The Week of November 30 - December 7, 1999 (Visit our Archives)
Photo by Scott Longfield
Memorial Day Weekend beachgoers got a head start on the summer at Pier Village in Long Branch.

This Week's Top Stories

Beach Report: Sandy Hook, Asbury, Make The State's Top Ten
SANDY HOOK – Vacationers will be staying closer to home this year, and that's good news for New Jersey.
Forty Faces, One Photographer
The talents of Danny Sanchez
Search Continues for Missing Red Bank Woman
RED BANK – The Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office, working in conjunction with Red Bank and Eatontown police, are investigating the disappearance of a borough woman who has been missing for more than three weeks.
"Azzolina Bridge" Bill Headed for General Assembly
TRENTON – A bill to rename the Highlands Bridge the Captain Joseph Azzolina Memorial Bridge was approved by the State Assembly Transportation, Public Works and Independent Authorities Committee and now heads to the full General Assembly for final legislative approval.
Rumson Police Charge Suspect In Car Burglaries
RUMSON – Rumson Police arrested Jeffery Hayet, 19, of Oceanport and charged him with 18 counts of burglary and 13 counts of theft all occurring on May 18 in Rumson.
Riverfest Returns This Weekend
Summer's here and the time is right for dancing in the park.
In The Dog House At The Dawg House Over Sale of Property
HIGHLANDS – Although the business has been successful and developed a loyal customer base in only one year of operation, the Dawg House Restaurant on Route 36 in Highlands might be forced to shut its doors.
Fundraiser Underwrites Purchase of Football Rings for RFH Players
RUMSON – Displaying the same grit and team spirit that propelled them to a state championship, members of the Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School football team recently mounted a remarkable fundraising blitz that raised $22,000 to purchase rings for all 80 players.