The Week of November 30 - December 7, 1999 (Visit our Archives)
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Brookdale Community College graduation - Sunday, May 16.

This Week's Top Stories

At Stop In RB, Pallone Touts Wall Street Reform
GOP opponents decry 'political opportunism'
Neighbors Voice Concerns About Proposed Development
RED BANK - The borough zoning board was scheduled to meet Thursday night, May 20 (after the TRT™ goes to press) to continue hearing an application to construct a 57-unit residential project on the western end of Monmouth Street, in the vicinity of the NJ Transit train station.
NJ Transit To Restore RB Train Station
RED BANK - Plans to restore the NJ Transit rail station here to its original beauty are moving forward, transit officials say, though the project will likely take longer to complete than initially proposed.
No July 4th Fireworks For Rumson This Year
RUMSON - It appears that the borough's annual July 3 fireworks display has fallen victim to difficult economic times.
RFH Hall Of Fame:'Embrace Your Inner Dork'
RUMSON - Rumson Fair Haven Regional High School held its 9th annual Hall of Fame induction ceremony last Friday, which honored Gene Healy (1989), George Miles (1970) and John J. Ryan III (1971).
Sea Bright Approves Budget For 2010
SEA BRIGHT - The Sea Bright Mayor and Council voted to adopt its 2010 municipal budget on Tuesday, but not before a contentious debate over the ability of the borough to trim the budget even further.
Two Teens Arrested In RB For Car Theft
RED BANK - Police last week arrested a minor and a young adult as they allegedly fled from a reported stolen car.
RBR Budget Cut By $270,500
RED BANK - With the voters' rejection of it last month, it became the obligation of the governing bodies of the three sending districts to review and revise the budget for Red Bank Regional High School, which was completed this week.
Middletown Committee: Cut $2.1 Million From School Budget
MIDDLETOWN - The Middletown Township Committee adopted a resolution on Monday night that recommended approximately $2.1 million in cuts to the Board of Education's 2010 budget that was soundly defeated by residents on April 20.
M'Town Mayor Sees Hope In Christie's "Tool Kit"
MIDDLETOWN - Middletown Mayor Gerard Scharfenberger is relying heavily on the leeway that he expects to be granted in the coming weeks under a package of 33 bills proposed by Governor Chris Christie, referred to as a municipal, county, and educational "tool kit", as a means for solving the Township's budget woes.