The Week of November 30 - December 7, 1999 (Visit our Archives)
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Families of soldiers who died in Vietnam joined Vietnam veterans at the NJ Vietnam Memorial Friday, May 7 to observe the 15th anniversary of the dedication of the memorial. 1,562 service members from NJ died in Vietnam. \

This Week's Top Stories

RB Senior Facility Scales Back Plans For Addition
RED BANK - The Atrium at Navesink Harbor, a senior housing facility, had proposed to construct a 12-story addition on its neighboring property, which might have set the stage for protracted hearings and a possible legal battle with some area neighbors.
River Rats Mark 50 Years On The Navesink
FAIR HAVEN - This May 18 marks the 50th anniversary of the incorporation of the non-profit Fair Haven Sailing Club, River Rats, located on Fourth Creek at the foot of Battin Road.
See In 3-D In Atlantic Highlands
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS - Leonard Edwards has been showing movies for a long time.
Developer Unveils Plan For Townhomes On West Side
RED BANK - With changes to his initial plan in place, the developer for a Bridge Avenue development found solid support from the borough Zoning Board of Adjustment last week.
Lincroft Little League Celebrates 50 Years
Children of all ages, parents, dignitaries, coaches and players - current and alumni-helped the Lincroft Little League celebrate its golden anniversary on Sunday, May 2. At the same time, Challenged Youth Sports, a sports program for children with disabilities that got its start within Lincroft's Little League, celebrated its 20th anniversary.
Not Forgotten Family and friends mark 15th anniversary of N.J. Vietnam Veterans Memorial
HOLMDEL - On May 7 the New Jersey Vietnam Veterans' Memorial Foundation hosted New Jersey's Vietnam Veterans Remembrance Day.
Red Bank Drops Four-Day Work Week
RED BANK - Chalk it up to a hope to cut expenses that just didn't pay off.
Navesink River Road To Reopen
FREEHOLD - The portion of Navesink River Road that has been closed and under repair since April 1 is expected to reopen in approximately two weeks according to a press release issued by Monmouth County Public Information Director William Heine on May 7.
It's A Yard Sale-A-Palooza In The Two Rivers
Two town-wide yard sales are scheduled for this weekend in the two river area with approximately 300 individual locations likely participating.
RB Police Arrest Man For Shooting A Car
RED BANK - Police arrested a borough man early Saturday, charging him with firing gunshots at a car.
RB May OK Sandwich Board Signs Again
RED BANK - A currently prohibited mode of advertisement that would be used primarily for retail businesses, is once again under discussion.
Cartoon Show By Kids From Small Factory Flicks To Make TV Debut
FAIR HAVEN - What would happen if children were in charge of television programming?
Risa Clay Appointed Principal Of Red Bank Regional High School
LITTLE SILVER - Red Bank Regional (RBR) Acting Principal Risa Clay was officially appointed principal at the May 5th Board of Education Meeting.
Danna Court Flooding Will be Fixed This Year, Say FH Borough Administrator
FAIR HAVEN - For over ten years residents of Danna Court in Fair Haven have been dealing with a flooding problem that has recently created a potential sinkhole in the vicinity.