Cop Sued, Administrator's Pay, Road Project Top Local News
School elections, Scheherazade and flu outbreak also make Hillsborough news.
A Piscataway attorney has filed a lawsuit against a Hillsborough Township Police officer for "unreasonable and excessive" actions during her arrest for an alleged DWI in October.
The county launched a project to widen and add storm sewers to a section of Amwell Road.
The Board of Education, missing four members, fails to pass a resolution to pay acting Assistant Supintendent for Personnel Andrew Rinko for five days' work in December.
Jorden Schiff recommends Hillsborough not be the only district in the county to vote in April.
Students take their own twist on Arabian tales.
The outbreak is rated at "intense," but schools have been spared.