The Week of November 30 - December 7, 1999 (Visit our Archives)
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Governor Chris Christie addresses the crowd that attended his town meeting in Middletown on Wednesday.

This Week's Top Stories

Yes, You Can Be A Writer, Author Tells FH Kids
FAIR HAVEN – Alice Adams, a fifth grader at Knollwood School appeared pretty happy Tuesday morning.
Ice Boaters Of RB, 1856-2011
RED BANK – In 1856, George Allaire, George Whiting and Nathan Cook sailed the first ice boats on the Navesink River.
Big Problems, Tough Solutions At Town Hall meeting, Governor underlines need for cuts
MIDDLETOWN – Governor Chris Christie held a town hall style meeting at the VFW hall on Route 36 in Middletown on Wednesday morning that, despite the inclement weather, attracted approximately 300 residents from the area.
Attacker Sentenced To 15 Years
Vargas-Mancilla stabbed girlfriend in courtyard of Red Bank Primary School
Task Force: More Police, Admission Fees For Red Bank Fireworks 2011
RED BANK – The borough's Independence Day celebration may be a little different this year.
Wind Turbine Dispute Goes To Court
The dispute over the proposed construction of a 1.5-megawatt, 262-foot high wind turbine, reaching 380 feet at peak height, by the Bayshore Regional Sewerage Authority in Union Beach will now be argued in the courts.
Ownership Mixup Delays Work On FH DeNormandie Park
FAIR HAVEN – Where is Robards' Park?
Zoning Board Hears Plan For Monmouth St. Residential Project
RED BANK – With its previous density approval in hand, GS Realty, the developer, was back before the zoning board last week to present plans for a proposed 57-unit residential development at the western portion of Monmouth Street.
San Remo Restaurant Will Move To RB
RED BANK – It'll be about a mile trip north for Giovenni Bougdour and his restaurant, as they leave their current home in Shrewsbury to move to Red Bank.
Littoral Society Receives $1 Million Clean Water Grant
TRENTON – The American Littoral Society has been awarded a $1 million grant by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection to help solve water pollution problems damaging Barnegat Bay.
RB Business Owners Ask Council For Help
RED BANK – A letter, presented to the mayor and borough council at Monday's meeting, offered some borough business owners' take on the state of the community, seeming to express a sense of frustration with the governing body.