The Week of November 30 - December 7, 1999 (Visit our Archives)
Photo by Scott Longfield
A Sandy Hook visitor scans the bay for signs of seals Saturday at the Seal Walk hosted by the National Park Service.

This Week's Top Stories

RB Black History Exhibit Honors Local Heroes
RED BANK – Imogene Malloy has spent much of her life in Red Bank, living her life and raising her family.
Monmouth Game A Homecoming For Coach, College President
WEST LONG BRANCH – The Monmouth University men's basketball team lost to Robert Morris University 62-60 last Saturday night, dampening the Hawks' playoff aspirations.
Middletown Seeks Portion Of Library Surplus
Taking funds is necessary to offset layoffs, officials say
NPS Hears From Public On Ideas For Fort Hancock
The public had a chance to weigh in on the future of Fort Hancock last Tuesday night when the National Park Service and the Sandy Hook Foundation hosted an open house in the Monmouth Beach Cultural Center.
Police Arrest Two After Fight At Bar
MIDDLETOWN – Two women were arrested on Friday, February 18, after police responded to a report of a fight at the Junction Bar and Liquors on Main Street in Belford.
FH Consignment Shop Receives Second Chance
FAIR HAVEN – When Kathie Slavin realized Fair Haven's oldest consignment shop, The Attic, was going to close forever, she decided to give this second hand shop a second chance.
The Combat Veteran As Artist
LINCROFT – The soldier knows what war is and what war does, but many find it difficult to accurately express the experience of war to someone who has never been.
RB Reminds Residents On Trash/Recycling Rules
RED BANK – As winter melts into spring, Councilman Edward Zipprich, liaison to the Borough's Public Utilities Department, reminds residents of the regulations governing trash and recyclable collection.