10 Most Read Basking Ridge Stories of August
These are what Patch readers felt were the most important stories last month.
A former Marine and Iraq war veteran allegedly gave heroin to a fellow veteran who would then die of an overdose at the VA Medical Center in Lyons in early July.
A federal mediator has extended contract talks between unions and Verizon, where union demonstrators have repeatedly demonstrated by the Basking Ridge headquarters, beyond the deadline by with some reported progress.
An accident on Route 78 eastbound in Warren shut down the highway and backed up traffic for miles.
Two New Brunswick residents were arrested for allegedly trying to make a heroin deal in the Potomac Drive neighborhood in Bernards Township, the Somerset County Prosecutor's Office said.
The Bernards Township Planning Board heard a proposal for a new 4,200 square foot mosque at the far end of Church Street in Liberty Corner, an a four-plus acre property that is near the intersection of the street with Somerville Road.
Ridge High School graduate Tobin Heath, class of 2006, was a member of the U.S. women's soccer team that won gold in a victory over Japan.
Automobiles and keeping them on the road proved to be important to residents. Another thanks for making this voting article, and Readers' Choice in general, a success.
Bernards Township Planners heard a presentation on a proposed 4,200-square-foot mosque that would be built in place of an existing house at 124 Church St., followed by objections and questions from nearby residents.
Police departments in Bernardsville and Bernards Township jointly issued a statement reminding residents to lock up and take precautions to reduce opportunities for burglaries, which have been reported in Bernards in the last few days.
A woman veered off Mount Airy Road near Lyons Road, crashing into a tree, according to Bernards Township Police.