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

This Week's Top Stories

Pedestrian Struck By SUV On Broad Street - Victim in critical condition
RED BANK - Police are investigating a traffic incident that a left a pedestrian hospitalized after she was struck by a sport utility vehicle while crossing Broad Street near E. Bergen Pl. on Monday afternoon.
SPCA Says Farewell To Ursula Goetz - Executive director led animal shelter for 20 years
As Ursula Goetz looks back on 20 years as executive director of the Monmouth County SPCA, she has warm memories of a compassionate staff, a creative and supportive board, and of the animals she was privileged to help place in happy homes.
Downtown Parking Will Cost More In Red Bank - On-street meter fees rise to $1 per hour
RED BANK - The cost of parking at the metered on-street spaces in the borough's downtown business district will be getting more expensive.
New Jersey To Toughen Pedestrian Safety Law
As the most densely populated state in the nation, New Jersey is home to a lot of busy people.
Postman Rescues Lincroft Man
In the aftermath of the blizzard that struck the area earlier this month, a Lincroft man found himself in a life-threatening situation, outside his home, in broad daylight.
Maple Avenue Parking Lot Wins Approval
SEA BRIGHT - After lengthy discussions, the borough is close to implementing an agreement with Oceanport to share court services.
Plan To Cut Longevity Pay On Hold
RED BANK - It's back to the drawing board for the Borough Council's proposal to eliminate longevity pay for non-union municipal employees, after elected officials got an earful from some of those employees who would feel the pinch.
Red Bank Takes Steps To Help Victim Of Disaster - Soles4Souls will collect shoes for the needy
RED BANK - Borough residents of all ages will have an opportunity to help the less fortunate, by simply cleaning out their closets or under their beds.
Indoor Rowing Challenge Set For Sunday
When John Crilly's team of rowers from Navesink River Rowing came off the water at the end of the season three years ago they asked him what they were going to do now since there was no winter rowing program in the area.
Borough Clerk To Fill New Assistant Administrator Job
FAIR HAVEN - The Mayor and Borough Council, created the position of Assistant Borough Administrator and appointed Borough Clerk Allyson Cinquegrana to the position at Monday's meeting.