The Week of November 30 - December 7, 1999 (Visit our Archives)
Photo by Scott Longfield
Sea Bright Mayor Maria Fernandes (left) being interviewed by a television news crew about the visiting pod of dolphins that is bringing even more summer visitors than usual to her town.

This Week's Top Stories

Beam It Up!
Financial contributors lined up to sign the steel beam that will be used for the highest point of the new Multipurpose Activity Center...
Fort Hancock Played A Role In Radar Development
SANDY HOOK - A little known chapter in the history of Fort Hancock has resurfaced recently...
Grant Funds Expansion For Amanda's Easel
WEST KEANSBURG - For the past 10 years, Amanda's Easel was a single-room, creative arts therapy center...
Volunteers Help Spinal-Cord Injured Enjoy Surfing
LONG BRANCH - With the help of a large team of volunteers, disabled surfers were able to enjoy being back...
St. George's Gives Inspiring Centennial Celebration
Members and friends of St. George's-By-The-River Episcopal Church gathered on the church lawn last Sunday...
Our Lady Of Perpetual Help Celebrates 125th Year
Approximately 500 parishIoners joined with Bishop John Smith, the Rev. Robert Tynski, pastor, and three former pastors at a Mass and Shore Casino dinner-dance to celebrate the 125th anniversary of the founding of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church..
Better Than Sea World!
Pod of dolphins brings spectators, TV cameras, to Sea Bright
That phrase has been a part of daily conversation among residents of the two-river area for nearly three weeks after a pod of approximately 12-15 dolphins found their way up the Shrewsbury River.
Park Service Grants Developer Another Extension Fort Hancock has another year to show proof of financing
SANDY HOOK - Four years after the National Park Service approved a lease agreement allowing a private developer to renovate and rent out a minimum of 36 buildings at Fort Hancock for commercial use, and four years into a legal challenge to that agreement, the NPS has granted another one-year extension of time for the developer to find the necessary funding for the project.
AH Residents Express Frustration Over Gas Company Cleanup
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS - Representatives for New Jersey Natural Gas came in for a grilling last Thursday as residents and elected officials expressed frustration over slow progress in the ongoing cleanup of contamination caused by a former borough gas manufacturing plant.
Paddling For A Clean Ocean
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS - Jersey girls love the ocean, and Margo Pellegrino is no exception.
AH Hopes To Tweak Budget Before Final Adoption
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS - The borough council will likely have to wait for another couple of weeks before it can vote to adopt the municipal budget.
AH Council Approves Hike In Water And Sewer Fees
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS - With the Borough Council's adoption of two ordinances last week, some borough homeowners may see a little tax relief, but all property owners will have to pay more for their water and sewer charges..
Owners Of Ashes Restaurant Agree To Pay Back Rent
FREEHOLD - It appears that Ashes cigar club will continue operating out of its Red Bank location after the owners agreed to pay outstanding rent.
Sea Bright Sees Pool Club As Key To Smart Growth
SEA BRIGHT - Last Thursday the Borough of Sea Bright held a third meeting to discuss the Borough's Smart Growth Project.