The Week of November 30 - December 7, 1999 (Visit our Archives)
Photo by Ryan Fennell
People stood on line outside Red Bank Middle School on Tuesday night awaiting the start of Rep. Frank Pallone's Town Hall Meeting.

This Week's Top Stories

Emotions Run High As Constituents Have Their Say
RED BANK - There were a lot of angry people at the Red Bank Middle School Tuesday evening.
"From Seed To Need" - RCDS Kids collaborate with The Grove on organic garden
THE GROVE WEST in Shrewsbury has been the host of "From Seed to Need", an organic vegetable garden run by local students, most of whom attend Rumson Country Day School.
Pallone States His Case On Health Care Reform
Congressman remains calm in face of open hostility from opponents
RB 'Y' Modifies Expansion Plan To Accommodate Neighbors
RED BANK - Hearings before the borough zoning board on The Community YMCA proposal to renovate and expand its Maple Avenue facility continued last Thursday, Aug. 20, with the applicants presenting modifications to the plan intended to accommodate the concerns of neighbors.
FH Approves Purchase Of Waterfront Park
FAIR HAVEN - On Monday night, after three public hearings on the issue, the Fair Haven Borough Council voted unanimously to adopt an ordinance to approve the purchase of property at 78 DeNormandie Avenue to create a passive, riverfront park.
RB Police Investigating Assault On Montgomery Terrace
RED BANK - Police are investigating an assault in which a number of local youths allegedly attacked another youth in the area of a west side housing complex.
Middletown Police Captain To Ride In Tour De Force
MIDDLETOWN - For the fifth straight year Lieutenant Joseph Capriotti of the Middletown Township Police Department will be participating in the Tour De Force 9/11 Memorial Bike Ride.
Monmouth Park, Meridian To Revive Steeplechase
Neptune - A unique day of racing is set for September 26 at Monmouth Park with the arrival of the Monmouth Park-Meridian Health Steeplechase Festival, the first steeplechase event held in the region in over 15 years.
RB Council To Change Meeting Time To 6:30 P.M.
RED BANK - Those considering attending Red Bank Borough Council meetings will now have to set their clocks for a different time.