Councilman Lawsuit, Lake Drained, Fluoride in Top Local News
A review of the week's top stories.
A Hightstown council member filed a lawsuit against the Borough, police department and a detective, alleging a 2010 traffic stop violated his constitutional rights and was motivated by his support to consolidate the police department.
Cranbury's Brainerd Lake was drained Wednesday after a “significant” amount of water was seeping through the dam around the spillway, according to officials.
With an American flag flying overhead and spectators along the street, 1000 motorcycles roared through downtown Hightstown for America's 9/11 ride.
Hightstown Police Department's acting lieutenant was sworn in as the department's lieutenant at Monday's council meeting.
Hightstown will be adding fluoride back into the drinking water supply, possibly as early as mid-September, according to officials.
East Windsor Regional School District recently received a high performing designation after a state-mandated performance review, according to a news release.