The Week of November 30 - December 7, 1999 (Visit our Archives)
Photo by Scott Longfield
Atlantic Highlands resident Helen Marchetti, who graduated from St. Agnes Grammar School in 1939, stood by as the old school building was demolished last Monday.

This Week's Top Stories

RB Police Investigate Graffiti Is it a nuisance crime or is it gang-related?
RED BANK - Borough police are investigating the possibility that a rash of graffiti popping up around the borough recently is gang-related.
One Man's Mission To Save The World The key to recovery lies in democratic capitalism, says Ray Carey
MIDDLETOWN - After serving as the Chairman and CEO of ADT Inc. for 18 years and retiring in 1989, Ray Carey has spent the last 20 years of his life studying and spreading the principles and ideals of what he has termed "democratic capitalism.'
Congressman Halfacre? Fair Haven mayor explores running for 12th District seat
FAIR HAVEN MAYOR Michael Halfacre has filed with the Federal Elections Commission to explore the possibility of a congressional run in 2010.
Four Candidates Running For School Board In Red Bank
RED BANK - On April 21, borough voters will be asked to approve the proposed budget for the public schools and make their choices from among the four candidates running for three full-term seats on the Board of Education.
Another Deceased Dolphin Found In Navesink
RUMSON - A second deceased dolphin was discovered late last Saturday night in the Navesink River at Victory Park in Rumson.
Sea Bright To Meet With Coast Guard Over Bridge Opening Schedule
SEA BRIGHT - The Borough of Sea Bright has requested a meeting with the U.S. Coast Guard regarding the proposed bridge-opening schedules for the approaching summer season.
LWV To Host Forum: "Off-Shore Oil And Gas: At What Cost?"
LINCROFT - The Monmouth County League of Women Voters will sponsor a Forum on "Off-Shore Oil and Gas: At What Cost?" at Brookdale Community College, Lincroft, Tuesday, April 21 at 7:15 p.m., Warner Student Life Center, Twin Lights Rooms 1 and 2, Parking is most convenient in lot 7.
RB Borough Offices To Try Four-Day Work Week
RED BANK - Later this spring if one has business at the borough's Municipal Complex, don't wait until Friday.
TRT™ Files FOIA Request For Sandy Hook Documents
SANDY HOOK - In response to the U.S. National Park Service's decision two weeks ago to not make public the private developer's financial documentation for the redevelopment of Fort Hancock, The Two River Times™ has submitted a formal request to have that information made public.
M'town Eligible For Energy Grant
MIDDLETOWN - Middletown Township has been approved to receive a $610,000 federal grant to enhance energy conservation efforts, improve the community's energy efficiency, and reduce fossil fuel emissions.
FH Introduces Proposed Boat Ordinance
FAIR HAVEN - After several months of discussion the Fair Haven Borough Mayor and Council introduced its amended boat storage ordinance on Monday night.
Middletown Debates Early Retirement For Township Employees
MIDDLETOWN - In an effort to further cut costs and generate savings the Middletown Township Committee has discussed the possibility of offering early retirement to a number of its employees.
Candidates File For Red Bank Council Election
RED BANK - With Monday's deadline for filing for this year's Borough Council elections for the two available terms, the contest appears set between two incumbent Democrats seeking re-election and two new to the local political scene.
Cong. Smith Blasts Plan For Public Access Road To Earle Housing
COLTS NECK - Plans to construct a public access road connecting a state highway to proposed public housing development currently situated on Naval Weapons Station Earle, would only make a bad plan even worse, Congressman Christopher H. Smith, an opponent to the plan, said last week.
Ordinance Would Streamline Business Approval Process In RB
RED BANK - Mayor Pasquale Menna and members of the governing body would like to offer a helping hand to the retail community.