The Week of November 30 - December 7, 1999 (Visit our Archives)
Photo by John Burton
A budding bride and her fiancé eye a wedding gown on display at Mustillo's, Broad St., during the Wedding Walk sponsored by Red Bank RiverCenter last Saturday.

This Week's Top Stories

Rock 'n' Rollin' In Tokyo
You'd think that after 30 years of photographing famous bands, a little rock 'n' roll wouldn't faze you.
March Brings The Brides To Red Bank For The Wedding Walk
RED BANK – Elena DeBartolo got to the Molly Pitcher Inn at about 9 a.m. on Saturday, accompanied by her mother. She was sitting at a table looking over her itinerary. It was going to be a busy day, she knew, and she has a lot of planning yet to do.
Fire Destroys Three Units In Highlands Condominium Complex
HIGHLANDS – Fire departments from throughout the two rivers joined Highlands firefighters last Thursday evening, March 10 to battle a two alarm fire that broke out in a condominium complex on Portland Road.
BCC Board Should Step Down, Says Freeholder
MIDDLETOWN – The Brookdale Community College Board of Trustees will not resign, as Monmouth County Freeholder John Curley demanded last week.
Could It Happen Here? Earthquakes In The Tri-State Area
The risk of earthquakes in the tri-state area is substantially greater than previously believed according to a 2008 study performed by scientists of the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory at Columbia University's Earth Institute.
Ducks May Have To Run For Cover In Fair Haven
FAIR HAVEN – Trees on private property in Fair Haven breathed a collective sigh of relief on Monday night when the attention of the borough council turned away from Councilman Robert Marchese's expressed intent to repeal the tree ordinance and toward the keeping of domestic ducks as pets.
FH To Outsource Trash Pickup
FAIR HAVEN – The Fair Haven Borough Council accepted a bid to outsource its garbage pickup and awarded a contract to M&S Waste Management of Middletown to provide the service to the borough going forward.
BCC, LWV To Host Forum On Hydrofracking On Wednesday, April 6, at 7 p.m., Brookdale
Community College and the League of Women Voters will host a forum on the impact of hydrofracking, a technology used to extract natural gas deposits that may have implications for Monmouth County and the state of New Jersey.
Municipal Tax Rate To Rise In SB
Sea Bright – Spending is down in Sea Bright, but so are revenues, officials noted Tuesday night as the governing introduced its 2011 budget.
Fort Restoration Advisory Board To Meet April 7
FORT MONMOUTH – The next Fort Monmouth Restoration Advisory Board (RAB) meeting is scheduled here at Gibbs Hall, 2000 Tinton Falls Avenue, at 7 p.m., Thursday, April 7.
Mayors Hear From Assemblyman On Budget Priorities
LITTLE SILVER – "I came to this job from your side," state Assemblyman Declan O'Scanlon told members of the Two River Council of Mayors at their monthly meeting on March 4.