The Week of November 30 - December 7, 1999 (Visit our Archives)
Photo by Scott Longfield
The sensational Soul Cruisers wow the crowd at Red Bank RiverFest.

This Week's Top Stories

Group Raising Funds For New Playground At Deane Porter
RUMSON – Rumson mothers and the Keith McHeffey Foundation (KDM Foundation) have come together to raise funds for the summer installation of a new playground at Deane Porter Elementary School, tentatively scheduled to open next school year.
Man Pleads Guilty To Ferry Ticket Fraud
Three others apply for pre-trial intervention
Sewer Plan Paves Way For Development On Bell Labs Site
County planners, Holmdel residents voice objections
Rumson Seeking Donors For Fireworks
RUMSON – In a final push to ensure a fireworks display this Fourth of July, the Borough of Rumson has sent a letter to area residents to help fund the event.
S'bury Readies Deer Report
SHREWSBURY – At its next public meeting, the governing body is planning to again discuss whether or not deer hunting should be allowed in the borough.
Psychic And Pet Lovers Team Up For Save US Pets
Animal lovers and psychic seekers came out recently to support the Save U.S. Pets Foundation and see Barbara Lee, renowned psychic, at the Two River Theater. Although some 50 people were in the audience, according to most reports, several more souls were in attendance.
Sea Bright OKs Liquor License Transfer For Surfrider Beach Club
SEA BRIGHT – The fear that neighbors of Surfrider Beach Club on Ocean Avenue in Sea Bright have is that the worst is yet to come after the Sea Bright Borough Council granted a place-to-place transfer of a liquor license on Tuesday.