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

Two River Residents Join Cancer Study
Relay for life, the American Cancer Society's overnight event to combat cancer, is fast becoming a spring tradition in the Two River area.
Police Seek Suspect In Strong Arm Robbery
SHREWSBURY - The Shrewsbury Police Department is investigating a Strong Armed Robbery that occurred on Wednesday, May 12 at approximately 6:30 p.m. in front of San Remo Restaurant on Newman Springs Road.
RFH Students Accept "Rachel's Challenge"
RUMSON - While waiting with her father in the airport for their flight to arrive, Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School student Caroline Bitterly had the good fortune to meet Gene Bedley, chairman of the National Education Advisory Board and a good friend of Darrel Scott, father of Rachel Scott.
Parents Wary Of Teen Driver Decals
State Senator sponsoring bill to amend "Kyleigh's Law"
State senator sean Kean (R-11) has sponsored a bill that would amend a new law that took effect earlier this month known as Kyleigh's Law.
Busy Memorial Day Weekend Kicks Off Summer At The Shore
After a long and brutal winter at the Jersey Shore, summer finally arrives this weekend with the Memorial Day holiday that traditionally marks the opening of the summer season in the region.
Governor Speaks At Monmouth University Commencement
HOLMDEL - More than 1,200 Monmouth University graduates had a chance to hear from the governor last Thursday and also a chance to let the governor hear from them.
Fort Supports Memorial Day Events
Representatives from fort Monmouth will participate in 12 Memorial Day services in various communities.
NJDEP Creates Gulf Oil Team To Monitor Spread Of Spill
TRENTON - Although authorities have deemed the likelihood of the oil from the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico reaching the New Jersey coast as improbable, enough concern over the possibility has caused the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Bob Martin to form a special Gulf Oil Team to closely monitor the situation.
Four River Street Residents Arrested On Narcotics Charges
RED BANK - Police arrested four borough residents on a variety of narcotics charges last Friday at a River Street address.