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

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RFH Grad Lindsay Doran Rescued From Haiti
RUMSON - Lindsay Doran of Rumson is one of the lucky ones. The 19-year-old student at Lynn University in Boca Raton, Fl. was on the second plane out of Haiti after the devastation earthquake that struck that country on Jan. 12.
L to R: (front row - sitting) Paul Tyska, Lindsay Doran, Nikki Fantauzzi, Richard Bruno, Christine Gianacaci, Daniela Montealegre, Britney Gengel, Stephanie Crispinelli (back row - standing) Patrick Hartwick, Michael DeMatteo, Courtney Hayes, Julie Prudhomme, Thomas Schloemer and Melissa Elliott

This Week's Top Stories

From Kabul To Rumson Soccer opened doors for Afghan Shamila Kohestani
RUMSON - For most Americans it might not seem like much to go out onto the local playground or athletic field and kick around a soccer ball.
Republicans Regain Control Of Freeholder Board
FREEHOLD - It was a changing of the guard of sorts as well as a crossing of swords, at least verbally, last week as Republicans regained control of county government.
Captain Stephen McCarthy Sworn In As RB Police Chief
RED BANK - The new year brought a new top cop for the borough police department.
Holiday Sales Show Signs Of Recovery, Area Retailers Say
Traditionally, the holiday season accounts for a significant portion of annual business for the retail industry.
Veteran Police Officer Arrested In Little Silver
Patrolman charged with assaulting a suspect, influencing witness
Basie On National Register
RED BANK - We all know how great the Count Basie Theatre is and what a unique place it holds in our community, the theater's Executive Director, Numa Saisselin remarked last week.
Getting The Low Down - To bring the big boats out, iceboaters need a solid freeze
RED BANK - The recent frigid weather brought with it a brief window for hard-water sailors to get out on the Navesink River, and members of the North Shrewsbury Ice Boat and Yacht Club (NSIBYC) are hoping the Two River area is hit with single-digit temperatures, and soon.