The Week of November 30 - December 7, 1999 (Visit our Archives)
Photo by Scott Longfield
Lookin at Lucky (second from left) starts his charge for the finish line at the 2010 Izod Haskell Invitational at Monmouth Park last Sunday, August 1.

This Week's Top Stories

An Honor Befitting The Man
Fair Haven pond named after staunch environmentalist
County Mourns Death Of Judith Stanley Coleman
Friends, colleagues celebrate her half-century of service
LNG Proposal Off The Table - For Now
A controversial Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) facility proposed by Atlantic Sea Island Group to be built off the coast of Sea Bright is off the table - for now.
A Best Friend's Wish
Roommate of Haiti Earthquake Victim Holds Fundraiser in her memory
It's Clamfest Time In Highlands!
HIGHLANDS - Despite losing its Business Improvement District designation late last year, the Highlands Business Partnership is following through on a promise made earlier this year that it would continue to operate all planned calendar events.
Middletown Considers Staggering Costs Of Design, Construction For Capital Improvements
MIDDLETOWN - The Township of Middletown has "substantially less" money available in the capital improvements budget than it did last year according to Township Administrator Anthony Mercantante.
Middletown To Start Curbside Pickup Of Mixed Paper, Cardboard
MIDDLETOWN - The Middletown Township Committee recently adopted an amendment to its recycling ordinance to include curbside pickup of mixed paper and corrugated cardboard.
As Borough Hall Deteriorates, Council Considers Its Options
SEA BRIGHT - Borough Hall is falling down according to Borough Administrator Maryanne Smeltzer.
Red Bank Cab Drivers Unhappy About Proposed Increase In License Fees
RED BANK - A proposal to increase fees for the limited number of taxi licenses in the borough is not sitting well with cab owners.
Sticker Abuse Draws Ire Of Borough Officials
RED BANK - Members of the governing body are sick of seeing stickers turn up on signs in the borough, and they plan to do something about it.
Highlands Man Sentenced In Motorcycle Death
FREEHOLD - A Highlands man who pleaded guilty to causing the death of a woman while he rode his motorcycle drunk, will now face six years in state prison and will have his driving license suspended for life.
Teens And Parents Speak Out Against Kyleigh's Law
There has been continuous controversy surrounding the driving law recently passed in New Jersey that has put new restrictions on teen drivers.