Most-Read Bridgewater Stories of January
Vehicular homicide charges, school security top local news this month.
A Warren woman was charged with vehicular homicide after causing a crash in Bernards Township that killed a Bridgewater man.
A funeral was held at Blessed Sacrament Church for Bridgewater resident Peter Calvelli, who was killed in a motor vehicle accident in Bernards Township.
A Hunterdon County man was killed after his vehicle went off the road and hit a concrete bridge support on Route 22 in Bridgewater.
The Warren woman who was charged with vehicular homicide in the death of a Bridgewater man allegedly had an open container of alcohol in her vehicle, police said.
A Bridgewater man was charged with having videos and images of children engaged in sexual acts on his computer.
Police were investigating the theft of 11 batteries from First Student buses, which caused delays in pick-ups for school in mid January.
Police continued to investigate a crash on Route 22 near Morgan Lane that killed a Hunterdon County man.
Reality stars celebrated the season premiere of “Jerseylicious,” which follows the exploits of those working at Green Brook’s Gatsby Salon, owned by Bridgewater resident Gayle Giacomo.
The Somerset County Prosecutor’s Office was seeking information on armed robbers who ransacked the office of a Super 8 Motel in Raritan.
Police said they were searching for those responsible for the theft of 300-pound sewer grates, which are believed to be being sold as scrap metal.
Gold’s Gym opened on Route 28, taking the place of Powerhouse Gym in Villa Liberty.
State police were diverting traffic off Route 287 after a truck caught fire near Chimney Rock Road, but there were no injuries.
The district is considering a policy that will allow seniors to be exempt from final exams if they earn certain grades in their classes.
The contractors hired to clean Sandy debris have finished their work, about 75 percent of the township, and DPW workers will continue to clean up the remaining debris.
The Bridgewater-Raritan hockey team tied with Ridge in its annual “Pink Out Night” at Bridgewater Sports Complex.
Bridgewater Township Police made 12 arrests for drunk driving during the annual Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over Year-End Statewide Crackdown.
The district is looking into options for tightening security, and possibly keeping the doors to the school buildings locked longer each day.
Three Bridgewater doctors were included on New Jersey Monthly’s 2012 list of “New Jersey’s Top Doctors.”
A Bridgewater landlord was arrested for aggravated assault after allegedly pointing a handgun at one of his tenants.
A Bridgewater surgeon was chosen to serve as secretary at the Somerset Medical Center.