The Week of November 30 - December 7, 1999 (Visit our Archives)
Photo by Scott Longfield
Taking the wagon for a spin at the Atlantic Highlands Car Show last Saturday.

This Week's Top Stories

Family Struggles As Father Awaits Kidney Donor
MIDDLETOWN - It's never been an easy life for Bill Fennell, his wife explained.
County Seeks Federal Funds For Oceanic Bridge
FREEHOLD - The Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders is seeking $75 million in federal funds for the eventual replacement of the Oceanic Bridge that connects Rumson to Middletown.
Mrs. NJ Runner Up Makes Red Bank Proud
ATHLETE. BUSINESSWOMAN. Mrs. New Jersey First runner-up. Odds-defying sarcoma survivor.
RBR Student, King Carmichael III, Was Crowned King Of Monmouth County's 59th Cotillion
LITTLE SILVER - For the second year in a row, an RBR student was crowned King of the Monmouth County Cotillion which was held on May 2 at Convention Hall in Asbury Park.
Christie Wins Nomination In Statewide Republican Primary
VOTERS THROUGHOUT the state and in Monmouth County have selected their nominees for the November general election.
D'Amico "Never Signed Off" On MOM Line Through Red Bank
SHREWSBURY - NJ Transit notwithstanding, Monmouth County Freeholder John D'Amico said he never signed off on the proposed Ocean County to Red Bank route for the long-stalled Monmouth-Ocean-Middlesex, or MOM, rail line.
Brazilian Appeals Court Reverses Custody Decision For Sean Goldman
EARLIER THIS WEEK a Brazilian court ordered Sean Goldman, the eight-year-old son of Tinton Falls resident David Goldman, to be turned over to the U.S. Consulate on Wednesday afternoon, June 3.
Township Approves Plan For Access Road Behind Lincroft Acme
MIDDLETOWN - Monmouth County officials have given Middletown Township the go-ahead to proceed with plans to create an access road behind the Acme supermarket off Middletown Lincroft Road.
AH Introduces Bond Ordinance To Fund Borough Hall Renovations, Road Improvements
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS - The Borough Council stands poised to move forward with its plans for a new borough hall and library, as well as doing some repairs to some area roadways.
Sea Bright Road Improvement Grant Application
SEA BRIGHT - For the past several months the Borough of Sea Bright has been exploring possible projects that could be funded through a New Jersey Department of Transportation Municipal Aid Grant.
Red Bank Jewelry Store Robber Sentenced To 12 Years In Prison
RED BANK - A borough man will spend the better part of the next dozen years in state prison as a result of his participation in an attempted robbery of a Shrewsbury Avenue business nearly two years ago.
Jewish Federation Launches PJ Program For Young Readers
The Jewish Federation of Monmouth County, along with the family of Edith Premselaar, has just completed its first month of offering The PJ Library.
LS ED Foundation Awards Grants
LITTLE SILVER - Students at Markham Place and Point Road Schools will start the next school year off with $47,386 worth of new equipment, thanks to grants from the Education Foundation of Little Silver.