The Week of November 30 - December 7, 1999 (Visit our Archives)
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9/11 Memorial Ceremony, Middletown Township, Sunday, Sept. 11.

This Week's Top Stories

Tennis Whites And Grass Courts: SB Lawn Tennis And Cricket Club
Labor Day marked the 131st time the oldest tennis club in the United States shuttered its doors and said goodbye to another summer season.
Heroin, Alcohol Abuse On Rise In Two Rivers
Fair Haven, Rumson to explore formation of municipal drug alliance
Tears, Pride, Mark Final Flag Ceremony At Fort Monmouth
FORT MONMOUTH – Bowman Hooks felt the emotion rising in his throat and tears welling in his eyes on Tuesday as he watched the flags of the U.S. Army Garrison at Fort Monmouth come down for the last time.
Hearings On Oceanic Bridge Replacement Set For Sept. 19, 26
Friends of Oceanic Bridge urge public to voice support for low drawbridge
FEMA Center Opens In Leonardo
The State of New Jersey and FEMA have established several Disaster Recovery Centers (DRC) throughout the state to assist residents affected by Hurricane Irene.
Local Committee Launches Study On Establishing All Girls High School
RUMSON – What do these prominent women have in common: Condoleeza Rice, Hillary Clinton, Madeleine Albright, Margaret Thatcher, Golda Meir and Carley Fiorina?
Tree Removal Caused Flooding On Navesink Avenue, Neighbors Say
RUMSON – At a meeting of the borough planning board this week, Navesink Avenue residents Cindy Zipf and Rick Jones presented photos the couple took recently showing storm water runoff occurring on a neighboring property at 35 Navesink Avenue.
Hearing On Hotel Project Suspended Due To Litigation
RED BANK – A hearing on a proposal to build a hotel at the intersection of Rector Place and Route 35 was canceled on Wed., Sept. 7 after the planning board attorney, Michael Leckstein, informed the board that a lawsuit has been filed in the matter.