Family Accused of Beating Cops Indicted, Decades of Service Ends for Administrator in Top Local News
Other top headlines include Hillsborough H.S. drops in rankings, Hillsborough man allegedly flees from police.
A Mountain View Road father, son and daughter have been indicted on aggravated assault charges in connection with an alleged confrontation in May when police said they punched and wrestled with officers.
Man was charged with DWI and eluding police after allegedly leading Green Brook police on a foot chase through a wooded area near Washington Rock State Park.
There will be no more Tuesday night meetings for Michael Merdinger, who is retiring as the township’s administrator and acting clerk. He was recently honored by the Township Committee.
Hillsborough High School drops from No. 81 to 106 in the state high school rankings by New Jersey Monthly magazine.
Lisa Slover, who has spent the last five years working in aquatics programs at YMCAs in New Jersey, has joined the Hillsborough Family YMCA as associate director of aquatics.
Two recent Hillsborough High School graduates–Joseph DeLorenzo and Evan Edelman–were honored by the Township Committee.
The Senate has already approved legislation dedicating the Route 206 bypass in Hillsborough to the late Assemblyman Peter Biondi—and now 16th District Assembly Republicans are hoping to get the Assembly to do the same.
According to the Chronicle of Philanthropy's report on "How America Gives," Hillsborough falls below the national average when it comes to donating to charity.
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A Hillsborough woman was allegedly drunk when she crashed her car on East Mountain Road last month, Hillsborough Police said.
An East Orange woman is accused of stealing $150 worth of items from a Route 206 grocery store, Hillsborough Police said.