The Week of November 30 - December 7, 1999 (Visit our Archives)
Photo by Scott Longfield
Firefighters battle a Friday morning blaze that destroyed Memory Lanes bowling alley.

This Week's Top Stories

Owner Plans To Rebuild Memory Lanes
Fourteen companies respond to fire at bowling alley.
Remembering D-Day
Observance honors those who changed the course of history.
Mourners Bid Farewell To "First Lady"
RED BANK - To her friends, and the political allies of hers and her husband, Christine J. McKenna was often referred to as "The General" or "The First Lady of Red Bank."
Residents Dispute Plan For Brick Sidewalks In Historic District
Fair Haven - Residents spoke out against a plan for installing brick sidewalks in the borough's historic district at Monday night's meeting of the Mayor and Borough Council, but were not all in agreement as to why they were opposed.
Donations Are Down, But The Fireworks Show Will Go On
RED BANK - "It is a tough year," observed Peter Reinhart, chairman for Kaboom! Fireworks on the Navesink, the not-for-profit group that organizes and raises the money for the annual July 3 fireworks extravaganza on the river.
Dolphins Spotted In River
Sea Bright - Coastal Bottlenose dolphins were spotted in the Shrewsbury River over the weekend for the second consecutive year.
Fair Haven Council Adopts Boat Storage Ordinance
Fair Haven - After months of dispute, the Mayor and Borough Council adopted an ordinance addressing the storage of boats on private property by a vote of 4 to 2, despite an 8 to 1 vote opposing the ordinance by the borough's planning board.
"Born to Run" Tournament In Honor Of Beloved CBA Coach, Teacher
Mike Wheeler was a very special part of the Christian Brothers Academy family.
Three Faiths Event To Celebrate Differences
The Jewish Federation of Monmouth County is spearheading a countywide "Three Faiths Event" on Sunday, June 14.