Hot July, Vehicle Accidents and Criminal Charges Top July News
Readers drawn to reports of local accidents and prosecutions, but seek respite from the heat, too.
With a series of heat waves rolling through the area in July, it's no surprise readers wanted to find ideas for keeping kids busy when it's too hot outside.
The Old Country Buffet Restaurant at the Blue Star Shopping Center closed a few months ago, and readers have ideas on what would be great to have in its place. One idea: An Old Country Buffet...
The driver that hit Green Brook resident Linda Reedman had been served alcohlic beverages at the Chimney Rock Inn, in Bridegwater, after it was clear she was drunk, Reedman's lawyer said.
Somerset County Prosecutor Geoffrey D. Soriano charged bus driver Luanne Stewart-Mastroianni with altering documents to collect disability benefits.
Demesvar Jean-Baptiste, owner of Somerset Bariatric Associates, had practiced medicine after his license was suspended for failing to comply with a consent agenda's terms.
Burglars struck several houses in Warren, but spared Watchung residents—borough police offer tips on making sure they stay away.
The fire wasn't too serious, as fires go, but volunteer firefighters promptly responded and put it out.
Riding in the back seat of a vehicle that went off the road and hit a utility pole on Mountain Avenue in Warren, Natasha David, of Watchung, was treated and released at the scene.
The woman driving a vehicle that went off Greenbrook Road and hit a tree was taken to Robert Wood Johnson Hospital for treatment.
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