The Week of November 30 - December 7, 1999 (Visit our Archives)
Photo by Scott Longfield
Pirates from the Red Bank Public Schools were on a treasure hunt at the annual Halloween parade last Sunday, October 24.

This Week's Top Stories

It's A New Era For Rumson Market
RUMSON - "You know what a customer said when he saw the store at our grand opening? He said, "Your meat case looks like a jewelry case."
Golden, Brophy, Vie For County Sheriff
When former Monmouth County Sheriff Kim Guadagno left that job after winning election as the state's lieutenant governor, Shaun Golden, who had been with the department as an undersheriff, was appointed to serve as acting sheriff.
Democratics Newcomers Challenge GOP Veterans In AH
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS - According to this year's candidates for borough council, the choice facing voters next Tuesday will be between voting for proven experience or a fresh perspective.
Paper Cranes Take Flight From Horizons
RUMSON - A summer vacation for Rumson teen, Blake Goodwyn, turned out to be an education in international relations for Red Bank children.
GOP Candidates Hope To Break Democratic Stronghold In RB
RED BANK - Democratic incumbent Council members Sharon Lee and Kathy Horgan this year are seeking re-election as they run with Democratic Mayor Pasquale Menna, who faces no Republican candidate this year, with Republican Council candidates Joseph Mizzi and Rob Lombardi looking to unseat the two and establish a Republican foothold on the exclusively Democratic six-member council.
Red Bank Regional Superintendent Resigns Stepping Down Due To Wife's Illness
LITTLE SILVER - Just about a year into the job, the Red Bank Regional High School superintendent is resigning.
Democrats Challenge GOP Incumbents In Rumson
Rumson - Four candidates are running for the two open seats on the borough council.
Ballot Question Would Prohibit Diversion of State Funds
TRENTON - Should monies collected for a specific purpose be used for the stated purpose?
Voting Gets Easier
FREEHOLD - It has gotten easier for the public to vote, says Monmouth County Clerk M. Claire French.
Belford Man Arrested For Sale Of Narcotics
MIDDLETOWN - On Tuesday, October 19, the Middletown Township Police arrested Richard Weber, age 40, Church Street Belford, on narcotics charges after a month long investigation conducted by Cpl. Bernie Chenoweth and Ptl. Kevin Gardiner, who were assigned to a special detail in the Detective Bureau.
RB Police Arrest Two On Narcotics Charges
RED BANK - A police raid on a Bank Street residence on Friday resulted in the arrest of two borough men on narcotics charges, with a woman taken into custody for alleged outstanding warrants, police said last week.