20 Most Read Bridgewater Stories in September
Here is what people were reading last month.
A passenger was almost fully ejected from a vehicle after an accident on Chimney Rock Road that sent both passenger and driver to the hospital.
A Bridgewater man was charged with simple assault after he got into a fight with another resident, and burned the man's neck with a cigarette.
A 14-year-old student was hit by a car Thursday as she walked in the crosswalk from the Bridgewater YMCA to the Bridgewater-Raritan High School.
A multi-engine aircraft landed short of the runway, and both occupants suffered non life-threatening injuries.
The driver involved in a crash on Chimney Rock Road was charged with driving while intoxicated in the incident.
A baby bear, determined to be non-aggressive, was seen near Garretson Road.
The new DSW, which took the place of the former Borders, opened officially on Commons Way Sept. 20.
Alcohol may have been a factor in a one-car crash on Route 78 in Bernards that sent both occupants to the hospital.
Parents are concerned that the new absentee policy will penalize students who are missing a day of school because of an excused absence.
The township council considered an ordinance to help people who wanted to install emergency generators for major incidences.
All lanes were reopened on Route 202/206 North after a downed pole blocked the roadway.
Members of the Martinsville Rescue Squad delivered a baby in the ambulance on Route 22, after the mother went into active labor before they arrived at the hospital.
The road was closed after an overturned vehicle shut down some lanes in Bridgewater.
A Long Valley Man sued a Bridgewater dealer after he claimed he was sold a former lease vehicle.
With depositions continuing, the township hired more experts to move forward in the mosque litigation.
Sanofi-Aventis is selling property on Route 202/206, and making sure it does not remain vacant is key to helping the economy in Bridgewater and the surrounding towns.
A slight change in the plans was expected for the proposal concerning building homes on the former Wemple property.
A Finderne Avenue man was arrested for having $2,600 in heroin in his possession.
Parents say there should be a police officer taking care of pedestrians crossing the street at the high school.
Bridgewater-Raritan varsity football defeated Hunterdon Central in the home opener, with a score of 20-19.