The Week of November 30 - December 7, 1999 (Visit our Archives)
Photo by Scott Longfield
Monmouth County Park System Rent-a-Canoe Day at Thompson Park, Sunday, July 10.

This Week's Top Stories

Quick Responses By Cops, Firemen Stop Wallace St. Blaze
RED BANK – There were a few tense moments Tuesday evening as police and the fire department responded to a fire call at a Wallace Street luxury apartment and condominium complex, which resulted in some substantial water damage to at least one apartment but no reported injuries.
Childhood Obesity An Issue For The Whole Community
RED BANK – Addressing the problem of childhood obesity will take the efforts of many within the community, according to Fatimah Williams Castro, a partnership coordinator with the non-profit agency New Brunswick Tomorrow, as she addressed the issue in the borough on Monday night.
The Painting World Of James Avati
Museum showcases the work of Red Bank artist
Ospreys Mate For Life, Take Separate Vacations
MONMOUTH BEACH – The next time you watch the ospreys hanging out at their nest in the marsh off Patten Avenue hard by Manhassett Creek, the most visible of four occupied nests in the borough, or by any of the 13 occupied osprey nests scattered about on Sandy Hook – consider their romance.
Kayak Company Will Rent You A Relaxing Day On The River
MIDDLETOWN – With the growing popularity of kayaking as a recreational activity and the fact this area is surrounded by water, James Ingenito had an idea, then a business plan and now a passion.
Junior Gardeners Raise The Colors And Flavors Of The Season In Middletown
Middletown – If you're looking for fresh, locally grown produce head over to the Tonya Keller Community Center in North Middletown.
Jay Dooley Memorial 3 on 3 Tourney Brings Out the Shore's Best
Rumson – The Jay Dooley Memorial Foundation will host its second annual 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament on July 22 and July 23 at Holy Cross School in Rumson.