The Week of November 30 - December 7, 1999 (Visit our Archives)
Photo by Sean Simmons
Leading the pack at the George Sheehan Classic Saturday, June 18.

This Week's Top Stories

Until The Day You Die
Friends of Clarence Clemons remember the Big Man
Photos of Clarence
Hannah Banana Brightens The Day For Riverview Patients
RED BANK – A little fun and a smile or two can be just what the doctor ordered, which is why Dr. Gary Prisand was at Riverview Medical Center last Thursday on a mission that's very close to his heart.
Rumson Residents Outraged Over Tree Cutting
RUMSON – On June 7, Rick Jones, Bill Wilby and James Quadarella stood shaking their heads as they surveyed a residential construction site at 36 Navesink Avenue.
Asbury Park Mourns Loss of Local Great
Fans flocked to Asbury Park this week to remember the life of the late Clarence Clemons, the saxophonist in Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band.
Oceanic Bridge To Close For Repairs
Rumson to Locust span to close in Oct. and re-open next Memorial Day
S'bury Adopts Deer Plan
SHREWSBURY – After months of discussion, the Borough Council has adopted a deer management plan that permits bow hunting on private property within the borough.
Residents Object To Middletown Methadone Clinic
MIDDLETOWN – Residents packed the town hall during last Monday's Township Committee meeting to object to the presence of a methadone clinic at the corner of Route 36 and Apple Farm Road.
Middletown Solar Project
MIDDLETOWN – Middletown Township is one step closer to harnessing the power of the sun that could save the township $6.6 million over the next 15 years.
LS Business Owner Indicted For Illegal Dumping
LITTLE SILVER – A borough resident and area business owner, along with three of his associates, was arrested June 3 on a variety of federal charges related to the dumping of thousands of tons of contaminated debris in upstate New York.
LS Police Contract Will Save Borough $60,000 Per Year
LITTLE SILVER – The Borough Council has reached a contract agreement with the local Police Benevolent Association. At its June 13 meeting, the council approved a resolution authorizing the agreement between the PBA members and the borough for four years.
Rumson Officially Dedicates Pomphrey's Pond
RUMSON – It's official. The pond across from Rumson Borough Hall is now officially known as Pomphrey's Pond in honor of the family that has lived next door to the pond for over one hundred years.
LS Developer Seeks Removal Of Age Restriction From Townhouse Proposal
LITTLE SILVER – Times have changed since the borough Planning board approved Carriage Park, a large, age restricted townhouse development that had been planned for parts of Oceanport and Eastview avenues.