The Week of November 30 - December 7, 1999 (Visit our Archives)
Photo by Scott Longfield
Crowds gathered on Broad Street last Friday, Nov. 28 for the Holiday Express concert heralding the arrival of Santa and the holiday season in Red Bank.

This Week's Top Stories

Police Arrest Man In Stabbing At RB Primary School - No children were involved, superintendent says
RED BANK - A woman was stabbed in the courtyard of the borough primary school on Wednesday morning in an incident that Superintendent of Schools Laura Morana said was the result of a domestic dispute involving the family of a student.
For The Love Of Old Celebrating The Past At Carter & Cavero
RED BANK - Tattered and tarnished, broken and chipped, torn and tangled: these are a few of her favorite things.
COA Opposes Corzine On LNG
ASBURY PARK - Over thirty organizations have joined together in opposition of Governor Jon S. Corzine's support for Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) facilities off the coast of New Jersey in his recently released Energy Master Plan.
What Happened To Tara? Legislators call for investigation into death of disabled woman
LITTLE SILVER - Tara O'Leary was a 29-year-old developmentally disabled woman, who had been living in a state-sponsored home until recently, and who died last month weighing only 43 pounds, and with her family members and local state legislators asking, What led to, and who is responsible for, this young woman's death?
Middletown Steps Up DWI Patrols
Middletown - The Middletown Township Police Department has received a $5,000 DWI enforcement grant from the New Jersey Division of Highway Safety that will run from December 8 through January 2, 2009.
Middletown Residents Irate Over Revaluations
MIDDLETOWN - At Monday night's Township Committee workshop meeting, Mayor Gerard Scharfenberger expressed concern over the results of the recently completed revaluation of homeowner's properties for the 2009 tax year.
Sea Bright Won't Buy Church Street Building
SEA BRIGHT - The Mayor and Council have elected not to pursue the purchase of three Church Street for the purposes of creating Borough Hall offices and alleviating the cramped conditions of the Municipal Court offices.
Web site Promotes Sen. Beck For Lt. Governor
RED BANK - While borough resident and Republican state Senator Jennifer Beck's representative is insisting the Senator is not seeking higher office, the prospect of having her run for the state's first lieutenant governor continues to pique interest and is now the topic of a Web site and blog.
RB Police Seek Suspects Wanted For Armed Robbery
RED BANK - Police are searching for two suspects in connection with an armed robbery at a Front Street convenience store on Sunday afternoon.