The Week of November 30 - December 7, 1999 (Visit our Archives)
Photo by Scott Longfield
The Easter Bunny on the boardwalk in Asbury Park last Sunday, April 24th.

This Week's Top Stories

Overwhelmed, Overworked, Underappreciated
Author addresses the mom-career conflict
Judge Orders Stay In Fight Over Union Beach Wind Turbine
UNION BEACH – The fight over whether or not the Bayshore Regional Sewerage Authority can construct a 1.5-megawatt, 262-foot high wind turbine at its facility in Union Beach has reached a temporary standstill.
Real Estate Developer Guilty Of Embezzlement
TRENTON – A Monmouth County real estate developer pleaded guilty in federal court last week to embezzling almost $1 million in an investment fraud scheme, the U.S. Attorney's Office announced last week.
RB OKs Patio Bar For Basie
RED BANK – Probably as soon as this summer, patrons of the Count Basie Theatre will have the opportunity to enjoy a libation al fresco.
Quality Of Life In The Garden State
What is New Jersey's quality of life? According to a unique Monmouth University Poll of state residents, it is generally positive, but it could be better.
Colleagues Mourn Passing Of Assistant Prosecutor
FREEHOLD – Current and former colleagues were shocked and saddened over the death of a veteran member of the Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office.
Vote On Fair Haven Budget Awaits State Aid Figure
FAIR HAVEN – The Fair Haven Borough Council held a public hearing on its 2011 budget on Monday night, however, the council can't adopted its budget until the State of New Jersey certifies how much aid Fair Haven will receive this year.
RB Refunds Developer's Parking Payment
RED BANK – "Again, he was right. It should never have been imposed," said Mayor Pasquale Menna, about the passage of a resolution returning much of a payment imposed on a west side real estate developer for what the mayor deemed an incorrectly levied obligation for insufficient parking.
Shrewsbury Mourns Police Sergeant
RED BANK – The proposed budget for the 2011- 2011 school year calls for an increase over last year of slightly less than one cent per $100 of assessed valuation.