The Week of November 30 - December 7, 1999 (Visit our Archives)
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Kate Miller, Ashley Cooper and Julie Kelly celebrate Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School's 10th Sectional title after beating Cranford Tuesday night.

This Week's Top Stories

Rowing Off The River NRR hosts Two River ERG challenge
SHREWSBURY - Last winter John Crilly, a volunteer coach at Navesink River Rowing (NRR) in Red Bank, initiated the Navesink Indoor Rowing program designed to keep participants of the sport "river ready" during the months between the fall and spring seasons.
Foreclosures Up In Monmouth County Escaping the worst of financial storm, county still sees numbers rise
MONMOUTH COUNTY HAS escaped the flood of foreclosures affecting other areas of the country, but even this affluent area of the state is seeing an increase in the numbers of homeowners in trouble.
RB Releases Names Of Landlord Offenders Property owners convicted of chronic housing violations
RED BANK - At the borough council meeting last Monday night, Red Bank Mayor Pasquale Menna made good on his promise to name those landlords who have been cited for overcrowding of rental properties, naming ten landlords who have been fined.
Former FH Business Owner Pleads Guilty To Theft By Deception Owner of Cabbage Rose failed to deliver on furniture orders
A Middletown man and former Fair Haven furniture storeowner pleaded guilty in Superior Court this week to fraud and a state tax charge and now faces seven years in state prison.
Highlands To Host St. Pat's Parade
HIGHLANDS - The Highlands Business Partnership will paint the town green on Saturday, March 21, starting at 2 p.m., when more than 100 marching units, including bagpipers, marching bands and floats, line up to march in the seventh annual St. Patrick's Day Parade and Celebration.
Sea Bright's Draft Budget Calls For 7.2 Increase Per $100
SEA BRIGHT - Sea Bright Borough's Chief Financial Officer Michael Bascom, outlined in detail for the council where the borough stands financially and provided preliminary figures for the council to consider.
Highlands To Hold Hearing On BID Budget
HIGHLANDS - Mayor and Council will hold a public hearing at next Wednesday's council March 18 on an ordinance to approve the $57,000 BID special tax share of the budget for the Highlands Business Improvement District.
LS To Provide Dispatch Services To FH
FAIR HAVEN - The Fair Haven Mayor and Council voted unanimously on Monday night to enter into a shared dispatch agreement with neighboring Little Silver.
FH Amended Brush And Leaves Collection
FAIR HAVEN - The Borough of Fair Haven introduced several ordinances on Monday night to amend its policies regarding the pick-up of leaves and brush.
RB Police Investigate Armed Robbery Of Jewelry Store
RED BANK - Police are investigating an armed robbery occurring at a Shrewsbury Avenue jewelry store on Monday afternoon.