10 Most Read Hillsborough Stories of September
These are what Patch readers felt were the most important stories last month.
Both occupants of a twin-engine plane that crashed while attempting to land at Hillsborough's Central Jersey Regional Airport suffered non-life-threatening injuries, police said.
Hillsborough resident who previously leased the space wins bidding, plans to infuse new life into garden center.
A single-car accident on River Road between Beekman Lane and Roycefield Road caused serious damage to a car and closed down the westbound lane.
Route 206 business was surrounded by tape, with notice for nonpayment.
Multiple township roads were closed due to strong storms roaring through the area.
Hillsborough resident charged with DWI, leaving the scene of an accident and for not having a driver's license.
Resident escaped without injury, blaze likely not suspicious, police said.
After construction closed a section of Route 206 southbound in Hillsborough for hours, causing major traffic delays, police said both lanes had been reopened.
Admitted he submitted false information and documents in connection with several of the loans.
Less than a month after a plane fell short of Hillsborough's Central Jersey Airport runway, overturning as it attempted to land, the airport reportedly had a different type of unexpected landing.