The Week of November 30 - December 7, 1999 (Visit our Archives)

This Week's Top Stories

Two River Children's Festival Features Anti-Bullying Message
RED BANK - Eleven Monmouth County kids are making a stand against bullying--and taking it to the big screen.
Parker Family Health Center Conducts Voter Registration Drive
RED BANK - The Parker Family Health Center is conducting a voter registration drive for patients at the clinic.
Learning The Dance Of Love In Red Bank
RED BANK - Joyce Richards openly admits she's addicted! To Argentine Tango dancing that is.
FH Meeting On Feasibility Of Two River Police Merger Draws Few Residents
FAIR HAVEN - The Borough of Fair Haven hosted the second public meeting to discuss the feasibility of merging the police departments of Fair Haven, Little Silver, and Rumson at the Knollwood School on Hance Avenue on Monday night.
Closing Of Fort Presents Housing Opportunity For Homeless
TINTON FALLS - As the Fort Monmouth Economic Revitalization Planning Authority continues to plan for the future use of the military installation and the once military operations finally and fully depart the area, the authority must take into account one other issue: homelessness.
GAO Audit Finds DOD Underestimated Cost To Move Fort, Brain Drain
FORT MONMOUTH - Faced with mounting costs, the loss of experienced personnel, the need to construct facilities at the proposed new location and to hire, train and obtain the perquisite security clearances, and other potential obstacles, it could take as much as an additional five to 13 years for the Department of Defense to fully transfer and establish operations from Fort Monmouth to its new location.
The Flag Flies High At Seagull's Nest
SANDY HOOK - For 22 years, Ed Segall has been celebrating the sunset over NWS Earle's waterfront complex with the crowds that gather to see it at the Sea Gull's Nest at Gateway National Recreation Area.
Sea Bright Ballot Question Seeks Change In School Funding Formula
SEA BRIGHT - On Tuesday night the Borough of Sea Bright passed a resolution to place a non-binding ballot question on the General Election ballot to gain support for changing the regional school-funding formula.
AH Police Investigating Suspicious Vehicle Fire
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS - Chief Jerry Vasto stated a vehicle fire was reported at approximately 3:30 a.m., August 13 on Third Avenue near East Lincoln Avenue.
Drunk Driving Enforcement Stepped Up In Middletown
MIDDLETOWN - Law enforcement officers from Middletown Township will be cracking down on drunk drivers as part of the Over the Limit Under Arrest 2008 Statewide Crackdown.