The Week of November 30 - December 7, 1999 (Visit our Archives)
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The St. Patrick's Day Parade in Belmar, March 7.

This Week's Top Stories

Irish America In Monmouth County
Next wednesday there'll be the wearin' of the green everywhere as those of Irish heritage - or those who wish they had some of the Irish in 'em - celebrate St. Patrick's Day.
War, Uncensored - Footage by former Marine now an award-winning documentary
RBC graduate, Mike Scotti, at the Rome Film Festival, where his documentary Severe Clear received Special Mention for Cinematic Excellence in 2009.
AMA Foundation Honors Dr. Zaven Ayanian For Volunteerism
RED BANK - Dr. Zaven Ayanian, a physician volunteer at the Parker Family Health Center, is a recipient of the 2010 Jack B. McConnell, MD, Award for Excellence in Volunteerism.
Moon Rocks Fuel Learning In Fair Haven
FAIR HAVEN - Knollwood School science teacher Betsy Koch and her students have the moon at their fingertips.
TRT™ Owner Diane Gooch To Run For Congress
RED BANK - Diane Gooch, the Monmouth County Republican Vice Chair and Two River Times™ owner, who is well known for her charitable work on behalf of many regional non-profit groups, has formalized her candidacy for Congress in New Jersey's 6th Congressional district.
Snowy Winter, Warming Planet? The Climate Change Debate
As the weather begins to warm after a winter that brought the heaviest snowfalls this area has seen in several years, a global debate continues to rage over the validity of global climate change and the extent of human contribution.
Pi Day In Princeton!
PRINCETON - This coming Sunday is not only Albert Einstein's birthday, it is also a date that is celebrated for it's numerical significance.
Stimulus Funding Underwrites Construction Of Fair Haven Streetscape West
FAIR HAVEN - After receiving approximately $886,000 in stimulus funding for the continuation of the Borough's streetscape improvement project, Fair Haven is ready to begin Phase II of the streetscape plan that will encompass the area starting at Borough Hall and moving West to Smith Street.
With RB Finances In The Red, Council Nixes Free Parking For "Pink Bank"
RED BANK - Riverview Medical Center recently asked the borough to suspend parking meter fees at metered spaces and municipal lots during the first week in May, when the medical center plans to hold its annual "Paint The Town Pink" event, a breast cancer prevention awareness campaign.
Snowy Weather - Can Be Crunch Time In The ER
RED BANK - The snowy winter has brought a number of people to area emergency rooms after heart attacks, falls and other winter-related accidents.
Pam Borghi Named Borough Clerk In Red Bank
RED BANK - The Borough Council named its new borough clerk, giving the nod to someone who has been doing the job since last summer.