Westfield, Mountainside, Berkeley Heights, Scotch Plains, Fanwood, Union County, NJ - August 9, 2001
NYC Trash Trains Are Planned From Linden

IN LOVE AT ECHO LAKE...Geri and Greg Imbracio of Linden share a dinner for two among music fans at Echo Lake Park in Mountainside during a concert with "Who's Johnny." The couple, which dine al fresco each week, have attended the outdoor music programs at the park since the inception of the concert series.
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Westfield to Welcome New Businesses
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dot.jpg (865 bytes) Limiting Residential Expansion Favored
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Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
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Editorial:  Time Has Come for County Freeholders to Step Up to Plate on Ashbrook Ballfields; Education on Obeying Driving Rules Needs to Accompany Enforcement of Traffic Laws
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Commentary: The Presidency of Bush Is Most Invisible Since Coolidge; Cell Phones, Driving Is Recipe for Disaster

STRAIGHT SHOOTER...Claire Butler of Mountainside participated in her seventh National Senior Games, where 9,000 participants from ages 50-101 competed in 18 sports events. She competed in archery, and since 1989 has broken records and won six gold medals and one silver. She also competed in the U.S. National Indoor. She earned first and second place in compound fingers in outdoors in Michigan, and placed first this year.

The Week In Sports: Pat Wins Battle of No. Ones, Block St. Jude's Quest, 5-3; Chico Advances to "B" Finals, Squeaks Past Friday's, 14-13; Pep Again Men Chuckle Past Kilburg's Klowns, 10-8; Red Thunder Jolts JCC Club 40, 21-16. 

Michaels Mellows Out, Kicks It Up on New CD FASHION PLATE:

Local Models Burn Up Catwalk at PNC Center
Fritz Galt Pens Thriller
Judy Garland, West Wing Shoot Overshoot Sopranos' Gangsters
Fanwood Tradition Preserved at Bandstand


RIPE FOR THE PICKING...Local residents flocked to the Farmers Market in Scotch Plains, selecting from Jersey Fresh produce. The event is sponsored by the Scotch Plains Business & Professional Association.

Planet of The Apes: Remake See, Remake Do

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