The Week of November 30 - December 7, 1999 (Visit our Archives)
Photo by Scott Longfield
Workers installed a Christmas tree in the Victorian Courtyard outside the Dublin House in Red Bank last Sunday.

This Week's Top Stories

Italian Kitchen Foray Leads To Fast Friendship
RED BANK - Spending long hours in a busy and hot restaurant kitchen may not be everyone's vision of an ideal vacation.
"Only The Super-Rich...?"
Over the past 40 years, Ralph Nader's name has become synonymous with the pursuit of consumer safety, environmental awareness and social justice.
Red Bank Rotary Foundation Nears The Million Mark In Donations
Members of the Red Bank Rotary Club held their annual Can-A-thon at area grocery stores last week, collecting food donations for the Salvation Army.
Shoppers Flock To Urban Outfitters On Opening Day
RED BANK - The opening of a national retail brand on the corner of Broad and West Front streets has elected officials and business advocates hopeful.
FH Fire Chief Charged After Accident, Bridge Jump
RUMSON - It was all whispers prior to Fair Haven's regular Borough Council meeting on Monday night.
Fair Haven Debates Smoking Ban
FAIR HAVEN - The Fair Haven Borough Mayor and Council opened a discussion about entertaining the idea of introducing an ordinance that would ban smoking in vehicles with passengers under the age of 18.
A Thanksgiving Feast For Lunch Break
Area businesses make the holiday special for those in need
Take The Gingerbread Walk In Downtown Red Bank
FOR THE FIRST time this year, stores and restaurants in downtown Red Bank will be participating in a Gingerbread house contest.
AH Burglary Suspects Apprehended
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS - Two men who allegedly committed a string of residential burglaries in the borough have been apprehended, Police Chief Jerry Vasto reported in a press release.
AH Police Charge Two With Heroin Possession, Use
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS - Borough Police Chief Jerry Vasto reported the arrest of two suspects who were apprehended on First Avenue near the entrance to Bayshore Plaza for possession of a controlled dangerous substance.
Storm Destroys Dune Grass, Fencing, Along SB Beaches
SEA BRIGHT - While the devastation sustained by the borough beaches from heavy winds and rain permeated each discussion at Sea Bright's November 16 council meeting, the council came away with several plans for the coming year.
Monmouth County Launches Shared Services Web Site Centralized resources will help facilitate new municipal partnerships
FREEHOLD - Monmouth County Shared Services have recorded estimated cost savings across several municipalities in the multi-million dollar range.
It's A Tuba Christmas In Middletown
Middletown's Annual Christmas Tree Lighting and Holiday Celebration will be held at the Middletown Arts Center on Sunday, December 6th at 5 p.m.
TRT™ Files Suit For Trademark Infringement
RED BANK - The Two River Times™ has filed suit in federal court alleging trademark infringement by a competing publication.
New Truck Helps Food Bank Serve The Hungry
THE FOODBANK of Monmouth and Ocean Counties, located on Route 66 in Neptune, has recently received a great contribution toward its charitable work: a $50,000 donation from New Jersey Natural Gas Company, Wall.
Public Works Employees Discuss Ice, Snow Control
FREEHOLD, NJ - More than 100 public works directors, supervisors, foremen and crew chiefs from 26 Monmouth County municipalities attended a recent seminar on controlling ice and snow.