The Week of November 30 - December 7, 1999 (Visit our Archives)

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Legislators Want Independent Study of Earle Housing Plan
COLTS NECK - A U.S. Navy proposal to open 300 housing units at Earle Naval Weapons Station to civilian use has met with considerable opposition from area residents as well as from local elected officials and federal legislators.
Ice Cream Bike Is A Blast From The Past
RUMSON - Last summer, Charles Measley, 19, was working a minimum wage job and looking for a way to make extra money to pay for school.
Beaches Promote Safer Swimming
SANDY HOOK - The beaches named best in New Jersey by voters in the 2009 N.J.
Volcom Skaters Make Tour Stop In Middletown
MIDDLETOWN - The hot dogs and T-shirts went fast the night of June 24th, when skateboard clothier Volcom's Stone-Age East Coast Tour dropped six of its pro skateboarders at the Feet First store for a meet-and-greet.
"Queen of Hearts" To Perform At NJCHA Fundraiser July 11
The New Jersey Center for the Healing Arts has scheduled a benefit concert "From Surviving to Thriving" to be held on July 11th at the Presbyterian Church House in Shrewsbury.
NPS Extends Time To Review Sandy Hook Financing
SANDY HOOK - Last Monday was the deadline for the National Park Service to complete its review of financial documentation submitted by a private developer to demonstrate that it has the financial capability to undertake the renovation and leasing of some 36 buildings in the Fort Hancock section of Sandy Hook.
Neighbor Objects To Plan To Create Waterfront Park In FH
FAIR HAVEN - The Borough of Fair Haven has reached an informal agreement to purchase an approximately one-acre property at 78 DeNormandie for $1.2 million for the purposes of creating a waterfront park.
AH Hosts Annual Fireman's Fair
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS - June 30th through July 4th there will be the annual Atlantic Highlands Fireman's Fair at the Municipal Harbor in downtown Atlantic Highlands.
Locust Avenue Residents Oppose Changing Street Name
RED BANK - The proposal to change the name of a west side residential street in honor of a former Supreme Court justice and mayor, has met with opposition from those who say that changing the name of the street will cause problems for residents.
Monmouth County Sheriff's Office Makes Significant Arrest Of Convicted Felon
A convicted felon is behind bars after he was arrested Wednesday afternoon for failure to appear for sentencing on June 19.
RB Schools Superintendent Donates Portion Of Salary Increase To Education Foundation
RED BANK - An environmental education program at Red Bank Primary School received a financial boost recently thanks to the superintendent of schools.