Cemetery Vandalism, Armed Intruder, Principal Leaving Top Local News
Basking Ridge man also puts up own funds to offer gun buyback program in Somerset County.
A $2,500 rewards is being offered for information leading to the arrest of those responsible for vandalism to 20 granite panels at a cemetery vault at Holy Cross Cemetery off Mount Airy Road in Basking Ridge.
$5,000 reward offered for information that leads to arrest of two individuals who allegedly burst into Ballantine Road residence.
Funeral for Peter Calvelli was held Tuesday morning in Martinsville.
Three Basking Ridge physicians, all specialists, are on New Jersey Monthly's list of top physicians in the state.
Judith Slutzky, who guided Mount Prospect Elementary School through its opening and helped build a sense of community at the school, retires on Jan. 31.
Soon after Bernards Township Committeeman Scott Spitzer announced he would not seek re-election for another term, Carol Bianchi and Kevin Orr, both serving on the Bernards Township Planning Board, announced they would seek the local Republican nomination for that seat on the all-GOP Township Committee.
The Red Devils victory over Somerville — for the second time this season — means the boys hoops players kept up an unbeaten winning streak that has lasted all season long.
The Ridge ski team placed first and second place overall, while racing against almost 20 teams overall, and Ridge High School junior Daniele Colbertaldo placed first among all of the boys participating in a major high school ski event.
Bernardsville native Katie Meyler, with the support of many in the Somerset Hills and $1 million won in December on the televised Chase Giving Awards, moves forward with plans to build a girls school in West Africa for girls who might otherwise end up on the street.
Patrick Lott, the former assistant principal of the Bernardsville Middle School who faces a host of charges based on accusations that he videotaped boys in the shower at Immaculata High School in Somerville, was offered a plea deal of 10 years in jail in lieu of going to trial. His attorney said he will consider the offer and respond in three weeks.