School Security Funding, Student IDs Required Top Local News
Brush removal now being continued by the local DPW also tops headlines.
Students at BRHS will be required to wear their IDs all through school hours, beginning Jan. 31, as a way to increase security.
Members of the BRHS jazz and other bands are continuing to rack up awards and honors, and many members have been accepted to regional bands.
The school district is recommending an additional $100,000 be added to the budget for a second school resource officer for BRHS, as well as additional funding for more security personnel and door enhancements.
Despite earlier success, negotiations have stalled between the board of education and Bridgewater-Raritan Supervisors Association, as they declare impasse.
A Bridgewater resident has created an app for smartphones to provide information and resources for veterans.
Peter Calvelli was laid to rest by his family after being killed in a car accident in Bernards Township.
A new business group has been created to aid small businesses in Martinsville, Basking Ridge, Bedminster and the surrounding Washington Valley corridor.
The hired crews have finished their work removing brush from the township, and with 75 percent of it done, the DPW will continue the job.