The Week of November 30 - December 7, 1999 (Visit our Archives)
Photo by Scott Longfield
Cyclists round a corner during last Saturday's Tour de Fair Haven Bike Race.

This Week's Top Stories

Listen, Cancer, Ya Sick Bast...! The Cancer Vixen comes to Fair Haven
New Jersey native Marisa Acocella Marchetto had a lot of good things going on in her life in 2004.
Navesink Kids Plant Pinwheels For Peace
Peace is a lofty concept, a concept people usually associate with the absence of war or conflict abroad.
SH Arbitrator Recommended By Park Service
SANDY HOOK - The National Park Service and the private developer selected to redevelop structures at historic Fort Hancock have agreed on the arbitrator who will re-evaluate the financial plan submitted by the developer and rejected by the park service last month.
Rumson Cardiologist Fined For Role In UMDNJ Kickback Scheme
RUMSON - A borough resident was one of a list of cardiologists who have settled with federal authorities over allegations they accepted kickbacks from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, last week said the U.S. Attorney's Office in Newark.
H1N1 Vaccine Expected In Mid-October Vaccine will be distributed at no charge to the public
MIDDLETOWN - In an anticipation of a flu season in which the H1N1 virus is expected to appear along with usual cases of seasonal that health officials prepare for every year, Rich Debenedetto of the Middletown Township Health Department provided an informational session on the H1N1 virus at the Middletown Council meeting Monday night.
M'Town Acts On Flood Insurance
MIDDLETOWN - The Township Committee voted to adopt an ordinance on Monday night that would bring the township closer to compliance with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) regulations that are mandatory for participation in the National Flood Insurance Program's Community Rating System (CRS).
Beach Pass Package A Winner For Sea Bright
SEA BRIGHT - Last January, while much of the nation struggled to maintain existing revenues and searched for new sources, the Borough of Sea Bright decided to launch a Beach Stimulus package headed by Councilwoman Dina Long.
DEP Loan To Reduce Monmouth Park Runoff
OCEANPORT - The Monmouth Park Racetrack has received a low-interest loan from the Environmental Infrastructure Trust, which is overseen by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection to continue making improvements to the facility's storm-water outfall issues that have been a source of pollution in Branchport Creek.
Rumson Alerts Residents To Attempted Burglary
RUMSON - The borough police department is a residential burglary which occurred on Monday, September 21, 2009 at approximately 5 p.m. in the area of Ward Ave.
Atlantic Highlands Mayor Urges Residents To Hire, Shop Locally
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS - As the borough struggles with the depressed economy, Mayor Frederick C. Rast III is undertaking steps to spur business on the local level.