The Week of November 30 - December 7, 1999 (Visit our Archives)
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RFH's Michael Guzman makes his second touchdown of the game vs. Ewing Friday night.

This Week's Top Stories

M'Town Residents Question Mayor On Salary, State Job
MIDDLETOWN - The election for Township Committee is over, and while self-described "lame duck" Committeeman Sean Byrnes has "had some very good nights' sleep since the election," re-elected Mayor Gerard Scharfenberger is facing intense scrutiny over statements he made and statements he didn't make during the campaign.
Knit One, Purl Two At The Book Store
FAIR HAVEN - There was a buzz the other day at River Road Books in Fair Haven, as 10 young knitters wound and twirled, pulled and pushed colorful yarn through sturdy needles.
Deer A Danger In Rumson
RUMSON - If you see one there's another one nearby.
Prown's Calendar A Reminder Of Old Red Bank
RED BANK - Flipping the pages will be a trip down memory lane for some and an introduction to old Red Bank for others able to get a copy of next year's Prown's Home Improvements store calendar.
With Positive Reward Training, Dog Trainers Create "Bonds, Not Binds"
Many celebrities have employed the services of a positive reward based trainer for their dogs.
Rumson, Fair Haven Resolve Team, Playing Field Problems
RUMSON - Fair Haven and Rumson will continue their decades-long cooperation in the area of youth sports now that the two neighbors have resolved issues surrounding the use of playing fields and other borough resources.
Governor Intervenes Against LNG
TRENTON - On Wednesday, Nov. 17, the Christie Administration filed a motion to intervene in opposition to an application from Liberty Natural Gas to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) seeking the approvals necessary to proceed with an offshore, liquefied natural gas (LNG) facility.
Rehydrate? Yes, But Reuse!
Shrewsbury to encourage use of reusable water bottles
LS Police Make Arrest Suspect In Bennett Lane Burglary
LITTLE SILVER - Borough police last week charged a Red Bank man with a daytime burglary committed in June.
Man Arrested On Drug And Weapon Charges
MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP - Township police arrested a Fair Haven man on weapons charges on Saturday, November 6.
"Can" You Help The Hungry This Weekend?
Members of the Red Bank Rotary Club will be collecting canned goods for the Salvation Army this Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Nov. 18, 19 and 20 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Extra Rail And Bus Service Set For Thanksgiving Travelers
NEWARK - Whether you're traveling over the river or through the woods, NJ TRANSIT is gearing up to ensure that your travel plans go smoothly over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.
Assistance Is Available For Veterans At New County Office
FREEHOLD - The Board of Chosen Freeholders opened a County Veteran Services Office Nov. 10 at the newly named Office on Aging, Disabilities and Veterans Services.
County Legislators Advocate For Racing Industry
Monmouth County's GOP Legislators are urging that further discussions take place before the latest recommendations on horseracing from the Governor's Advisory Commission on Gaming, Sports and Entertainment are implemented.
Shrewsbury Council Solicits Draft Plan For Deer Hunting
SHREWSBURY - The Borough Council will be moving ahead with a draft plan to allow deer hunting in the borough.
Monmouth Univ. Conference Features 'Race In Politics' Roundtable
WEST LONG BRANCH - Monmouth University hosted its second Interdisciplinary Conference on Race last Thursday through Saturday, Nov. 11-14.