Most-Read Hillsborough Stories of December

Dog shooting, fire burns vehicles, school patrols, gas leak and drug rehab center plans among top headlines.

Dog Shot By Off-Duty Officer on Route 206

A Mercer County officer jumped in to help a local firefighter trying to get a pair of dogs out of Route 206 traffic when one bites him on the foot.  

Fire Burns Vehicles at Hillsborough Business

About 20 vehicles stored at Hercules Enterprises, on Valley Road, were damaged in the early morning fire. 

Police responded the the shootings—and some intimidating graffiti at Auten Road Intermediate School—promptly. 

Residents began reporting smelling gasoline in basements on Dec. 8, coming from an estimated 2,300-gallon leak in the Buckeye Pipe Line Co.'s pipeline near Route 206.

Drug Rehab Center Plan Raises Safety Concerns

Flanders Road residents turn up at Planning Board hearing, which may have contributed to the plan's withdrawal later in December. 


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