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Call for 9/11 Moment of Silence, Krauszer's Break-in Top Week's News

Ridge traffic woes continue to attract discussion.

Call for 9/11 Moment of Silence, Krauszer's Break-in Top Week's News Call for 9/11 Moment of Silence, Krauszer's Break-in Top Week's News Call for 9/11 Moment of Silence, Krauszer's Break-in Top Week's News Call for 9/11 Moment of Silence, Krauszer's Break-in Top Week's News

Juveniles Questioned Regarding Krauszer's Weekend

Three nights of break-ins at Krauszer's Food Store in Liberty Corner — during which cigars and some cash reportedly were taken — led to a state police helicopter search for suspects early Wednesday morning. Police said they had questioned three juveniles regarding the incident.

No 9/11 Moment of Silence in Schools 'Shocking' to Parent

An accident on Route 78 eastbound in Warren shut down the highway and backed up traffic for miles.

PHOTOS: Strong Dogs Day at Somerset Hills YMCA

Big dogs, little dogs, cute dogs, distinguished dogs all were remarkably well behaved at the Somerset Hills YMCA's annual Strong Dogs Day last weekend. The day also included hundreds of people — and fun activities, a dog wash, treats for humans and canines and the traditional blessing of the hounds.

ARTsee Tour Back This Weekend

After the success of last year's tour of artists' studios in Bernards Township and Bernardsville, the tour was planned over both Saturday and Sunday, with 20 participating fine artists, photgraphers, a weaver and other artisans.

Report Pending for Report on What's on Computer of former Bernardsville Middle School vice-principal

Patrick Lott, former vice-principal of the Bernardsville Middle School, is due back in state Superior Court in Somerville on Nov. 9, pending a final forensic report on the contents of his computer's hard drives. Investigators seized the data in December 2011 when Lott was arrested on charges related to accusations that he had hidden secret cameras to tape students in the shower at Immaculata High School.

Ridge, Traffic to be Discussed Again by Town, School Officials


The headache that just won't go away — what to do to relieve traffic at the entrance to Ridge High School in the morning, was brought up at last week's Board of Education AND Township Committee meeting. Representatives from both are due to meet to take a fresh look at the options on Tuesday. Do readers think any teens will object if the opening time for high school is moved to say, 9:40 a.m.?

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