Rt. 22 Accident Tops February's Most-Read Stories
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A fatal motor vehicle accident shut down one lane of Route 22 West near Adamsville Road on the final day of the month.
The Bridgewater Commons Mall is planning an expansion of at least 13,000 square feet to its main property, with plans to bring in a new restaurant.
With an expansion planned at the Bridgewater Commons Mall, we asked residents what they think should open there.
A car overturned deep in the woods off Route 22, but the driver extricated himself and his dog.
Frank Chiaravalli, a former math teacher and supervisor at the high school, died in late January.
CUPS Frozen Yogurt, in Village at Commons, closed its doors at the end of January, leaving a vacancy in the shopping center.
A Bridgewater man was arrested in Newark after ramming a police car and leading officers on a wild chase.
Parents were sent a release from the district because of increased police presence in Branchburg following reports of a white male making faces at children at bus stops.
The administration was finding that only 1 percent of students were wearing their IDs after the mandate because of problems with the machine to make new IDs, and as many tried to remember to wear them.
The Raritan Valley Rail Coalition is supporting a possible plan for dual-powered locomotives on the Raritan Valley Line that would create a one-stop trip to New York City.
A new letter with the district court includes the possibility of a settlement between the two entities that would lead to the building of a tower in a new location.
Readers continue to focus on an episode of the show from 2011 in which two of the workers at the salon were fired.
An early February nor’easter was expected to drop a few inches of snow on the county, and even more further north.
A Martinsville community is dealing with up to 130 vultures landing on the tops of houses and in trees.
Local news in early February included information on the high school colorguard, mall expansion plans and dual-powered trains.
A Bound Brook man was taken to the hospital with a possible concussion after he flipped his vehicle on Route 22 and landed in the woods near Adamsville Road.
Bridgewater schools were facing a deadline to submit their budgets, while also looking at the possibility of $85 billion in federal sequestration spending cuts.
A dog was pulled from the Raritan River after it fell through the ice, and was in hypothermia, though was taken care of.
A Warren woman was charged with vehicular homicide in a January crash that killed a Bridgewater man in Bernards Township.
Several members of the high school field hockey team signed letters of intent to play in college next year.