The Week of November 30 - December 7, 1999 (Visit our Archives)
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Beating the heat at the Sprinkler Park, Asbury Park

This Week's Top Stories

United In Grief, Together In Love
When Karen Cangialosi and John Budzyna walk down the aisle of St. Catharine's Church in Holmdel on Saturday, July 17, two families, united in grief, friendship and eventually love, will come together.
Navesink Man Makes California Wine
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS - If you ask David Rossi what makes a good wine, he doesn't even hesitate when offering his answer.
COA, Commercial Fishermen Support Ban On Offshore Drilling
MIDDLETOWN - Just prior to the Fourth of July weekend, representatives from Clean Ocean Action joined commercial fishermen at the seafood co-operative fishing dock, in Belford section to kick off the group's C.O.A.S.T. (Clean Ocean Action Shore Tips) campaign, which is intended to educate and motivate beachgoers about the bounty and beauty the ocean offers.
Public Has Right To Access Beach At Private Club
Court rules against Seabright Beach Club in public access dispute
Officials Celebrate Restoration Of Former Barracks Building At Fort Hancock
Building is headquarters for NJ Marine Sciences Consortium
Pomphrey's Pond Dredging Set For September
RUMSON - Residents in the vicinity of Pomphrey Pond, located across from Borough Hall, descended upon the Borough Council on Tuesday night demanding answers for numerous delays related to the dredging of the pond.
M'town In Top 100
MIDDLETOWN - Middletown Township has been included in Money magazine's Top 100 places to live for the third time.
Fort Monmouth To Mark Last "Hoo-Ahh"
FORT MONMOUTH - This Friday, Saturday and Sunday Fort Monmouth will be presenting an event it's designating as "The Last HOO-AHH!" But what actually is a "hoo-ahh?", you may be asking.
Proposed Ordinance Would Strengthen Protection For Trees In Fair Haven
FAIR HAVEN - If a tree is cut down in Fair Haven does it make a sound? Evidently it does
Sidewalk Signs To Make A Comeback In Red Bank
RED BANK - Once prohibited, sidewalk signs will be allowed in the retail district on a trial basis.
RB Police Investigating Armed Robbery
RED BANK - Police are investigating an armed robbery occurring at a gas station early Tuesday morning.
M'town Considers Changing Leaf And Brush Pickup
MIDDLETOWN - After a particularly heavy brush pickup season following major winter and spring storms, the Middletown Township Committee recently discussed the possibility of revamping the schedule it currently uses for leaf and brush pickup.
FH Municipal Tax Rate Drops By 1.2 Cents
FAIR HAVEN - On Monday night the Fair Haven Mayor and Council adopted it's 2010 budget after adopting an amendment that lowered the tax levy even more than anticipated when the budget was introduced last March.
M'town Solicits Online Comments On Budget
MIDDLETOWN - A serious and difficult budget year with the potential for a 13 percent municipal tax hike has prompted the Middletown Township Committee to solicit budget comments on it's website prior to the public hearing scheduled for July 19 at 8 pm.