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The Week of November 30 - December 7, 1999
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July 3 Mirror Images - Fireworks on the Navesink in Rumson and Red Bank.
This Week's Top Stories
From Polish Immigrant To U.S. Army Commander
EATONTOWN - A native of Poland who spoke little English when he came to America has worked his way to command the Army's North Jersey Recruiting Company.
A Whale Tale In Sea Bright
COULD LAST YEAR'S dolphins be spreading the word around the ocean about the delights of Sea Bright?
Highlands Bridge Construction Impacting Sea Bright Businesses
Sea Bright - The nation's economic downturn has forced many individuals and businesses to find ways to adapt to the changing conditions.
Fair Haven Mayor Halfacre To Run For Congress
FAIR HAVEN - On Tuesday morning in front of Borough Hall, Fair Haven Mayor Michael Halfacre officially announced his candidacy to run for the United States Congress in 2010.
State Eliminates Sea Bright School District
SEA BRIGHT - As of July 1st, the Sea Bright school district ceased to exist.
Red Bank Businesses Weathering Economic Stress
RED BANK - The first third of the year saw 40 vacancies in Red Bank's business district, a number that has dropped to 26, according to Red Bank River Center's Nancy Adams.
RB Education Foundation Picnic Celebrates Swimming River Discoveries
The Red Bank Borough Education Foundation held its first annual meeting at a picnic behind the Red Bank Middle School on Tuesday.
Neighbors In Fair Haven Voice Concerns About Proposed Waterfront Park
FAIR HAVEN - Borough Mayor Michael Halfacre has proposed purchasing waterfront property at the foot of DeNormandie Avenue for the purposes of creating a passive park.
Stolen Car Found Ablaze In Middletown
At approximately 5:34 a.m. on Tuesday July 7, Officer Savino Capilupi was dispatched to Hartshorne Road in the Locust section of Middletown Township for a vehicle fire.