The Week of November 30 - December 7, 1999 (Visit our Archives)
Photo by Ryan Fennell
The Rutgers University crew team joined varsity and junior varsity rowers from Army, Drexel and Villanova to compete in the second annual Rumson Boat Race last Saturday, Sept. 24.

This Week's Top Stories

Park Service Hears From Public On Sandy Hook Fee Increase
SANDY HOOK – The consensus among those who attended a National Park Service hearing last Monday on a proposal to increase parking fees at Gateway National Recreational Area can be summed up in one word: No.
Apple Brandy From Laird's For More Than 225 Years
COLTS NECK – Today, "natural," "no artificial flavoring," "fresh," are words more and more consumers are using when asking for food and beverages.
New 911 Communications Center To Be Built Offering Shared Services
It's a day Monmouth County officials have reason to be proud.
"Time To Talk" Sheds Light On Racial, Ethnic Divide In Red Bank
RED BANK – It was billed as a "Time To Talk About Red Bank."
Hurricane Irene Closes Sallee Tees For At Least Six Months
60 restaurant employees out of work
Friends Remember A Proud Lady Of Red Bank
Phyllis Rudrow succumbs to injuries suffered in fire
Fair Haven Lights?
FAIR HAVEN – The Fair Haven Borough Council is entertaining the idea of returning outdoor lighting to the basketball courts at the Fair Haven Youth Center.
Voter Registration Deadline Is Oct. 18
FREEHOLD – The deadline is fast approaching to register to vote in the Nov. 8 general election.
Rumors Of Rain Not A Worry At Red Bank Yard Sale
RED BANK – Around 120 Red Bank residents participated in Saturday's annual yard sale.
Gov. Appoints Local Attorney To Economic Development Authority
Shrewsbury resident Brian M. Nelson, who serves as township attorney for Middletown and as special county counsel for Monmouth County has received a direct appointment from Gov. Chris Christie to the powerful state Economic Development Authority.
Sen. Beck's School Transportation Bill Signed Into Law
Senator Jennifer Beck in pleased to announce that her bill which will allow for the parent of a public school student to opt out of transportation services for the school year was signed into law by Governor Chris Christie.