The Week of November 30 - December 7, 1999 (Visit our Archives)
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Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School Superintendent Peter Righi presented a plaque to Two River Times™ owners Mickey and Diane Gooch last Friday in recognition of their donation of more than $500,000 for the construction of the district's state of the art turf field.

This Week's Top Stories

Iceboaters Hail The Return Of The Rocket
RUMSON - It was in 1888 that the founding member of the North Shrewsbury Ice Boat and Yacht Club George Coley built the Class One Ice Yacht Rocket.
Hovnanian Founder, Local Philanthropist, Dies At 86
The founder of one of the nation's largest homebuilding firms who was a Rumson resident and a well-known local philanthropist, died last Thursday Kevork S. Hovnanian, 86, who founded Hovnanian Enterprises, died at New York Presbyterian Hospital.
Public Offers Ideas For Sandy Hook NPS preparing plan for future of park
SANDY HOOK - Area residents had an opportunity to talk about their vision for the future of the Sandy Hook portion of Gateway National Recreation over the next two decades at a public input session held at the Hook last Thursday, Sept. 25.
Fair Haven Goes On The Offense Against Rodents Health educator offers info on fighting infestation
FAIR HAVEN - Sophia Jozil, a health educator from the Monmouth County Regional Health Commission, was in Fair Haven last week to discuss the recent rodent problem affecting two separate areas within the borough.
Rumson-Fair Haven Dedicates "Two River Times™ Field"
RUMSON - A few years ago, a state of the art turf football field at Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School was only an idea.
Higher Density Draws Fire In RB
RED BANK - An ordinance authorizing increased density in the area surrounding the train station revived a long standing dispute over development in the borough.
M'Town Explores Wind Power
MIDDLETOWN - Since launching the Middletown Green Initiative in 2007, the Township of Middletown has undertaken several eco-friendly projects such as utilizing used vegetable oil to power township vehicles, a Buy Middletown campaign encouraging residents to shop locally, using energy efficient light bulbs in all municipal buildings and, most recently, experimenting with using wind power to offset energy costs.
AH Social Services Office To Close
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS - After November 13 people that use the Atlantic Highlands location for services provided by the Monmouth County Department of Human Services Division of Social Services will have to travel to the division's Freehold office.