The Week of November 30 - December 7, 1999 (Visit our Archives)
Photo by Scott Longfield
Volunteers enthusiastically await the start of the 30th annual CROP Walk for the Hungry at Red Bank Regional High School last Sunday.

This Week's Top Stories

RB Gets Luxe For Less At Doubletake
RED BANK - Champagne taste on a sparkling wine budget?
RB Candidates Night Draws Plenty Of Questions
RED BANK - Four candidates for the two available borough council seats joined Mayor Pasquale Menna, who is running unopposed for re-election, at a candidate's night hosted by the West Side Community Group on Wednesday, Oct. 13.
CROP Walkers Fight Hunger
Nearly 1,000 walkers and volunteers turned out last Sunday, Oct. 17 to participate in the annual CROP (Communities Responding to Overcome Poverty) Walk for Hunger.
Man Pleads Guilty To Primary School Attack
Assailant stabbed girlfriend, threatened officials, in school courtyard
M'town To Share Health Services
MIDDLETOWN - The Middletown Township Committee passed a resolution on Monday night to consolidate its Health Department through a shared service agreement with the Monmouth County Regional Health Commission.
Re-Crafted Cat Ordinance Set For Public Hearing In Nov.
SEA BRIGHT - While it appears the Borough of Sea Bright and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the New Jersey Fish and Wildlife Service have reached a compromise regarding the managed care of feral cats within the borough, significant changes were made to the ordinance that, by state law, required it be withdrawn and reintroduced as amended.
High Stakes In Freeholder Race
In less than two weeks county voters will be asked to select two members for the Board of Chosen Freeholders, among four candidates, with an incumbent from each party seeking re-election, which, depending on how the votes go, could change the balance of power for county government.
It's A Three Way Race For Highlands Mayor
HIGHLANDS - With Highlands Mayor Anna Little seeking higher office, it's a three-candidate race for the borough's top spot.
Beachfront Development 'Top Priority' For Sea Bright Council Candidates
SEA BRIGHT - Four candidates are vying for two seats on Sea Bright's Borough Council in this year's election.
Fair Trade "Showhouse" Promotes Social Responsibility
RED BANK - Fair Trade Red Bank will present a free, three-day event from October 22-24, in collaboration with several local Red Bank businesses.