The Week of November 30 - December 7, 1999 (Visit our Archives)
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Assemblyman Dave Rible (R-11) is pictured with Red Bank Regional High School students during the American Cancer Society's Little Silver Relay for Life event last Friday. The annual event raises funds for the fight against cancer.

This Week's Top Stories

Support For Wilentz Center
The Two River Times™ publisher Diane Gooch (third from left) presented a check for $12,500 to the Monmouth Medical Center Foundation last Tuesday.
West Side Christian Academy Graduates First Senior
RECENTLY, THE WEST Side Christian Academy (WSCA) in Red Bank became 'the little school that could' when it graduated its first high school senior.
Food for Thought Grows at Seashore School
LONG BRANCH - Students of Seashore School have embarked on a project that's anything but garden variety.
Council Candidate Takes TRT For A Walk On The West-Side
RED BANK - Before John Tyler ever considered running for Borough Council he was a resident of Red Bank's west side community, where he still lives today.
State Police Make 30 Drug, Alcohol Arrests At PNC
HOLMDEL - Of the 30 arrests made by the New Jersey State Police at last weekend's Stone Temple Pilots concert at the PNC Arts Center approximately half of those were for underage drinking according to the NJ State Police spokesperson Sergeant Steven Jones.
Hearings Begin In Lawsuit Over Deed Transfer For Bridge Construction Project
FREEHOLD - "There are so many questions, I don't know where to begin," said attorney Michael A. Cifelli as he argued in state Superior Court last Friday on behalf of the Borough of Highlands, in a motion hearing concerning the Highlands-Sea Bright bridge construction project.
Once Again, Middletown Postpones Vote On Budget
MIDDLETOWN - Once again the Middletown Township Committee delayed voting on the 2008 proposed budget until at least the June 16th meeting.
Ranney Seniors Forgo Finals To Focus On Community Service
TINTON FALLS - With a bottle of bleach in one hand and a sponge in the other, Ranney School senior Arika Aggarwal attacked the mold that had sprouted up on the underside of the mattress, while her classmate, Sandeep Gourkanti kept the unwieldy piece of furniture from collapsing on his friend's head.
Red Bank Regional Honors Its Distinguished Alumni For 2008
LITTLE SILVER - The Red Bank Regional (RBR) Education Foundation recently held its seventh Distinguished Alumni Dinner honoring ten alumni who spanned graduation years from 1938 through 1982. The honorees included several World War II veterans, longtime Red Bank business proprietors, exceptional educators, community volunteers, a jazz performer and sculptor, a former deputy police chief and the current and first African American fire chief in Red Bank.
Veteran Blood Donors Highlight Need To Give
SHREWSBURY - Veteran blood donors Jim and Linda Parker visited Central Jersey Blood Center in Shrewsbury last Wednesday on a special mission. For the past four years, the Parkers have been driving across the country donating blood in every state.