Construction Project, 9/11 Hero's Mom Speaks to Students Top Local News
Man faces 10 years in prison after lead police on chase in 2011 also among top headlines.
A major road repair project will interrupt traffic daily on Mountain Boulevard through November, Watchung Police said.
“What would you do in the last hour of your life?” Some 400 “World Cultures” students of Mary Sok and Jamie Lott-Jones at Watchung Hills Regional High School, who were only three- or four-years old when the World Trade Center disaster occurred, were challenged to ponder that dilemma.
An Irvington man was sentenced to 10 years in state prison after pleading guilty to eluding, aggravated assault and receiving stolen property in connection with a 2011 incident.
Watchung Hills Regional senior Steve Weidlich picked up his 1,000th point during Saturday's boys basketball game against West Windsor-Plainsboro South.
Unity Bank gave away eight iPads through a recent contest at the bank’s branches and online, which was open to all residents of New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
Green Brook Township Committee members will make themselves available to meet with residents prior to township meetings throughout the year.
Kirkland's home decor store will celebrate its grand opening in the Watchung Square Mall this weekend by making design consultants available to offer customers advice.