10 Most Read Hillsborough Stories of August
These are what Patch readers felt were the most important stories last month.
The Somerset Valley YMCA declined to renew the contract of a consultant swim coach it employed for the past six years after discovering he had previously served five years in jail for having sex with a 14-year-old girl.
Readers in the township really took to the contest, making multiple voting articles tops this month. This link takes you to the winners of those contests. Another thanks for the great response in Hillsborough.
A late morning two-vehicle accident on Route 206 south of Amwell Road by the entrance to Nelsons Corner tied up traffic into Montgomery to the south and past Triangle Road to the north.
An SUV severed a telephone pole before ending up in a ditch along Weston Road.
Hillsborough High School was ranked No. 106 out of the public high schools in the state by New Jersey Monthly magazine.
A Mountain View Road father, son and daughter have been indicted on aggravated assault charges in connection with an alleged confrontation in Maywhen police said they punched and wrestled with officers.
Authorities say man was driving while intoxicated before he eluded police.
A Hillsborough woman was allegedly drunk when she crashed her car on East Mountain Road last month.
A motor vehicle crash closed down the road for about an hour, according to Hillsborough Township police.
Larry Sapienza, the former circulation supervisor at Warren Public Library fired in April and re-instated after a public outcry, returned to work with the Somerset County Library System.