The Week of November 30 - December 7, 1999 (Visit our Archives)
Photo by Scott Longfield
Members of Fort Monmouth's HazMat (Hazardous Materials) team and the Red Bank Fire Department responded to a report of a gas leak at Red Bank Recycling Center on Friday, October 3.

This Week's Top Stories

Hello, Columbus!
MONDAY, OCTOBER 13, at precisely 11;15 a.m., New York's Columbus Day Parade will kick off, stepping smartly down Fifth Avenue.
First Mayor's Ball Raises $15,000 For New Library
ATL. HIGHLANDS - Members of the Atlantic Highlands community gathered at the Shore Casino last Friday night for the Mayor's Ball, a fundraising event for the Atlantic Highlands Library, which is in need of larger quarters.
BCC Displays Pearl Harbor Artifact
MIDDLETOWN - It is about a foot and a half long, corroded and rusted, weighing about a pound or two. But this piece of aging steel, more than 67-years-old carries significance for an entire nation.
Financial Collapse Hits Home In Monmouth
WITH THE TALK of large financial institutions failing, all the discussion about the credit crunch and with politicians throwing around talk of spending dollars in the hundreds of billions - that's billions with a b - it all seems so unreal.
M'town To Petition Supreme Court Over Town Center Decision
Township committee reaffirms Master Plan, reintroduces invalidated ordinance.
Shrewsbury To Preserve Last Horse Farm In Town
SHREWSBURY - As a way, "to preserve a little piece of Shrewsbury," as Borough Councilman Kevin Murphy called it, the governing body on Monday agreed to spend more than a million dollars for the preservation of a local horse farm.
Red Bank Regional To Host Parent Meeting On Drug And Alcohol Abuse
Meeting is part of process to draft community-supported student code of conduct.
In Response To Resident Opposition, Shrewsbury Drops Sidewalk Plan
SHREWSBURY - Faced with considerable opposition, the Borough Council this week decided to not move forward with plans to install sidewalks on three residential streets.
RB Police Interrupt Burglary In Progress, Suspect Arrested
RED BANK - On October 07, 2008 at 12:50 pm, the Red Bank Police were detailed to 85 Bank St for a report of a burglary in progress.
Cancer Coalition Calls For Health Care Reform
Lack of access to care affects outcome in fight against cancer.
Red Bank Man Sentenced To Prison For Serial Burglaries
Man broke into homes occupied by women living alone.