Breaking News from Bridgewater NJ
Find the latest Bridgewater NJ News from the most up to date source on all headlines and breaking stories from around the world.
Two 'Trump baby' blimps arrive in New Jersey town
Two "Trump baby" blimps have arrived in Bedminster, N.J., the city where Trump's National Golf Club resides, as activists reportedly look to use them to protest against the president.
(VIDEO) Warren seeks to limit new cell towers in residential neighborhoods
Acting township attorney Edward Purcell discusses the details of a proposed ordinance regulating the installation of new, smaller cell tower systems at the Warren Township Committee meeting on Thursday, Aug. 9.
Man Killed In Hamilton Township Shooting Overnight: Police
HAMILTON TOWNSHIP, NJ — A Trenton man was shot while driving in Hamilton Township Tuesday night, according to authorities. Police found 28-year-old Matthew J. Dukes in his car after he had apparently been shot in the chest while driving in the Society Hill housing complex.
Warren TD Bank robbery suspect sought by police
Around 2:15 p.m., a robbery was reported at the TD Bank on Mountain Boulevard here, according to Somerset County Prosecutor Michael H. Robertson and Warren Township Police Chief William Keane.
NJ Transit: Three trains canceled on Northeast Corridor for positive train control
People walk along the railway platform as they arrive at Hoboken Terminal, Monday, July 10, 2017, in Hoboken.(Photo: Associated Press)
Franklin Township: Firefighters Called to 'Smoke Condition' at Stop & Shop
SOMERSET, NJ - Multiple Firefighters responded to a smoke condition at the Stop & Shop on Easton Avenue at approximately 7 pm, according to an alert from the Breaking News Network.
First Two 'Baby Trump' Balloons Delivered To NJ
BEDMINSTER, NJ — The babies are here— okay, the babyballoonsare here, as the first two "Baby Trump" balloons arrive in New Jersey. An additional four are expected to arrive in the coming weeks.
Nine New Restaurants Opening In Morris County Soon
MORRIS COUNTY — Morris County has plenty of great places to grab a bite to eat and soon, there will be nine more to add to the list. From breweries to burger joints to smoothie bowls, there really is something for everyone. Check out a list of some of the new restaurants opening up. Know about a new
NJ Transit: Three trains canceled because of equipment availability
Additionally, the NJ Transit 7th Avenue Concourse at Penn Station suffered "substantial damage to the ceiling and entrance to the concourse" during this past weekend's flash flooding in New York City. The area is closed while the damage is being repaired. The platform entrance to the escalator for t
Court upholds Plainfield drug dealer's murder conviction
Jeremy Watson, 32, lost the fourth appeal of his conviction of murdering Michael Gregory, 41, in the park on March 24, 2006. Watson, who was also found guilty of shooting Gregory's girlfriend, Candice Baker, is serving a 77-year-sentence in New Jersey State Prison.
Cops need your help finding this bearded bank robber
Police are trying to identify a man they say robbed a TD Bank Saturday afternoon, the Somerset County Prosecutor's Office announced Tuesday.The man, who can be seen on security footage handing a piece of paper to a bank teller, walked into a TD Bank in Warren Township around 2:15 p.m. and demanded c
Mikros Systems Corporation Reports Second Quarter 2018 Financial Results | Markets Insider
Princeton, N.J., Aug. 15, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Â Mikros Systems Corporation (OTCQB: MKRS), an advanced technology company specializing in electronic systems technology for advanced maintenance in military, industrial and commercial applications, today announced financial results for the three an
Why is flooding always so bad in North Jersey? The area used to be a prehistoric lake
The Passaic River Basin was a massive lake that formed 25,000 years ago after a glacier that covered a large portion of of North Jersey retreated leaving debris that blocked gaps in the Watchung Mountains, according to federal and state reports.
Truck Crash Closes Broadway Road In South Brunswick
The crash occurred at 1:50 p.m. on Broadway Road. Broadway Road is closed from Friendship Road to Miller Road for the next five hours Tuesday as a result of the crash, at least through 7 p.m. tonight, police said.
Gabriel Does it Again: North Brunswick resident grows 13-foot tomato plants
Gabriel Chiappetta, an 87-year-old resident of North Brunswick, received San Marzano tomato seeds from his cousin, Antonio Chiappetta, who lives in Canada, which have grown into six 13-foot tall vines. Chiappetta had to build an extension on his existing garden, since the vines outgrew the enclosure
Morristown Medical Center Named Top NJ Hospital
The hospital was also named one of the top 20 hospitals nationwide for cardiology and heart surgery, and one of the top 50 in the nation for gastroenterology and GI surgery. In addition, it was the number four hospital in the New York Metro area.
Critical Contrast: Peapack-Gladstone Financial Co. Common Stock (PGC) versus Barclays (BCS)
Peapack-Gladstone Financial Co. Common Stock (NYSE: BCS) and Barclays (NYSE:BCS) are both finance companies, but which is the superior investment? We will contrast the two businesses based on the strength of their earnings, institutional ownership, risk, analyst recommendations, profitability, valua
Franklin Township to Host Annual Week of the People Back to School Event
FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP, NJ -Week of the People, Inc., (WOP) in partnership with the Somerset Community Action Program (SCAP) and the Hamilton Street Marketing Committee presents aBack-to-School Eventon Saturday, August 25, 2018, at Naaman Williams Park, which is located at 1 Matilda Ave., Somerset, NJ, f
Video highlights and interviews from Middlesex football practice
MyCentralJersey.com high school football analyst Marcus Borden continued his sixth annual Greater Middlesex Conference Camp Caravan tour of preseason practices with a visit to Middlesex on Tuesday.Following is a look back at Borden's live updates from Middlesex's practice, which includes video inter
$7M settlement for man injured in fall in icy bank parking lot
Chetan Vaidya, of Plainsboro, hit the unsalted ground while trying to step on a sidewalk to use the ATM at a Bank of America branch in Rocky Hill on Feb. 9, 2015.