Motel Stabbing, Sept. 11, Wrestler's Jersey Top Local News
Also, a stolen ring and Green Brook's grocery store search among top stories of the week.
A man stabbed at the Ivory Tower Motor Inn in early morning hours Saturday started the week on Watchung-Green Brook Patch. Police said the incident occurred after two men argued in the motel's parking lot.
Other favorite stories this week included:
Events in Green Brook and Watchung Tuesday focused on remembering the local lives lost in the terrorist attacks 11 years ago. Green Brook's moving candlelight ceremony was a solemn and quiet event at the township's memorial park.
U.S. Men's wrestling team chiropractor Fred Rossi, of Basking Ridge, had several members of the team sign a wrestling singlet belonging to Watchung Hills REgional wrestler Max Meyer. Max joined Dr. Rossi at an recent event to show the now-framed singlet.
Green Brook residents want a grocery store—an 11,000 square foot space looks like it could work for a boutique type of grocer, say, a Trader Joe's—but the company won't say whether it's a possibility or not.
After visiting to "case" the store—or shop for a ring—the man returned and snatched it when employees took it out of the display case. The vulgar thief then ran around the building, getting away with the ring.