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

This Week's Top Stories

KaBoom! Celebration Considered Success
New plans, more cops, smaller crowds, early drizzle kept event family friendly
A Good Day For Brain Injured Kids
SUMMIT – Last Thursday was a good day. That's what Patrick Donohue said. It was especially good for his 6-year-old disabled daughter and for the scores of others who have suffered from traumatic brain injuries.
M'town Parks Vandalized
Middletown – Several Middletown recreation facilities were damaged during a wide-ranging vandalism spree a little over a week ago.
C.O.A.S.T. Examines Opening Up Of Offshore Drilling
Sea Bright – The United States Congress has passed a trio of bills designed to expedite oil and gas exploration and drilling in the Atlantic Ocean.
Rent A Bike For The Day And Explore Sandy Hook
Ray's Bike Rentals in Sandy Hook offers low rate bike rentals for a few hours, couple of days or even the entire season for those looking to explore the nature, history and beauty of Sandy Hook and other points along the shore.
Aslan Clinic Held Up At Customs In Haiti
Red Bank – Aslan Youth Ministries, a non-profit organization based in Red Bank that serves the youth of impoverished communities in Monmouth County, has met a tremendous obstacle in its outreach initiative in Haiti.
Father And Sons Arrested In Middletown Drug Bust
MIDDLETOWN – The Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office and the township police arrested a Port Monmouth man and his two adult sons charging them with a wide array of narcotics charges.
Front Street Club Awaits Word On License
RED BANK – The future remains uncertain for a West Front Street nightspot's liquor license. The Borough Council has placed the renewal on hold, at least for now.
Missing Red Bank Woman's Remains Identified
RED BANK – The remains of a body found off of the Garden State Parkway nearly two weeks ago has been identified as a borough woman who had been missing since May, with the cause of death labeled a homicide.
A Night Of Music
For Haiti At Pilgrim Baptist Church