The Week of November 30 - December 7, 1999 (Visit our Archives)
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Pallbearers carry the casket of former State Supreme Court Justice Daniel J. O'Hern Jr. into St. James Roman Catholic Church last Saturday.

This Week's Top Stories

Farewell To A Son Of Red Bank
Former Supreme Court Justice Dan O'Hern dies at 78
When It Comes To Comedy, Mr. D Gets An 'A'
AS VENTRILOQUIST DENNIS Daniels describes his puppets, a small boy's voice is heard through the telephone line. It's his son, Lucas, 9, Daniels' most perceptive critic.
Slump In Casino Revenue Slices Services For Seniors And Disabled
ACCORDING TO THE New Jersey Casino Control Commission, Atlantic City's casino hotels reported a 24.6 percent decline in profits in 2008.
Curley Is Republican Choice For Freeholder Democratic incumbent drops out of race
UNTIL RECENTLY, IT appeared that the only unknown in this year's election for the Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders would be who the Republicans would choose as their candidate.
Dead Dolphin Recovered From River
HIGHLANDS - A deceased dolphin was spotted near the construction site in the area of the Highlands Bridge on Tuesday.
Shrewsbury Agrees In Principle To Allow Realtor "Open House" Signs But ordinance still to be drafted
SHREWSBURY - Members of the Borough Council have come to an agreement in principle to allow realtors to put up directional signs to open houses on Sundays.
Sunrise Service An Easter Tradition In Atlantic Highlands
Atlantic Highlands - The 76-year-old Easter Sunrise Service in this community adds another tradition this Sunday morning, when hundreds of Christians gather at the gazebo in the Municipal Yacht Harbor for the 6:30 a.m. service that draws people from throughout the Bayshore.
Public Passed Up Red Bank's Municipal Budget Presentation
RED BANK - It was a chance for borough officials to show the public, department by department, how officials are trimming costs and sparing taxpayers during these financially uncertain times.
Two Found Guilty In Robbery Of Shrewsbury Avenue Jewelry Store
RED BANK - A jury in Freehold last week found two borough men guilty for their involvement in a robbery of a west side jewelry store nearly two years ago.
Sea Bright Amends Land Use Ordinance
SEA BRIGHT - After several delays the Borough of Sea Bright passed its amended land use ordinance on Tuesday night.
Monmouth Beach Candidates Forum Set For April 16
MONMOUTH BEACH - A candidates forum featuring the six persons vying for the three seats on the Monmouth Beach Commission in the May 12 election will be held at 1 p.m. on Thursday, April 16, at Borough Hall.