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The Week of November 30 - December 7, 1999
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RB Doctors On Mission To Peru
RED BANK – Three area doctors are answering a call for medical help in a place that is a world away from Red Bank.
Tears, Smiles Mark Closing Services At Fort Chapel
FORT MONMOUTH – There are times in the life of a religious community when shared humanity rises above dogma, surmounts differences, forges connection.
Officials Await Report On Body Found Off Parkway
Remains may be those of missing Red Bank mother of two
Business Owners Gearing Up For Bridge Closing
Loyal clientele, more marketing may help avoid drop in revenue
Candidate For Township Committee Charged With Crack Possession
MIDDLETOWN – The Democratic candidate for Middletown Township Committee, Alex DeSevo, 43, was arrested on June 18 for possession of crack cocaine after an incident at the Holmdel Motor Inn where DeSevo had rented a room.
RB Police, Bar Owners Ready for The 4th
RED BANK – With just a few days remaining before the July 3 fireworks, borough police called a meeting with liquor license holders to discuss ways of curtailing rowdy behavior.
FH Historical Association Funds Repair Of Fisk Chapel
FAIR HAVEN – For the past year, the Borough of Fair Haven has been preparing for its centennial celebration, to take place in the spring of 2012.
Red Bank Officials Approve Contract With PBA, Police Chief
RED BANK – After working without a contract for more than six months, the borough police department has reached an agreement with the governing body.
Need For Help Rises 400 Percent At LunchBreak
RED BANK – Traditionally, the spring and summer months are not the best months for donations to food banks and pantries.
Plainfield Man Arested For Murder At Red Oak Diner
FREEHOLD – A Plainfield has been indicted this week for the shooting of a Hazlet diner waitress this winter.
Hearing On Townhouse Development Set For July 12
LITTLE SILVER – Times have changed since 2007, when the borough planning board approved Carriage Park, an age restricted townhouse development proposed for Oceanport and Eastview avenues.