The Week of November 30 - December 7, 1999 (Visit our Archives)

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Linda Canzanelli Named Superintendent Of Gateway National Recreation Area
NEW YORK - National Parks of New York Harbor Commissioner Maria Burks has named Linda Canzanelli as superintendent of Gateway National Recreation Area. Canzanelli will be responsible for the 26,000 acre park, which spans locations in New York and New Jersey, and drew more than nine million visitors in 2009.
Red Bank's St. Anthony's Embraces New Immigrants
RED BANK - In 1920, a new generation of immigrants founded a small church in Red Bank to preserve their Catholic traditions and maintain a sense of home in their new country.
Operations Director To Retire From RiverCenter
RED BANK - In the nearly 20 years of its existence, Red Bank RiverCenter has seen considerable changes.
Township Road Crews Working Clear Roads Mayor Declares State of Emergency
MIDDLETOWN - Township road crews continue to battle one of the most severe snow storms in recent memory with a goal of reaching all township roads by midnight on Tuesday, said Mayor Gerard P. Scharfenberger.
County crews Assisting State In Snow Cleanup
County, Manasquan OEM rescue dozens stranded on Route 18
NJ Residents Oppose Wind Turbine Technology
TRENTON - Harnessing the power of wind might be better for the environment than burning fossil fuels but residents and officials in Union Beach and Sea Girt are questioning the necessity of placing Industrial Wind Turbines (IWT) in populated areas.
Kaboom 2011? Maybe Not.
Fireworks committee expected to recommend charging admission, skipping a year
Rumson Crew Returns To Rec Program
RUMSON - The Rumson Borough Council has decided to move forward with the Shared Service Agreement with neighboring Fair Haven to return Rumson Crew to the borough recreation program after a two-year trial period at Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School.
Middletown Police Seek Information On Bank Robbery
MIDDLETOWN - Township police are asking anyone who may have witnessed the robbery of Sovereign Bank, Hwy. 35 and New Monmouth Road, last Friday, December 17 to contact the Middletown Police Department, the Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office or the FBI. According to police, a white male wearing a green hooded sweatshire, a beige baseball cap, dark framed glasses and a scarf across his face entered the bank and approached a teller.
Governing Body Honors Outgoing Committeeman
MIDDLETOWN - The Middletown Township Committee took a moment to recognize Committeeman Sean Byrnes' service as a member of the committee for the past three years.
Pedestrian Safety A Priority For 2011, Says RB Mayor
RED BANK - A priority for the coming year for Mayor Pasquale Menna will be addressing pedestrian safety within the borough.
Red Bank Police Arrest Man For Burglary Of Monmouth Day Care Center
RED BANK - Borough police made an arrest last week in connection with three burglaries that occurred at Monmouth Day Care Center, Drs. James Parker Blvd., during the last month.