The Week of November 30 - December 7, 1999 (Visit our Archives)
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This Week's Top Stories

FH Councilman John Lehnert Dies Of Self-Inflicted Wound
Saved two lives during 14 years on police force
Join The Kids And "Make Some Noise"
The only way to recognize National Pediatric Cancer Awareness month is by celebrating the lives of children who have survived this tragic disease and honor those who lost their battles.
RB School Community Remembers "Wonderful Teacher"
One year later, murder of Jonelle Martin remains under investigation
Crisis In Rumson Real Estate? Not So, Say Realtors
"NY Post" article was wrong, locals say
Twp. Officials Differ On Wisdom Of Videotaping Meetings
Middletown - Republican Mayor Gerard Scharfenberger and Democratic Township Committeeman Sean Byrnes don't always agree.
400 Cyclists Competed In Tour De Fair Haven
FAIR HAVEN - Under clear blue skies accompanied by a refreshing end-of-summer breeze, the 2nd Annual Tour de Fair Haven came off without a hitch.
Middletown Man Injured, Arrested After Home Explosion
MIDDLETOWN - Police arrested a township resident last Tuesday afternoon following an explosion at the resident's home in which he sustained injuries to his hand.
Red Bank Forms Committee To Review Fireworks Issues
RED BANK - At a borough council meeting on Monday, Sept. 13, Mayor Pasquale Menna announced the formation of a committee to review issues related to the borough's annual Fourth of July fireworks event.
Owners Of Auldwood Carriage House Have Not Applied For Demolition Permit
RUMSON - While rumors fly regarding the possible demolition of a carriage house on Edgewood Road that was part of the Auldwood estate formerly owned by Joseph C. Hoagland, a pre-eminent baking powder supplier in the United States in the 19th Century, the Rumson Construction Department has not received an application seeking its demolition.
SB Smart Growth Plan Focused On Revenue Generating Projects
SEA BRIGHT - Sea Bright Councilman Brian Kelly took some time on Tuesday night to clarify some questions he's received regarding the proposed Smart Growth plan including who is involved and how would it be funded.