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The Week of November 30 - December 7, 1999
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The Friendly Sons of Ireland leap into the new year in their bathing suits Jan. 1 in Asbury Park. The event was a benefit for area charities.
This Week's Top Stories
Fighting The White Stuff
DPW workers workers bore brunt of Blizzard of 2010
FH Resident Chronicles Boating On The Navesink
FAIR HAVEN'S Rik Van Hemmen started out to write a boat story
At Reorg Meeting, RB Appoints New Borough Attorney
RED BANK - The Mayor and Borough Council held their annual reorganization meeting last Saturday, Jan 1.
AH Council A "Well-Oiled Machine," Says Rast
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS - The borough council is "working like a well-oiled machine," Mayor Frederick J. Rast III remarked during the annual reorganization meeting Jan. 1.
FH Mom Praises Borough Workers, First Aid Volunteers, For Storm Aid
FAIR HAVEN - What many feared during last week's blizzard that dropped nearly two feet of snow in 24 hours, Eileen Rodriguez of Fair Haven experienced first hand when her daughter suddenly and unexpectedly had a seizure.
Fiore Sworn In As Mayor In Middletown
MIDDLETOWN - There were no surprises at the Middletown Township Committee's annual reorganization meeting last Sunday when the Committee voted to elect Anthony P. Fiore as Middletown's Mayor for 2011.
FH To Prepare For 2012 Centennial
FAIR HAVEN - The Borough of Fair Haven made a smooth transition into the New Year at its annual reorganization meeting last Saturday.
Atlantic Highlands Library To Become Branch Of County System
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS - Along with a new building, users of the local library will see another change in the near future, as the borough library becomes a branch of the county library system.
Tournament Pays Tribute To Local Victim Of Seton Hall Fire
Coaches, players, remember and honor Frank Caltabilota