The Week of November 30 - December 7, 1999 (Visit our Archives)
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Iceboaters enjoyed a rare day of play on the frozen Navesink on Monday, Jan. 26.

This Week's Top Stories

'Economic Summit' Draws Crowd To Basie - Free weekend parking, later business hours, state aid for parking garage, among initiatives discussed
RED BANK - Times maybe tough; they may be bad, with business and foot traffic down in the borough's business district.
"I Wished The Day Would Never End"
It was smooth sailing on inauguration day in D.C.
Markham Place Gymnasium Dedicated In Memory Of Beloved Principal
LITTLE SILVER - On Friday afternoon January 23rd, the community gathered in the gymnasium of Markham Place Middle School to honor a man who spent 19 years of his life as the school's principal and served as a mentor to the students of Little Silver.
Two River Towns Fail To File COAH Plans
WITH DEC. 31 came the end of the year and the deadline for municipalities to file their plans to address their obligations to provide housing opportunities for low- and moderate-income earners.
Condominium Auction Fails To Draw Acceptable Bids
RED BANK - The owners of The Metropolitan, a Wallace Street condominium development, had hoped to sell as many as a dozen units at the site at auction last Saturday morning.
Liberty Natural Gas Holds Briefing On Another LNG Proposal
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS RESIDENT Horace Brown marked the the inauguration of Barack Obama last Tuesday by speaking at the Peddie School in Hightstown.
Public Input Hearing On LNG Devolves Into Protest
EATONTOWN - What was intended to be a public scoping meeting for New Jersey residents to ask questions and voice concerns over specific aspects of a proposed Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) facility off the coast of Sea Bright held by the U.S. Coast Guard and Maritime Administration (MARAD) for the purposes of developing an Environment Impact Statement (EIS) quickly devolved into an anti-LNG rally lead by members of Sandy Hook-based Clean Ocean Action (COA).
Middletown Police Arrest Man For Attempted Armed Robbery
MIDDLETOWN - On Tuesday January 27, 2009 township police arrested John Wilczewski, an 18-year-old man with a last-known address in Keyport, was arrested in Keansburg on the Henry Hudson Trail after attempting to commit an armed robbery in Middletown.
Middletown Police Charge Massage Parlor Employees With Prostitution
MIDDLETOWN - On Friday January 23, 2009, police officers from the Middletown Township Police Department arrested two female employees at a Route 35 massage parlor and charged them with prostitution and promoting prostitution.
AH Police Charge Two With Attempted Armed Robbery
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS - Fire Chief Jerry Vasto reported that borough firefighters responded to a report of a fire at 6:23 p.m., January 18, 2009.
Man Arrested For Stealing Meat From AH Foodtown
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS - Atlantic Highlands Police charged a Keansburg man with shoplifting after an incident that occurred in the parking lot of the Super Foodtown on Hwy. 36 and First Avenue last week.
Parker Clinic Receives Grant From The Horizon Foundation
The Parker Family Health Clinic on Shrewsbury Avenue will receive a $200,000 grant from The Horizon Foundation for New Jersey.
Fair Haven Awaits Answers On Dispatch Service
FAIR HAVEN - Although it wasn't on the agenda for last Monday night's Borough Council meeting, the topic of potentially shifting the borough's dispatch services to the county was the main item on the minds of residents who attended the meeting.
Ben Lucarelli Appointed To Vacant Seat On Fair Haven Council
FAIR HAVEN - Thomas Gilmour stepped down from his position on the Fair Haven Council effective December 31, 2008 citing increased demands at work and a family illness that was preventing him from devoting the necessary time to the council.