailside Center

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WELCOME HOME, FANNY…A banner stretched across Martine Avenue in Fanwood heralds the fourth annual Fanny Wood Day celebration, which will take place in the borough’s downtown this Sunday, September 26, from noon until 5 p.m. The highlight of this year’s festival will be the debut of the Millennium Clock at the corner of South and Martine Avenues at 2 p.m.

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Photogallery - Street Map - "This Is Westfield" - "Our Town Scotch Plains"
The Westfield Leader - PO Box 250, 50 Elm St., Westfield, NJ 07091, 908 232-4407; fax 908 232-0473
The Times - PO Box 368, 1906 Bartle Ave, Scotch Plains, NJ 07076, 908 322-4155
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