Police & Fire

Bridgewater Township Police Host First Annual National Night Out

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BRIDGEWATER, NJ - Bridgewater Township Police held its first annual National Night Out celebration Tuesday at the Somerset Patriots stadium, TD Bank Ballpark.

The event featured all the Bridgewater fire departments, which turned out with their fire trucks, as well as giveaways from the police department. In addition, students at Evolution in Bridgewater performed for the crowd.

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