The Week of November 30 - December 7, 1999 (Visit our Archives)
Photo by Scott Longfield
RBC Caseys march onto their newly renovated Count Basie Field, Friday, Sept. 10th.

This Week's Top Stories

Gathering To Remember
Two river residents honor victims of 9/11
Tour de Fair Haven To Take Place Sunday
FAIR HAVEN - In its second year in existence, the borough's Tour de Fair Haven Bicycle Race has grown to the second largest cycling event in New Jersey coming in just behind the prestigious Tour of Somerville, the oldest bicycle race in the country.
Junior League Names Library After Joan Lucky
"FOR US, JOAN Lucky is just up on a pedestal. She is a shining example of what we aim to accomplish, and that is, to make a difference in the community, through a non-profit, all volunteer organization,'' said Jennifer Collins, president, Junior League of Monmouth County, Inc.
Rumson Country Day Dedicates Riker Hall
RUMSON - Until last Friday it had been 20 years since Rumson Country Day School in Rumson added space to its facility, yet in that time enrollment has steadily increased forcing the school to go from two sections per grade level to three sections per grade level.
Little Silver Police Officer Indicted For Assault, Misconduct
LITTLE SILVER - A veteran borough police officer was indicted this week by a Monmouth County Grand Jury for allegedly assaulting a suspect in custody and attempting to cover it up by influencing a witness.
Shrewsbury To Poll Residents On Deer Hunt
SHREWSBURY - Borough residents will receive a questionnaire in the mail shortly asking their opinion on whether the town should undertake a deer hunt.
AH, Highlands May Dissolve Regional Sewerage Authority
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS - The sun may be setting for the regional sewerage authority, with the borough and neighboring Highlands taking over that responsibility.
UU Religion Director Launches Education Program
LINCROFT - Five years ago Michelle Creech had never heard of a Unitarian Universalist.
Preservation NJ To Honor Bowden, Strong, Saisselin
RED BANK - When Preservation New Jersey holds its annual gala this month at the Molly Pitcher Inn, three individuals active in the local preservation community will be among those honored.
Little Silver Identifies Two Potential Sites For Affordable Housing
LITTLE SILVER - The Borough Council has identified two areas of town as potential sites for the construction of affordable housing. Both sites are near the railroad station.
FH Council Accepts Resignation Of Borough Administrator
Fair Haven - On Monday night the Fair Haven Borough Council accepted the resignation of Borough Administrator Mary Howell.
Collegiate Rowers To Compete In Rumson
RUMSON - On Saturday, September 25, the borough will host the Rumson Boat Race, a collegiate classic rowing event that will take place on the Navesink starting at 8:30 a.m.
Motion To Amend FH Tree Ordinance Withdrawn After Debate
FAIR HAVEN - A proposed amendment to Fair Haven's tree removal ordinance introduced by Councilman John Lehnert in July failed on Monday after a motion to vote on the measure was withdrawn.
Man Arrested For Stabbing Guest With Screwdriver
RED BANK - A River Street resident was arrested last Saturday for allegedly stabbing an acquaintance with a screwdriver, according to police.