Mosque Traffic Questioned, Far Hills Race Aftermath in Top Local News
Also, Hurricane Sandy preparations underway.
With the third appearance before the Bernards Township for the Islamic Society of Basking Ridge's proposal to build a mosque in Liberty Corner, a traffic engineer said that the public house of worship would have no noticeable impact on Church Street and the nearby intersection with Somerville Road.
Better crowd control and ban of outside alcohol needed for longtime event to continue, says Far Hills Mayor Paul Vallone.
Bernards Township officials. working with Somerset County, mobilize equipment and staff before Hurricane Sandy's expected arrival. Residents are asked to prepare their homes and stock up on emergency supplies before the severe weather event arrives earlier next week.
Democratic Township Committee Candidates Michael Komondy and David Ferdinand introduce themselves and discuss why they are seeking election to two three-year seats on the Bernards Township Committee.
Republican incumbents Carolyn Gaziano and John Malay introduce themselves and discuss why they want to be re-elected to two three-year term on the Township Committee.
It was the news no one wanted to hear. After seven straight wins in a row, the Ridge Red Devils previously undefeated, lost 42-35 in Friday's home game against Hunterdon Central Regional High School despite four touchdowns.