Response to Student Accident, Lunch Prices Top Week
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- Bridgewater Township Police Chief Richard Borden responds to questions about whether a police officer should be monitoring the crosswalks outside the Bridgewater-Raritan High School after a 14-year-old was hit by a student driver Thursday.
- Many students have been honored as "Commended Students" by the National Merit Scholarship Program. We'll have the list of students to be congratulated for their accomplishments.
- School lunch prices have risen, but the students are getting less food—we'll have information on why this is happening.
- A new group has been formed to keep an eye on educational opportunities they believe are missing from the school district. We'll have information about how this group formed.
- The police department held a special session with one neighborhood to discuss how they can protect themselves from crime. We'll have information about how the program went.