The Week of November 30 - December 7, 1999 (Visit our Archives)
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The Feast of Our Lady of Guadelupe was celebrated at St. Anthony of Padua Roman Catholic Church in Red Bank last Friday, December 12.

This Week's Top Stories

Saving The Environment, One Bag At A Time
COLTS NECK - Bergen Bowne and his sister, Ivy, are trying to save the environment one plastic bag at a time.
Latin American Catholics Honor Our Lady Of Guadelupe
RED BANK - For Catholics in Latin America, especially Mexico, before there is Christmas, there is the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe. And that is certainly true for those who live locally.
Neighbors Object To Civilian Housing At Earle
COLTS NECK - "NOPE" may be a clever choice for an acronym for a grass roots group coming together.
Red Bank Reaches Settlement On COAH Mandates
RED BANK - The borough has reached a settlement agreement with a housing advocacy group that had alleged the borough was not adhering to state-mandate requirements set by the Council on Affordable Housing.
Tree Sales Fuel Local Fire Depts.
THE HOLIDAYS ARE about tradition and one of the most cherished for many families is the trip to purchase the Christmas tree.
Middletown Meets COAH Deadline On Housing Plan
MIDDLETOWN - A joint meeting between the planning board and Township Committee was held on December 11, 2008 in an attempt to satisfy the Township's obligation to the Council on Affordable Housing's (COAH) third- round rules.
Residents Question Validity Of Middletown Property Revaluations
MIDDLETOWN - After several delays dating back to December 2004, the Middletown Township revaluation is in full swing, but some township residents and officials are questioning its validity.
Man Charged In Burglary Attempt At ATM
MIDDLETOWN - On December 11, 2008 at approximately 1:40 a.m., Middletown Twp. Police Officers John Soltysik and Adam Vendetti responded to an alarm from the automated teller machine at Investors Savings Bank on Route 35 in Middletown.
Sea Bright Borough Administrator Appointed Shared Services explored
SEA BRIGHT - Although it has been a part of her job since being hired as the Municipal Clerk, Maryann Smeltzer was officially named Sea Bright's Borough Administrator on Tuesday night.
Rash Of Car Burlaries Strikes Fair Haven
Fair Haven - Initial reports after the December 9th countywide blackout indicated that there were no major incidents to address.
Corzine's Pension Deferral Proposal
TRENTON - Governor Jon S. Corzine has proposed a pension deferral initiative that would provide reductions in the contributions municipalities must make to the Public Employee's Retirement System and the Police and Fireman's Retirement System.