The Week of November 30 - December 7, 1999 (Visit our Archives)
Photo by Scott Longfield
It was "Ready, Set, Run" at the annual Rumson Run last Saturday, May 7.

This Week's Top Stories

Save U.S. Pets Fundraiser To Feature Psychic Barbara Lee
RED BANK – Psychic Barbara Lee will be in town for a special event at the Two River Theater Company on Sunday, May 22 from 3 to 6 p.m.
"Sidewalk Superintendent" The First To Cross New Bridge
HIGHLANDS – In rain or shine, warm weather or cold, Highlands resident John Rahm would put on his hardhat and yellow reflector vest and proceed to the site of Highlands Bridge construction project.
Navesink Watershed Bald Eagles Parents Again
On May 6, a team from New Jersey's Endangered and Nongame Species Program (ENSP) and local nest watchers banded a healthy female chick hatched by the Navesink Watershed bald eagle pair.
Lincroft Residents Protest Proposed Townhouse Development
MIDDLETOWN – A large crowd streamed into the township's hearing chamber and spilled out into the hall last Wednesday, May 4, to voice their objections to a proposed townhouse development.
LS Physician Indicted For Role In Oxycodone Ring
A LITTLE SILVER physician is among 22 people indicted by the U.S. Attorney for drug trafficking and conspiracy, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced on Wednesday.
RiverFest To Return In June
RED BANK – RiverFest, the borough's award-winning food, music and family festival, returns the weekend of June 3, 4 and 5 under the sponsorship of the Eastern Monmouth Area Chamber of Commerce.
Councilman Proposes Amendments To Fair Haven Tree Ordinance
FAIR HAVEN – As promised, Fair Haven Councilman Robert Marchese proposed several amendments to the borough's tree ordinance on Monday night, that would greatly ease tree removal restrictions on private property owners.
Fair Haven Council Mulls Disbanding Zoning Board
FAIR HAVEN – With ordinance in hand, the Fair Haven Borough Council is considering dissolving the borough's zoning board and merging it with the planning board.
Eagle Scout Project Shows FH Residents How To Conserve Water
FAIR HAVEN – What began as an Eagle Scout service project has become a borough-wide effort to conserve rainwater.
RB Mayor To Hold First Constituent Meeting Saturday
RED BANK – The first of the informal Mayor's Meetings with constituents will be held this Saturday morning, May  14 from 10 a.m. to noon at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, River Road, Red Bank.