The Week of November 30 - December 7, 1999 (Visit our Archives)

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MP Track Announcer Calls Triple Crown For NBC
Larry Collmus has been a fixture as track announcer at Monmouth Park since 1994.
Nike Air Defense Veterans Remember Fallen Comrades
On Sunday, May 22, a small group of veterans of our nation's Nike Air Defense program gather at Guardian Park in the Fort Hancock section of Sandy Hook to remember ten of their colleagues who died in the service of their country without ever leaving home.
On Memorial Day, Remembering Those We Lost
For many, Memorial Day is simply a three day weekend signaling the start of the summer season.
Council Members Tied On Tree Ordinance Amendment
Fair Haven – Several borough council members are having second thoughts about the necessity of making any changes to the borough's tree ordinance.
Red Bank Hotel Proposal Clears One Hurdle At Zoning Board
RED BANK – The developers seeking to build a hotel on a long vacant gas station site, cleared one hurdle last week.
Poll: Majority In NJ Support Offshore Drilling
With prices at the pump near the $4 mark, New Jerseyans report cutting back on driving and other expenses similar to levels seen in the summer of 2008 – the last time gas prices were this high.
Little Silver Council Rejects Snow Removal Ordinance
LITTLE SILVER – It was a full house at last Monday's borough council meeting here, with battle lines drawn over an ordinance proposing that homeowners be required to clear their sidewalks of snow within 24 hours of a snowfall.