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Bridgewater Officials Offer Condolences to Those Affected by COVID-19

April 3, 2020

BRIDGEWATER, NJ - The first meeting of the Bridgewater Township Council following the widespread onset of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) took on a somber tone when discussing those who had dealt with or even been lost to the pandemic.

The March 30 meeting, an audio-only gathering that was held over the Internet because of state restrictions regarding public gatherings, included a moment of ...

Role Reversal: Somerville Community Takes Care of Hospital Staff

SOMERVILLE, NJ - The greater Somerville community is engaged in a classic role reversal on a grand scale, stepping up to take care of the doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital/Somerset who are on the front lines of the battle against COVID-19.

Several initiatives are under way to purchase and deliver meals to entire departments, with ...

Bridgewater Township Employees to Begin Working Remotely

BRIDGEWATER, NJ - Bridgewater Township has promised that it will continue to deliver effective and reliable services to residents through the duration of the crisis, although it acknowledges that there might have to be adjustments made for long term fiscal health.

According to a notice from the township, Bridgewater is already seeing falling passive revenue streams, including hotel tax income, ...

Bridgewater Middle School Student Attends International Women's Day Summit in NYC

March 22, 2020

To the Editor:

As a preteen, I was kind of expecting it to be formal, quiet, and uptight. It was all such a new experience, and I was really confused what to do and where to go. I knew from looking at the email that there would be celebrities there, but I didn’t necessarily know how it would all pan out.”

On March 8, I had the privilege to be one of 300 people who attended an ...

Bridgewater Police: Somerset Man Arrested After Yelling at Officer at Somerset Academy

March 21, 2020

BRIDGEWATER, NJ - A Somerset man was arrested at 11:06 a.m. March 3 for disorderly conduct after yelling at an officer in the presence of minors, according to this week's Bridgewater Township Police blotter.

Jeron Pitt, 18, was arrested after he continued to yell and curse at the officer in the presence of minors at the Somerset Academy.

Pitt was processed and released pending a court ...

NJ-based Tech Company Invonto announces $5M program for businesses affected by Coronavirus

April 3, 2020

Coronavirus (COVID-19) has forced many businesses to operate virtually to maintain social distancing. These businesses must continue to maintain operations and support their customers. However, many businesses are already feeling the economic impact of the Coronavirus. Companies that lack technology infrastructure to support their business and customers might end up losing them. To help ...

April 3 Somerset County COVID-19 Update: Somerville Reports First Death

April 3, 2020

SOMERVILLE, NJ - The first death in the borough caused by complications of the COVID-19 was confirmed by the Somerset County Department of Health Wednesday, with a total of 23 cases reported in Somerville, 586 cases in the county, and 23 COVID-related deaths.

The death toll overnight almost doubled, from 12 to 23; Somerset County reported 71 new cases overnight, according to the SCDOH.

The ...

N.J. COVID-19 Cases Rise to 26K, Here's the Breakdown by County

April 2, 2020

TRENTON, NJ – The total deaths in New Jersey from the coronavirus outbreak reached 537, Gov. Phil Murphy reported during his daily press conference this afternoon, in addition to highlighting some individuals who have succumbed to COVID-19.

Murphy reported 182 newly confirmed COVID-19 complication-related deaths.

There were 3,489 new positive tests in the state ...