Most Viewed Stories in September on Matawan-Aberdeen Patch
Aberdeen Day 2012, local real estate, and a fatal accident were among the most viewed articles last month.
A Matawan man was charged Monday for allegedly failing to register as a sex offender.
Rather than just hosting a fair at Matawan Regional High School, all parts of Aberdeen will be included in the festivities with a fishing contest, a talent competition, and a softball game between the police and fire departments.
Aberdeen Day 2012 attendees had the opportunity to try and catch the largest fish of the day at Cliffwood Beach Park, ride kiddie rides and browse classic cars at the Matawan Regional High School, rock out during Aberdeen's Got Talent at Strathmore Shopping Center, and cheer on the Department of Works, Aberdeen Police Department, or the Aberdeen Fire Department during the Mayor's Trophy Softball Game at Fireman's Field. Livoti's and DeMarco's each hosted an afternoon party in their respective parking lots.
Purchasing a fixer-upper can be an affordable way to make a house a home with a few personal touches. Several houses, ranging from those that need to be knocked down to those that just need a little more work, are on the market in Matawan, Aberdeen and Keyport. Click through our image gallery to see them.
It's all about location, location, location. Atleast, that's what they say. Browse through the image gallery and take a look at a few waterfront properties for sale in Matawan, Aberdeen and Keyport.
A 23-year-old man, described by neighbors as a recently discharged military veteran, shot and killed two co-workers before taking his own life at the Pathmark supermarket in Old Bridge early Friday morning, according to Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce Kaplan.
A 61-year-old woman was struck by a car and killed while crossing Ticetown Road in Old Bridge at about 8:34 a.m. Friday.
Police have confirmed that a head-on collision on Route 34 resulted in one fatality Wednesday night. The accident happened near Reids Hill Road, in Marlboro Township.
A man with a gun barricaded in his Tree Haven apartment on Ravine Drive in Matawan turned himself into police without incident at about 9:40 p.m. Sunday, according to Lt. Ben Smith.
A head-on collision on Route 34 in Marlboro claimed the life of Michael Myers, 29 of Cliffwood Beach on Wednesday night, according to Marlboro Police Captain Steve Mennona. Myers was pronounced dead on the scene.