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Top Watchung-Green Brook Stories of November

These are what Patch readers felt were the most important stories last month.

Burglars 'Smash and Grab' During Sandy Outages

Opportunistic burglars took advantage of the power outage, smashing doors and windows to gain entry to 14 Route 22 businesses.

Outages Drop as JCP&L Adds More Manpower

Residents in the towns, as well as the rest of the state, were interested in finding out the restoration of power throughout the area.

Help Track Power Restored in Watchung; Help Track Power Restored in Green Brook

Residents were also interactive in helping neighbors and Patch track where power was up or out in the two towns.

What Green Brook Residents Need to Know Today

Knowing what was happening in the aftermath of Sandy was obviously important to readers.

Car Bursts Into Flames on Route 22 in Green Brook

Incident occurred late Thanksgiving night in front of Benjamin Moore paint store.

Two women dead after vehicle left roadway, crashed into trees along I-78 in Bernards, police said.

'Near Riot' Closes Watchung Wal-Mart on Thanksgiving

Ordinance passed that closed all stores in town from 10 p.m. to midnight.

Watchung Tries to Untangle Power Line Issues

Complications remained after service was restored.

Man Refuses to Leave White Castle as Car Burns

Green Brook resident was allegedly drunk, had taken Xanax pills while his vehicle burned.

Officials announced polling site changes for the general election.

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