The Week of November 30 - December 7, 1999 (Visit our Archives)
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Friday Night Football - Middletown North enters the field for opening game.

This Week's Top Stories

RB School Community Mourns Death of Beloved Teacher Authorities term death 'suspicious' but release few details
RED BANK - The Red Bank Middle School lost a valuable member of its community on Monday when police, responding to a 911 call, discovered the body of 33-year-old social studies teacher Jonelle Melton in her home on West Sylvania Avenue in Neptune City.
The Times They Were A'Changing Danny's celebrates 40 years
RED BANK - Do you remember 1969? That was the year of Woodstock, and the Amazing Mets, and the year that man walked on the moon for the first time.
The Two River's Got Talent Open Mic Nights Are Popular Venues For Aspiring Performers
There are those who sing along to the car stereo as they drive home from work, and those who sing in the shower, or secretly in front of the mirror, beyond the range of others' ears.
Marine Sciences Consortium Moves Forward With Building Restoration At Sandy Hook
SANDY HOOK - A major external renovation and restoration project has finally moved forward on Building #22 in the Fort Hancock section of the Gateway National Recreation Area (GNRA).
FH Man Indicted For Bilking Clients At Brokerage Firm
FAIR HAVEN - A borough man has been indicted for allegedly bilking clients out of more than a half million dollars while working as a financial advisor in the Red Bank office of Merrill Lynch.
RFH To Dedicate 'TRT™ Field'
RUMSON - Prior to Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School's Varsity Football home game against Keansburg on Friday September 25, a dedication ceremony will be held to name the Bulldogs' home field "The Two River Times™ Field at Borden Stadium."
River Rats To Go Before The Zoning Board
FAIR HAVEN - The River Rats sailing club must go before the Fair Haven Zoning Board of Adjustment in light of additional documentation that was not available when Fair Haven Zoning Officer Robert Hudak deemed the organization's site plan application a planning board issue.
Fair Haven Terminates Dispatch Agreement With Little Silver
FAIR HAVEN - Approximately eight months after reaching an agreement with neighboring Little Silver to share dispatch services, the Fair Haven Borough Council terminated the arrangement in favor of outsourcing its dispatch service to Monmouth County.
LS Land Donation Will Remain Open Space
LITTLE SILVER - Two parcels of land came into the borough's inventory when the Borough Council adopted an ordinance Monday night accepting the donation of two tracts, one at the end of Woodland Street and the other at the end of Birch Avenue.
Prosecutor's Office Receives Check For Task Force Participation
FREEHOLD - The Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office and the Manalapan Police Department recently received U.S. Treasury checks totaling nearly $270,000 as a result of their role in a joint federal task force, Ralph J. Marra Jr., the acting U.S. attorney, and William P. Offord, special agent in charge of IRS criminal investigation (IRS-CI), announced recently.