Matawan-Aberdeen's Most Viewed Stories in June
These articles drew the most attention last month
You know what piques your interest, but did you ever wonder what everyone else is reading? Check out our list of the most viewed stories on Matawan-Aberdeen Patch in June.
Teachers, secretaries, school counselors and parents from the Matawan Aberdeen Regional School District filed into the Board of Education meeting Monday night, upset over the proposed staff array changes for the 2012-13 school year.
Lloyd Road School principal Luigi Laugelli will part ways with the Matawan Aberdeen Regional School District in August.
An investigation into a child pornography website, which led to the conviction of more than 500 American subscribers, included Matawan, Keyport and Morganville residents.
A Matawan man who works as a pharmacist in Manalapan was arrested this morning on charges he allegedly dispensed oxycodone pills illegally. His arrest was part of a multi-state drug sweep that resulted in the arrest of two other New Jersey residents and seven South Carolina residents, according to U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman.
An early evening lightning strike at the scene of an historic residential building along Church St. in Matawan brought frightened residents out of their homes and prompted a heavy response by fire, police and other emergency units Sunday.
Whispers of a new swim club in Aberdeen have been sweeping through the township after construction began on Lloyd Road near the intersection of Cambridge Drive.
The body of a Morganville man reported missing by his family, was retrieved off Keyport Sunday afternoon after being discovered by a jet skier, according to Keyport Police Chief George Casaletto said.
A cab driver was stabbed and his vehicle stolen in Aberdeen Saturday night, Police Chief John Powers confirmed.
A bicyclist who suffered a head injury after being struck by a car on Route 35 in Aberdeen shortly before 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday is in fair condition at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, according to Chief of Police John Powers.
A boil water advisory that was implemented in Old Bridge and certain sections of Aberdeen on Monday night was lifted in Old Bridge Wednesday night after test results indicated there was no longer fecal coliform bacteria in the water supply.