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

This Week's Top Stories

"A Man Of True Character" Remembering Paul Seitz
By all accounts Paul Seitz was an incredible man, a man of true character who exemplified dedication to family and community.
Gooch, Little, Seek Republican Party Nomination In Sixth District
Monmouth county republican Vice Chair Diane Gooch and Highlands Mayor Anna C. Little each announced their candidacies for the GOP nomination for Congress from the 6th district at gala gatherings held last week at the Molly Pitcher in Red Bank and the Shore Casino in Atlantic Highlands, both candidates promising progress, improvement and vowing to unseat longtime incumbent Democrat Frank Pallone.
A Wedding On Ice
When Maggie and Danny Tacopino, bride and broom, walked off the ice at the Gold Coast Arena in Farmingdale last Saturday, surrounded by family and friends, they weren't on skates, but they were still gliding into happiness.
Church Breakfast Celebrates Role Of Fathers
RED BANK - Pilgrim Baptist Church celebrated the 20th anniversary of its Men's Community Breakfast last Saturday, March 20, with music, prayer and fellowship.
Citing State Aid Cuts, RB Board Rejects Teacher Contract
RED BANK - While the eight members of the borough Board of Education were sequestered away in executive session Tuesday evening, an unusually large audience poured into the Red Bank Middle School cafeteria to await the board's public session, which was scheduled for 8 p.m.
It's Dery's Pond
FAIR HAVEN - According to those close to him, the pond in Fair Haven Fields Nature Area was a place that gave Dery Bennett great comfort, inspiring him to continue his fight to protect and improve the environment.
RB Council Postpones Vote On Zoning Change For Maple Avenue
RED BANK - At their regular meeting Monday night, the borough council delayed a vote on a zoning change ordinance that would pave the way for an expansion project proposed by the Community YMCA.
Body Found On Sandy Hook
SANDY HOOK - The U.S. Park Service responded to the area of Skeleton Hill on Sandy Hook on Wednesday, March 17 to investigate a report of a dead body in the area.
Census Form Mix-up No Cause For Concern, FH Administrator Says
FAIR HAVEN - A significant percentage of Fair Haven residents have received 2010 Census forms that are labeled with incorrect house numbers and street addresses.
Fair Haven Tax Rate To Drop For Third Consecutive Year
FAIR HAVEN - For the third consecutive year residents of Fair Haven are set to see a reduction in their taxes for the municipal portion of the tax bill.
Fair Haven Joins Municipalities Opposed To LNG
FAIR HAVEN - The Borough of Fair Haven joined over 76 organizations, municipalities, and businesses opposed to the authorization and creation of three Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) facilities off the coast of New Jersey and New York.