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

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Rep. Holt's Town Hall Meeting Draws Overflow Crowd
MIDDLETOWN - It was Congressman Rush Holt's turn last Wednesday to address skeptical and angry constituents concerning the ongoing debate over the national health care proposals.
A Time To Give Something Back Retired doctor makes volunteering his mission
When Doctor Wayne Farmer retired in 2005, he decided that it was time to give something back.
RBR Board Names New Superintendent Of Schools
LITTLE SILVER - The Red Bank Regional School District (RBR) named Dr. Howard Lucks as its new superintendent to succeed Dr. Edward Westervelt, who led the district for the past 11 years.
After A Contentious Town Hall, Pallone Still Supports Reform
Congress is set to reconvene next Tuesday, September 8 after recessing for the month of August.
Rumson Fundraiser Sets Record For Christie
RUMSON - The Christopher Christie gubernatorial campaign approaches the Labor Day holiday weekend on a financial high note, after a record-setting fundraiser held at a borough home last week.
Wassel Appeals SH Decision
SANDY HOOK - The final chapter is not written on the nearly decade-long saga concerning the National Park Service's deal with a private developer for the restoration of three dozen buildings at historic Fort Hancock, as the developer seeks to appeal the service's rejection of the developer's plan.
Sea Bright Considers Church Street Speed Hump
Sea Bright - In an effort to slow traffic on borough roads, speed humps were recently installed along Beach Street, Center Street, Surf Street, and New Street and Councilman James LoBiondo suggested also installing one on Church Street.
Ceremony Recognizes POWs, MIAs And Gold Star Mothers
HOLMDEL - The New Jersey Vietnam Veterans' Memorial Foundation will hold its annual POW/MIA and Gold Star Mothers Recognition Day ceremony on Friday, September 18 at 11:00 a.m. at the New Jersey Vietnam Veterans' Memorial.
A.H. Police Arrest Man Carrying Loaded Rifle
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS - Curtis Glisson, 28, was arrested on August 28, for possession of a loaded rifle and other charges.