Route 78 Accident, School Buses and Wild Animals Top Local News
Week's top stories also include Mountain Boulevard traffic problems and F-22 fighter jets.
A single car accident on Route 78 late Saturday night was this week's most read feature. The two people in the car—driver Max Torres, 20, of Elizabeth, and Amber Rouland, 19, of Newark, were taken to Morristown Medical Center following the accident. State police are continuing to investigate the incident.
Other favorite stories this week include:
At Monday's Green Brook Township Board of Education meeting, board members heard from a couple of parents frustrated by the currrent bus routes. The district is evaluating possible solutions, but with the number of students at Irene E. Feldkirchner School, Superintendent Richard Labbe said the buses are full, leaving few options.
As th Green Brook Township Committee endorsed the state's Wildlife Protection Plan at the Sept. 17 meeting, resident Marie Bradley said perhaps not all of the wildlife should be protected...
A rare chance to see some the world's most advanced fighter jet flew by Monday, after a couple of small planes entering a no-fly zone around the United Nations received a special escort to Central Jersey Airport in Hillsborough.
Residents are just beginning to cope with the construction on one of Watchung's main thoroughfares—what are you doing to cope with the waiting?