The Two River Times
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The Week of November 30 - December 7, 1999
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The Songwriters in the Park Summer Series sponsored by WBJB 90.5 radio takes place every Friday at Riverside Gardens Park in Red Bank.
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This Week's Top Stories
Celebrating The Garden State
RED BANK – Steve Rogers thinks there is a lot of good stuff here in New Jersey, and he wants the world to know it.
A Welcome Home Friday For Rumson Marine
RUMSON – When Lance Corporal Sean R. MacDonald of the United States Marine Corps returns home to Rumson this Friday over 200 friends and family will be lining Blackpoint Road to welcome him.
Swimmers Go Gold To Cure Kids Cancer
When one of his young swimmers complained of leg pain, it reignited a harrowing memory for Coach Paul Buerck.
Squirming Birds Get Banding Bracelets At Sandy Hook
SANDY HOOK – Mama Osprey was not a happy bird.
State To Upgrade Water Testing Technology
Debris washups often signal problems with water quality
Three Arrested For Assault At HS Graduation Party
RED BANK – Three 18-year-old men are scheduled to appear in Municipal Court this week for arraignment for their alleged involvement in an assault at a high school graduation party last month.
FH Tables Tree Ordinance
FAIR HAVEN – The leaves on the trees of Fair Haven will change colors before the ordinance governing their right to exist is settled.
Former West Side Residents Return For Annual Block Party
RED BANK – When Dale Weems and Robert Lewis are asked what they think of when they think of Red Bank, the two former west side residents look at each other and give a knowing glance and smile.
Red Bank Police Arrest Five For Underage Drinking
RED BANK – Borough Police working with the cooperation of the staff at a local bar, netted five arrests for alleged attempts at underage drinking.
Red Bank To Charge For Parking At Maple Cove
RED BANK – Parking at one area overlooking the Navesink River is now going to cost.
RB Council Approves Valet Parking Service For Downtown
RED BANK – Visitors to the downtown business district starting next week won't necessarily have to search for their own parking spaces.
Neighbors Turn Out For Hearing On LS Townhouse Project
LITTLE SILVER – Parker Avenue resident Jerry Solujich came to last Tuesday's planning board meeting for the same reason many of his neighbors attended.