Week in Review: Top Education Official Visits Hightstown High, East Windsor Recreation Director Charged
A review of this week's top stories.
NJ Top Education Official and Superintendent Talk Budget, State Aid
Superintendent Edward Forsthoffer briefed Acting Education Commissioner Chris Cerf on the proposed school budget and impact of the district’s state aid allocation on Thursday, before giving the state’s top education official a tour ofHightstown High School.
Cranbury Township Committee Approves Purchase of Three Police SUVs
The Cranbury Police Department is set to get three Chevy Tahoe SUV’s, the first time police vehicles have been in the budget since 2010, according to Police Chief Rickey Varga.
East Windsor Recreation Director Suspended Without Pay, Charged
East Windsor Township’s Recreation Director has been suspended without pay after police said he knew his secretary was falsifying township records to send her child to summer camp and lied about it to authorities, officials said.
Route 33 Corridor Revitalization Plan in the Works
East Windsor could soon have a “main street” feel if a proposed plan for the Route 33 corridor revitalization comes to life.
Cranbury Police Seeking Witnesses in Crash that Killed Monroe Man
A 22-year-old Monroe Township man died Friday, a day after his car hit another vehicle and crashed into a tree on Route 130 in Cranbury, and investigators are asking anyone who may have witnessed the crash to come forward, police said.