YMCA Fires Coach, Reinstated Worker Now at Town Library Top Local News
Other top headlines include Republicans and Democrats sparring over new administrator.
The Somerset Valley YMCA has declined to renew the contract of a consultant swim coach it has 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.
Larry Sapienza, the former circulation supervisor at Warren Public Library fired in April and re-instated after a public outcry, returned to work Wednesday with the Somerset County Library System, but this time in Hillsborough.
Mayor Carl Suraci issued a statement on Wednesday responding to criticism from the pair of Democratic candidates running for Hillsborough Township Committee regarding the hiring of Anthony Ferrera as township administrator.
Democratic Hillsborough Township Committee candidates Michael Goldberg and James Farley criticized what they called an accelerated hiring of former mayor Anthony Ferrera as township administrator.
More than $1,000 worth of electronics were stolen from three vehicles on the same night earlier this month, Hillsborough Police said.
Two tires of a vehicle parked outside a Surrey Drive residence were slashed last week, Hillsborough Police said.