The Week of November 30 - December 7, 1999 (Visit our Archives)
Photo by Sean Simmons
Coil noses out Shackleford as Ruler on Ice comes in third at the Haskell at Monmouth Park last Sunday.

This Week's Top Stories

Sale Of Rumson Estate Sets Record
RUMSON – The $12 million sale price for Long Point in Rumson, a River Road property until recently owned by retired General and former gubernatorial candidate Peter Dawkins, is the single largest residential real estate transaction in the history of Rumson and the second largest in Monmouth County.
Little Silver Mourns The Loss Of 'Mayor Suzie'
LITTLE SILVER – The borough is mourning the loss of a lifelong resident who dedicated much of her life to serving her community.
Area Boat Clubs Teach Kids How To Sail
Just about everyone in the two river area lives within minutes of the ocean, the Navesink or the Shrewsbury Rivers.
Rutgers, Baykeeper Study Oyster Restoration
KEYPORT – For the past two months the New York/New Jersey Baykeeper and scientists from Rutgers University have been walking the coast of the Bayshore to determine the feasibility of oyster restoration in the Raritan Bay.
Community, Police, Enjoy Picnic At National Night Out
RED BANK – Hot dogs and hamburgers ran out pretty quickly Tuesday night as members of the Police Benevolent Association Local 39 and some elected officials treated families participating in the annual National Night Out Against Crime to a summer picnic in the parking lot.
Rumson Neighbors Challenge Borough On Tree Removal
RUMSON – Homeowners angered over the clearing of trees on a neighboring property on Navesink Avenue are challenging the borough planning board and tree conservation officer over their approval of the tree cutting.
Middletown Officials Meet With NJ Transit On Solar Initiative
MIDDLETOWN – The township's solar initiative at the Middletown Train Station took a step toward realization when Middletown officials and Birdsall Engineering, the projects engineers, met with representatives of New Jersey Transit recently.
Red Bank Man Arrested For Possession Of Heroin
RED BANK – Borough police arrested a borough man last Tuesday for heroin possession.
Sea Bright Council Unhappy with DOT
SEA BRIGHT – Borough officials and residents are not happy with the New Jersey Department of Transportation's performance when it resurfaced the northern portion of Route 36 earlier this summer.
Walk The Walk For Kevin
Children, teens and adults are invited to join the 2nd annual "Walk the Walk with Kevin" on Tuesday, August 9 at the Christian Brothers Academy (CBA), Newman Springs Road in Lincroft.
LS Council Must Choose Interim Mayor
LITTLE SILVER – With the death of Mayor Suzanne Castleman last week, the governing body is faced with the challenge of filling the mayoral slot until the next mayor is elected.