The Week of November 30 - December 7, 1999 (Visit our Archives)
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Conserve Wildlife Habitat manager Ben Wurst prepares to release a rehabilitated Peregrine Falcon, at Bayshore Waterfront Park last Sunday in celebration of Earth Week.

This Week's Top Stories

County Marks Opening Of Child Advocacy Center
FREEHOLD - It is a building no one wanted to need. But nevertheless, the need exists, and now Monmouth County has a new facility to assist families and children who have been victims of criminal abuse.
At Monmouth Museum, A Journey To Life
ERICA ROSENTHAL HAS fond memories of her childhood in Germany, before the war. The second child of Martha and Max Tichauer, she eventually had two brothers, Heinz, the eldest, and Horst the youngest.
Workshops And Workouts - Agencies offer help, support to unemployed
EIGHT-THIRTY ON A Saturday morning in the basement of a Middletown church, as many as 40 people assemble to share with and learn from each other and a guest speaker.
Another Dead Dolphin Found
Middletown - Yet another dead dolphin was recovered from the Navesink River last Sunday.
Government Denies TRT™'s FOIA Request For Sandy Hook Documents
SANDY HOOK - The U.S. Department of the Interior has denied The Two River Times™'s request under the Freedom of Information Act, to obtain the financial information submitted by the private developer the U.S. National Park Service had selected for the redevelopment project of some buildings at Fort Hancock.
Middletown Ordinance Would Fund Land Purchase For Impact Oasis
MIDDLETOWN - After proclaiming April 2009 Autism Awareness Month in Middletown Township, the Township Committee introduced an ordinance that would authorize the Township to enter into a land purchase agreement with a local non-profit organization known as Impact OASIS.
Women In Government Will Mentor Next Generation
ON MAY 1, 2009, over 60 students from 13 school districts will converge at Monmouth Regional High School in Tinton Falls to participate in a program designed to encourage them to become leaders in their communities and beyond.
Planning Board Hears Proposal For Galleria Expansion
RED BANK - A plan currently before the borough Planning Board would expand a west side retail and office complex and address much of its parking obligation through a multi-level parking deck.
Little Silver Considers Skateboard Park
LITTLE SILVER - In response to a request from some parents, the Borough Council is exploring the possibility of establishing a skateboard park.
Coa Beach Cleanups This Weekend
SANDY HOOK - Clean Ocean Action (COA) is holding its 24th Annual Spring Beach Sweeps this Saturday April 25th at over 60 sites along the New Jersey coast.
Parking Fees To Increase At Middletown Train Station
MIDDLETOWN - New Jersey Transit is calling upon Middletown Township to end its practice of discriminating between resident and non-resident parking permit rates for the use of train station parking lots and requiring the Township to immediately pay $12,500 per quarter for the remainder of 2009 until a lease agreement is reached.
SB Municipal Tax Rate to Rise by 2.9 Cents
SEA BRIGHT - The Borough of Sea Bright introduced its proposed budget on Tuesday night, which reflects a 2.9-cent increase in the overall tax rate raising the rate to 67.7 cents per $100 of assessed value.