Funeral Director Accused of Stealing $500K, Several Crashes in Top July News
A review of July's 10 most-read stories.
A Hightstown funeral director is accused of stealing $513,766 from an elderly relative, according to the Hightstown Borough Police Department.
Firefighters had to cut a man from a wrecked BMW after he ran a stop sign and slammed into a utility truck at the intersection of Route 33 and Airport Road Monday, officials said.
The Windsor Hights Shopping Center on Route 130 and Princeton Hightstown Road in East Windsor has been sold to Advance Realty and Structure Tone Equities.
An East Ward Street house was burglarized yesterday afternoon and jewelry was taken, according to Hightstown police.
Three people attacked a 49-year-old man Friday night in Hightstown, breaking his jaw and robbing him of his cell phone, according to police.
A state trooper was injured in a three-car crash Tuesday on the Turnpike southbound in East Windsor that snarled traffic during rush hour, according to police.
A new liquor store will be opening in East Windsor this fall, in the former Randall’s Furniture location on Route 130.
A portion of Etra Road was closed in both directions Saturday afternoon after a car hit a pole.
A newly drafted taxi ordinance that does not limit the number of cabs that can be licensed within Hightstown was introduced Monday with a tie-breaking vote by the mayor.
Cranbury police are urging residents to use caution crossing the street after a 13-year-old girl was hit by a car while crossing North Main Street in Cranbury only July 12.