The Week of November 30 - December 7, 1999 (Visit our Archives)
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The Fair Haven Fire Dept. held an old-fashioned wetdown last Saturday, June 13, to mark the dedication of a new fire engine, ambulance and new building.

This Week's Top Stories

Parker Health Center Helps The Uninsured
RED BANK - While the debate rages in Washington over how best to make health care in the United States both accessible and affordable, a small organization on the borough's west side is providing a lifeline to the uninsured.
Buona Sera Tables Out of Line?
Sidewalk obstruction is ADA violation, says disabled advocate
Kayakers Paddle For River Access
HIGHLANDS - Last weekend a group of environmental professionals known as the New York/New Jersey Endangered Rivers Canoe and Kayak Squad (NYNJERCKS) spent two days paddling the Shrewsbury and Navesink Rivers in an attempt to further their own education regarding the environment but also to call attention to the need for public access to waterways.
Thompson Park Visitor Center Grand Re-Opening Set For July 12
LINCROFT - The Monmouth County Board of Recreation Commissioners and Park System staff invite the public to attend a celebration to mark the grand re-opening of the Visitor Center with an "Open House" on Sunday, July 12 at Thompson Park, Newman Springs Road/Route 520, Lincroft.
Two River Mayors Riled Over MOM Line
TWO RIVER AREA mayors are expressing concern about a proposal favored by NJ Transit to construct an additional rail line linking Middlesex, Ocean and Monmouth counties to the northern rail corridor with connecting service in Red Bank.
Goldman To Mark Fifth Father's Day Without Son - Rep. Smith moves to censure Brazilian government for violation of international law
This coming Sunday Tinton Falls resident David Goldman will experience his fifth consecutive Father's Day without his son, Sean.
Middletown Zoners Deny Variance For Domestic Violence Shelter
MIDDLETOWN - The Middletown zoning board unanimously denied a use- variance application by the non-profit organization 180 Turning Lives Around, which had proposed building a residential shelter for victims of domestic abuse.
Mayor Proposes Naming Street After Daniel O'Hern Sr.
RED BANK - A west side residential street is likely soon to be renamed after a borough favorite son who recently passed away, according to the mayor.
Shrewsbury Firefighters Rescue Two In House Fire
SHREWSBURY - One week after battling a blaze that destroyed Memory Lanes that Shrewsbury Fire Chief Pete Gibson called the biggest fire the borough has seen in 20 years, Shrewsbury police and firefighters responded to a fire at 44 Patterson Avenue in which they rescued two individuals trapped inside.
Red Bank Dentist Charged With Medicaid Fraud
RED BANK - A dentist with a Broad Street office, his office manager and his practice were charged last week with Medicaid fraud.
Municipal Tax Rate Level In Rumson
RUMSON - Borough taxpayers will see the municipal portion of their tax bill remain the same for this year.