The Week of November 30 - December 7, 1999 (Visit our Archives)
Photo by Scott Longfield
Indoor rowers and spectators at the Shrewsbury Borough School gym Sunday for the Two River Erg Challenge.

This Week's Top Stories

A Human Story: Gloria Steinem Speaks At BCC
LINCROFT – Chilly winter winds are still blowing on this first Tuesday in March, but not strongly enough to deter some 400 or so people from packing the house in this meeting room at Brookdale Community College, where famed feminist and author Gloria Steinem is talking about bears.
Calloway Resigns As Coach At Mon U
WEST LONG BRANCH – After 14 years at the helm, Dave Calloway has resigned as the head coach of the Monmouth University Hawks.
No Tuition Increase At Brookdale
Freeholder slams "sweetheart contract" for BCC's president
RB Unhappy With Overflowing Trash Receptacles
RED BANK – Mayor Pasquale Menna and Borough Councilman Arthur V. Murphy III this week were talking trash.
Fair Haven Budget Drops For Fourth Straight Year
FAIR HAVEN – The Borough of Fair Haven is in a position to lower its tax rate for the fourth consecutive year according to the municipal budget it introduced on Monday night.
Councilman Wants To Repeal Fair Haven Tree Ordinance
FAIR HAVEN – Councilman Robert Marchese announced during Monday night's regular council meeting that he intends, in the near future, to seek a motion to repeal Fair Haven's tree ordinance.
Cost Of Repairing SB Sewer Main Break Approaching $300,000
SEA BRIGHT – Two Rivers Water Reclamation Authority Executive Director Michael Gianforte was on hand at the Sea Bright Borough Council meeting on Tuesday to deliver some bad news with a hefty price tag.
Refusal To Leave FMERA Meeting Leads To Arrest
EATONTOWN – Citizen activist Tom Mahedy again finds himself at odds with the government entity established to bring about the redevelopment of Fort Monmouth once the Army departs – and again arrested.
Fireworks Committee Back In The Black
RED BANK – The fireworks committee has paid its bill to the borough.
Cashier Arrested For Theft Of Customer Credit Card
LITTLE SILVER – Borough police last week ar rested an Oceanport woman, alleging she used a stolen credit card to buy gift cards from local businesses.
Cause Of Fatal Crash In M'town Still Under Investigation
MIDDLETOWN – Middletown police continue to investigate the fatal crash on Cooper Road between Sleepy Hollow Road and Route 35 that claimed the life of 18-year-old Middletown resident Paul Thomas Bradley.
MUSIC SCENE - Night Grooves
While I'm sure that you are all looking forward to Spring in a couple of weeks the Count Basie Theatre in Red Bank is going one better by heating up the month of March with The Summer Of Love Concert: A Celebration of the Wood