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    Weather forecasters say a fast-moving storm will bring snow, sleet and rain across New Jersey and New York City on Presidents Day weekend, but there are still some questions about the storm track and snow accumulations.


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    Who is the top second-year player in the state? Cast your vote today.

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    In the 48 hours since a school shooting killed 17 in Florida, school districts across the state have been disrupted by social media threats and rumors, prompting at least one district to close. Watch video

    In the 48 hours since a school shooting killed 17 in Florida, school districts across the state have been disrupted by social media threats and rumored threats, prompting at least one district to close and charges against one teen.

    The disruptions come in the wake of the massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. The dead include a former Bergen County resident.

    While none of the threats posed an imminent danger to students, police were investigating each report to separate fact from rumor.

    The Nutley school district closed on Friday while police investigated a threat posted to Instagram. Though there didn't appear to be an active threat, the district decided to err on the side of caution, police said.

    In Somerset County, a 14-year-old boy made threats against Franklin Township High School on social media late Thursday, police said.

    Following an investigation, police found no imminent danger. The Franklin Township student was charged with making a terroristic threat and was suspended from school, Superintendent John Ravally said.

    "I want to reassure everyone that we as a district continue to make safety a priority," he said in a statement.

    Florida shooting: Mother of ex-N.J. girl killed in school makes televised plea to Trump

    Brooklawn Middle School in Parsippany was under lockdown for 35 minutes Friday afternoon after a student found a bullet in the hallway, police said. Cops swept the school for possible threats before dismissing students at 3 p.m.

    In other districts, misinformation circulated on social media, leading to confusion within communities and high absentee rates.   

    A threatening social media post regarding Carl Sandburg Middle School was brought to the attention of Old Bridge Police Thursday night, Superintendent David Cittadino said.

    Emails were sent to parents and Old Bridge schools were open Friday after authorities quickly found no credible threat, but continue to investigate the incident, Cittadino said.

    Police presence has increased in the district since Wednesday.

    "Student safety and staff safety is always my priority," he said. "We're always collaborating with Old Bridge Police Department to increase safety."

    Jackson Police was also contacted by worried residents who heard "through what seemed like a game of telephone" that a student had a list of people he wanted to harm, Seargant Christopher Parisi told NJ Advance Media.

    "We went to the house, we interviewed the person in question and we found nothing credible," Parisi said. "With the assistance of the school superintendent, we were able to deal with the manner and it was unsubstantiated."

    Fake threats circulated in Monroe Townships in both Middlesex and Gloucester counties, causing confusion in both towns.

    "No credible evidence has been substantiated regarding any type of school shooting to occur in the Monroe Township Schools," Superintendent Michael Kozak wrote in an email to Middlesex County parents.

    Gloucester County authorities clarified a claim of a threat was posted to a local Facebook group under a fake name.

    "There is NO credible threat to Williamstown Middle School or the Monroe Township School District in Gloucester County," police said in a Facebook post.

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    Perth Amboy police returned fire Thursday night while attempting to arrest a man involved in another shooting that morning. No injuries reported.

    A 21-year-old man wanted in connection with a shooting was arrested after a shootout with cops that started when he opened fire on the cars of four Perth Amboy police officers, authorities said.
     
    Nobody was injured in the volley of bullets that started when Isaiah Peralta began shooting at the officers at 10:52 p.m., Middlesex County Prosecutor Andrew C. Carey said in a release.

    Authorities did not say how many shots were fired. 

    The police exited their vehicles and returned fire, the prosecutor said.
     
    Peralta was charged with four counts of attempted murder and multiple weapons and drug charges, including possession of heroin with intent to distribute.
     
    Two others were detained and charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance. Peralta is also facing charges from the incident that morning, according to the prosecutor's office, which did not provide any details about the incident.

     

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    Across most of New Jersey this weekend, snow is expected to blanket the state on Saturday, Feb. 17, 2018 (2/17/2018). Below is the latest N.J. weather update from the National Weather Service for the snowstorm.


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    Everything you need for a full day of districts.

    DISTRICT TOURNAMENT ESSENTIALS
    Seeds for all 32 districts | Schedule
     The top matchups from all 32 districts
    The 10 toughest districts in N.J.
    Individual rankings | P4P rankings
    • Final team ranks:  Top 20 | group and conference

    FEATURED DISTRICTS
    District 1 at Pascack Valley
     
    • Live Updates
    • Recap
    • Finals | 3rd place | Semis

    District 5 at Bergen Catholic 
    Live Updates |   Live video 
    • Recap
    • Finals | 3rd place | Semis

    District 7 at West Essex
       Live video  

    District 9 at Phillipsburg
    • Recap
    •  photo gallery
    • Finals | 3rd place | Semis

    District 11 at Morristown
    Live updates
    • Recap
    • Finals | 3rd place | Semis

    District 12 at Livingston 
    Live updates
    • Recap
    •  photo gallery
    • Finals | 3rd place | Semis


    RELATED: Seeds for all 32 districts


    District 13 at Scotch Plains 
    Live updates
     Recap
    •  photo gallery
    • Finals | 3rd place | Semis

    District 17 at Middletown South 
    Live updates
    • Recap
    •  photo gallery
    • Finals | 3rd place | Semis

    District 18 at Red Bank Regional 
    Live updates
    • Recap
    •  photo gallery
    • Finals | 3rd place | Semis

    District 22 at Howell
    Live updates
    • Recap
    •  photo gallery
    • Finals | 3rd place | Semis

    District 26 at Rowan College-Gloucester
    Live updates
    • Recap

    District 27 at Lacey
    • Recap
    •  photo gallery
    • Finals | 3rd place | Semis

    District 28 at Collingswood
    Live updates
    • Recap
    • Finals | 3rd place | Semis

    District 29 at Kingsway
    Live updates
    • Recap
    •  photo gallery
    • Finals | 3rd place | Semis

    District 30 at Clearview 
    Live updates
    • Recap
    •  photo gallery
    • Finals | 3rd place | Semis

    District 31 at Absegami
    Live updates
    • Recap
    •  photo gallery
    • Finals | 3rd place | Semis

    District 32 at Williamstown
    Live updates
    • Recap
    •  photo gallery
    • Finals | 3rd place | Semis

    COMPLETE RESULTS BY DISTRICT
    District 1 photo gallery
    • Recap | Finals | 3rd place | Semis

    District 2
    • Recap | Finals | 3rd place | Semis

    District 3
    • Recap | Finals | 3rd place | Semis

    District 4
    • Recap | Finals | 3rd place | Semis

    District 5
    • Recap | Finals | 3rd place | Semis

    District 6
    • Recap | Finals | 3rd place | Semis

    District 7
    • Recap | Finals | 3rd place | Semis

    District 8
    • Recap | Finals | 3rd place | Semis

    District 9 |  Photo gallery
    • Recap | Finals | 3rd place | Semis

    District 10 
    • Recap | Finals | 3rd place | Semis

    District 11
    • Recap | Finals | 3rd place | Semis

    District 12 |  Photo gallery
    • Recap | Finals | 3rd place | Semis

    District 13 Photo gallery
    • Recap | Finals | 3rd place | Semis

    District 14
    • Recap | Finals | 3rd place | Semis

    District 15
    • Recap | Finals | 3rd place | Semis

    District 16
    • Recap | Finals | 3rd place | Semis

    District 17 Photo gallery
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    District 18  Photo gallery
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    District 19
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    District 20
    • Recap | Finals | 3rd place | Semis

    District 21
    • Recap | Finals | 3rd place | Semis

    District 22 |  Photo gallery
    • Recap | Finals | 3rd place | Semis

    District 23
    • Recap | Finals | 3rd place | Semis

    District 24
    • Recap | Finals | 3rd place | Semis

    District 25
    • Recap | Finals | 3rd place | Semis

    District 26
    • Recap | Finals | 3rd place | Semis

    District 27 |  Photo gallery
    • Recap | Finals | 3rd place | Semis

    District 28
    • Recap | Finals | 3rd place | Semis

    District 29 |  Photo gallery
    • Recap | Finals | 3rd place | Semis

    District 30 |  Photo gallery
    • Recap | Finals | 3rd place | Semis

    District 31 |  Photo gallery
    • Recap | Finals | 3rd place | Semis

    District 32 |  Photo gallery
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    On Thursday the East Brunswick School District unanimously agreed to have armed police officers at all of its schools. Here's what people are saying about the move.


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    The crash occurred late Friday night in Highland Park.

    Authorities charged an Edison women with driving while intoxicated following a fatal crash late Friday night in Highland Park.

    Ashley Gergits, 20, was driving a 2015 Honda CRV south on Route 27 just before midnight when she struck a bridge abutment at River Road, according to officials from the Middlesex County Prosecutor's Office.

    The Honda then collided with a 2012 Subaru Legacy stopped at a red light at the River Road intersection.

    A passenger in the Honda, Jenna Adamousky, 21, of Edison, was pronounced dead at the scene.

    Two other Honda passengers and the driver of the Subaru were transported to Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick. Details of their injuries were not released.

    Gergits was charged with driving while intoxicated.

    The crash remains under investigation. Anyone with information about the incident is asked to contact Highland Park Police Patrolman David Soden at 732-572-3800 or Middlesex County Prosecutor's Office Detective Donald Heck at 732-745-8842.

    Matt Gray may be reached at mgray@njadvancemedia.com. Follow him on Twitter @MattGraySJT. Find the South Jersey Times on FacebookHave a tip? Tell us: nj.com/tips.

     

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    Despite Gov. Phil Murphy's support of cannabis, he delayed adopting a medical advisory panel's recommendation the program add broad conditions, like chronic pain and anxiety.

    As New Jersey's first medicinal marijuana provider six years ago, the founder of Greenleaf Compassion Center in Montclair said he and his partners drained their bank accounts when lenders would not touch them. They tangled with a distrustful administration of then-Gov. Chris Christie before and after they opened. 

    Now that the state has a governor who is willing to expand the medical marijuana program and legalize recreational cannabis, Greenleaf's CEO Julio Valentin and other dispensary owners who took the early financial and legal risks say they are ready to step up and serve this growing market. 

    "I've proven myself before and I can do it again," Valentin said in a recent interview. "Just give me the opportunity to do what I do."

    But despite Gov. Phil Murphy's support of cannabis, his administration delayed what many expected he would do right away: adopt a medical advisory panel's recommendation to add broad conditions like chronic pain and anxiety. 

    Doing so likely would have opened the door to thousands of patients. Murphy says he's waiting for the results of a 60-day audit of the medicinal program before he discusses his next move.

    Murphy officials are concerned New Jersey's five dispensaries won't be able to meet the demands of a larger patient base beyond the nearly 16,000 people enrolled in the medical program, according to insiders privy to the conversations.

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    Investors and entrepreneurs are pushing for a piece of the medicinal marijuana market once the audit is complete.

    Dan Bryan, Murphy's spokesman, last week confirmed that new dispensaries will be added. Bryan did not specify whether this meant permitting existing operators to open satellite locations, licensing new growers, or both. 

    "Governor Murphy remains committed to expanding New Jersey's medical marijuana program and eliminating unnecessary barriers to access for patients who currently are not able to obtain medical marijuana treatments in the state," Bryan said. "Gov. Murphy is committed to doing everything within his authority to modernize the program, a process that will include opening new dispensaries in the state as the need for medical marijuana expands."

    Bill Caruso, a founding member of the pro-legalization group, New Jersey United for Marijuana Reform and a lobbyist for an aspiring grower, said he agrees with the governor's decision "to pump the brakes."

    "They are worried about what happened in Nevada," where medicinal dispensaries ran out of supply almost immediately after recreational marijuana was legalized on July 1. "We have only six dispensaries -- not even six."

    New Jersey has five dispensaries; a sixth, Foundation Harmony in Secaucus, is expected to open in early spring, a spokeswoman said last week.

    Caruso said he expects Murphy will approve an expansion for both veterans and newcomers to the medicinal program.

    Sen. Joseph Vitale, D-Middlesex, said he understands both the Murphy administration reticence and the frustration of dispensary owners and patients.

    "They want to encourage competition for quality and cost, but they don't want to create an environment where there are too many dispensaries," Vitale said.

     "New conditions should be approved immediately" so patients and their physicians can start the process of applying to the program, he added.

    Assemblyman Reed Gusciora, D-Mercer, introduced a bill on Thursday that would address several of Murphy's concerns with the state's medical marijuana program. Among other provisions, the bill would triple the number of dispensaries, allow patients to buy edibles and other products, and it would add chronic pain to the list of qualifying conditions.

    Kris Krane, CEO of 4Front Ventures, a cannabis investment and management firm, predicts New Jersey will use an expanded medical marijuana program to help launch its recreational market later on.

    States that used medical dispensaries to help the expansion into a recreational market have had the most success, while other states that tried to start a recreational market from scratch struggled in the beginning, said Krane, board of trustees member of the New Jersey Cannabis Industry Association.

    "You can kind of kill two birds with one stone here by doing the morally important thing...while building the infrastructure" for a recreational market, he said.

    After years of living under the most restrictive medical marijuana program in the nation, dispensary owners says they are anxious to demonstrate what they can offer. 

    Aaron Epstein, general manager of Garden State Dispensary in Woodbridge, said the facility has an additional 20,000 square feet of space that could be used to increase production. He also has an agreement for another cultivation site. He wouldn't provide specifics on either plan, saying it was too early to comment.

    "We're currently planning to be able to handle increased demand," Epstein said during a recent tour. "We're hoping sometime within the next month and half we see these expanded conditions, we see some of these barriers to entry eliminated and we see a lot of progress in moving this industry forward." 

    David Knowlton, board president for Compassionate Care Foundation of Egg Harbor, said they have room inside their 80,000 square-foot facility to double their growth in 90 days, and "double it again in another 90 days.

    The dispensary owners recently met with Deputy Health Commissioner Jackie Cornell at her request, Knowlton said, to talk about meeting increased demand.

    "They were very responsive, collegial and problem-solving," Knowlton added.

    Some patients say they are eager for change.

    "I wait on a line now at my dispensary and when I get to the counter, they are usually out of the strain that I need," Edward Grimes of East Hanover, a registered patient and cannabis activist told, NJ Advance Media.

    Amanda Hoffman of Summit, also a registered patient, said she is "fed-up with the utter nonsense" of the state's program.

    "Current (dispensaries) cannot keep up with current patient traffic. We need the Department of Health Commissioner to sign those petitions on his desk ASAP, but we need more dispensaries and more options to support that anticipated patient growth," Hoffman added.

    Are you interested in the N.J. cannabis industry? Subscribe here for exclusive insider information from NJ Cannabis Insider 

    Susan K. Livio may be reached at slivio@njadvancemedia.com. Follow her on Twitter @SusanKLivio. Find NJ.com Politics on Facebook


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    MCC opens food pantry

    mx0218college.jpgMiddlesex County College students, faculty, administrators and food pantry committee members attend the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the pantry. From left: Mark McCormick, MCC vice president for academic and student affairs; Arianna Illa, committee member; Kathy Shay, committee chair; Dorothy Bitetto, committee member; MCC president Joann La Perla-Morales; Timothy Hack, committee member; Mary Tutalo, coordinator; and Jennifer Altman, committee member.  

    EDISON - Middlesex County College opened its new food pantry, MCC Cares, on Feb. 9. in College Center 170B.

    The pantry serves food-insecure students and is open Mondays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and Thursdays from 2 to 6 p.m.

    Those wishing to donate should bring nonperishable nutritious items to the Student Life Office, College Center 213.


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    "This is a big deal for Belmar," Mayor Matthew Doherty said.

    One of New Jersey's most popular beach towns is dumping the people who manage their lifeguards and upping how much the borough pays lifeguards.

    The beachfront borough of Belmar, which receives hundreds of thousands of visitors each summer, passed a resolution initiating a search for new lifeguard leadership.

    "This is a big deal for Belmar," Mayor Matthew Doherty said.

    Doherty said it was brought to his attention that too often lifeguard stands were left unattended when there were people swimming during the summer.

    "To me, that's a case of not managing the lifeguard resources properly," he said.

    The current managers of the department could not be reached for comment.   

    The resolution, which passed by a 4-1 margin, opens a search for a new lifeguard director, lifeguard assistant supervisor, lifeguard captain and lifeguard lieutenant.

    The starting rate for a lifeguard will also increase from $8.50 an hour to $10 an hour.

    "There has been this trend of less people wanting to become lifeguards, so we're trying to do two things at once: new management for lifeguards and add more lifeguards," Doherty said.

    A letter to lifeguards from police Chief Andrew Huisman, who as public safety director oversees the lifeguard department, said the borough has "made the decision to go in a new direction."

    "We believe our rank and file lifeguards are the best working on the Jersey Shore," the letter states. "We want the best working for us and we want the best to be proud to be a part of a professional and well-trained team that will be the envy of the Jersey Shore."  

    Belmar had two deaths and dozens of rescues at its 1-mile stretch of beach in 2017. However, those incidents came before and after the summer tourism season when the borough doesn't stock its beaches with a full-time staff of lifeguards. 

    "It's challenging work but very rewarding," Doherty said. "We have many, many saves, so no one is going to sit there and get bored. But at the same time, it's a challenge to manage it. But we think now is an appropriate time to go out and see what kind of qualified people we have who can manage our very busy beachfront in the summer."

    Alex Napoliello may be reached at anapoliello@njadvancemedia.com. Follow him on Twitter @alexnapoNJ. Find NJ.com on Facebook.

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    Nearly 9 million dogs and 4.5 million cats in the U.S. have health insurance.

    Some pet stats for the day:

     A 2017-2018 National Pet Owners Survey conducted by the American Pet Products Association found that 68% of U.S. households, or about 85 million families. This is up from 56% of U.S. households in 1988, the first year the survey was conducted.

    The kinds of pets owned? Dogs account for just over 60%, with cats at 47% (bear in mind, the total can exceed 100% because some households, like mine, have cats AND dogs, as well as other possible pets). Fish, freshwater and saltwater, account for 15%, birds 8%, and small animals like hamsters and gerbils 7%.

    The survey also found that 10% of dog owners and 5% of cat owners have health insurance for their pets. Based on the total number of dogs and cat in the US that equates to nearly 9 million dogs and over 4.5 million cats with insurance.

    And some completely random pet facts:

    Three dogs (from first-class cabins) survived the sinking of the Titanic - two Pomeranians and one Pekingese.

    Dogs and humans have the same type of slow wave sleep (SWS) and rapid eye movement (REM) and during this REM stage dogs can dream. The twitching and paw movements that occur during their sleep are signs that your pet is dreaming

    Cats make more than 100 different sounds whereas dogs make around 10.

    Greg Hatala may be reached at ghatala@starledger.com. Follow him on Twitter @GregHatala. Find Greg Hatala on Facebook.


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    Property tax prepayments for bills due in 2018 in some towns jumped more than 1,000 percent compared to prepayments for 2017, ahead of limits on deductions from federal income taxes in 2018, a boon for towns collecting interest on the money


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    Two New York residents are charged with sex trafficking the 17-year-old

    A New Jersey rabbi was among 30 men who had sex with a teenage girl forced into prostitution by a New York City man and woman who face charges of human trafficking, authorities said. 

    Gabriella Colon, 18, and Richard Ortiz, 23, both of Bronx, New York, were arrested at a motel in Fort Lee on Friday and charged with 11 counts of human trafficking as well as child pornography offenses, the Middlesex County Prosecutor's Office said in a statement. 

    Aryeh-Goodman.jpgAryeh Goodman, 35, of East Brunswick 

    Aryeh Goodman, who runs a religious learning center out of his East Brunswick home, paid to have sex with the 17-year-old girl at a hotel in the township, authorities said.

    Goodman, 35, turned himself in five days later. He was charged with engaging in prostitution with a child and endangering the welfare of a child. Goodman has previously served time in prison for indecent assault on a child under the age of 13 in Pennsylvania.

    Prosecutors said Colon and Ortiz coerced the 17-year-old Lancaster, Pennsylvania girl into having sex with the men between Jan. 1 and Feb. 2 at a hotel in East Brunswick. Other charges against them include criminal restraint, promoting prostitution and endangering the welfare of a child.

    They are being held at the Middlesex County jail in North Brunswick. 

    Authorities didn't name the hotel.

    Goodman, was sentenced in Pike County, Pennsylvania in October 2015  to 11 to 23 months in prison after pleading guilty to two counts of indecent assault of a person less than 13 years of age, according to court records.

    When Goodman was arrested in January 2013, he was charged with 12 counts of indecent assault of a person less than 13 years of age. The remaining charges were dismissed as part of his guilty plea.

    The assaults occurred in June 2001 when Goodman was a counselor at Camp Manachem in Pennsylvania. At the time of his arrest in that case, Goodman was the director of Chabad of East Brunswick, which focused on educating children.

    The investigation into the current case is continuing. Anyone with information is asked to call Det. Chris Farrace or Det. Dan Unkel of the East Brunswick police at 732-390-6900, or Det. Mark Morris of the Middlesex County Prosecutor's Office at 732-745-4194.

    Jeff Goldman may be reached at jeff_goldman@njadvancemedia.com. Follow him on Twitter @JeffSGoldman. Find NJ.com on Facebook.

     
     
     

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    A Gloucester County police department is training officers to use de-escalation tactics to defuse potentially violent encounters.


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    The Fords resident was traveling north in the southbound lanes when she hit another car

    A 23-year-old woman driving the wrong way on the Garden State Parkway Sunday night was killed when she collided with another vehicle, authorities said. 

    Shannon Whooley, of the Fords section of Woodbridge, was traveling north in the southbound lanes near milepost 128.7 in Woodbridge when she struck a car headed south, State Police said Monday morning. 

    Whooley was pronounced dead at the scene. The driver of the other car, described only as a man, was hospitalized in serious condition. Neither his age nor his hometown was provided.

    Family struggles with recovery, bills from wrong-way crash

    There were no passengers in either car. 

    Authorities are investigating how and where Whooley entered the Parkway in the wrong direction. 

    The crash took place around 11 p.m. and closed the three right lanes on the Parkway for about three hours, Sgt. Lawrence Peele said. 

    Jeff Goldman may be reached at jeff_goldman@njadvancemedia.com. Follow him on Twitter @JeffSGoldman. Find NJ.com on Facebook.

     

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    The pedestrian is in serious condition after being hit in Edison around 2:30 a.m.

    Police are searching for the driver of a car that struck and seriously injured a pedestrian in Edison on Monday morning. 

    The driver fled after hitting someone on Talmadge Road near the intersection with Carter Drive around 2:30 a.m., Edison police said. 

    The vehicle, a silver Mercedes SUV, has front end damage to the grill area and was last seen heading towards New Durham Road. 

    Edison police didn't immediately respond to a message from NJ Advance Media seeking additional information. 

    Anyone with information is asked to call police at 732-248-7400.

    Jeff Goldman may be reached at jeff_goldman@njadvancemedia.com. Follow him on Twitter @JeffSGoldman. Find NJ.com on Facebook.

     

     


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    A new Whole Foods store set to open in Bridgewater on March 21, 2018, will mark the 19th store to open in New Jersey.

    A new Whole Foods store set to open in Bridgewater on March 21 will mark the 19th store to open in New Jersey. 

    The opening date, announced Monday, comes two years after the company revealed its plan to open a new store in a shopping center between Route 22 and Chimney Rock Road. 

    Whole Foods Market Bridgewater will create approximately 155 new local jobs, according to a news release. Applications can be submitted online.

    Doors will open at 9 a.m. on March 21 with prize giveaways, special sales and product demonstrations and samples. Regular store hours are 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily.

    Sneak peek inside N.J.'s newest Whole Foods

    "We can't wait to serve Bridgewater and the Somerset County Community," Whole Foods Market Bridgewater Store Team Leader Christina Estrada said in a news release. "We look forward to sharing our industry-leading quality standards at a great value, and to serving as an exciting new gathering place for the local community."

    The 49,000-square-foot store will sit in the southwest corner of the shopping center, which is also slated to include Saks Off 5th, Nordstrom Rack and Ulta, among 12 other businesses. 

    Restaurants in the retail center will include Blaze Pizza, Chipotle Mexican Grill, The Habit Burger Grill and Frutta Bowls. 

    Nine retail lots are still available for rent, according to a listing on the website of the developer, Florida-based Regency Centers. 

    Other Whole Foods locations near Bridgewater include Metuchen and Clark. 

    Marisa Iati may be reached at miati@njadvancemedia.com. Follow her on Twitter @Marisa_Iati or on Facebook here. Find NJ.com on Facebook

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    A handful of high-seeded teams are capable of posting upsets in state tournament


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    2018 NJSIAA region wrestling tournament brackets are below. Each weight class within each region is a separate bracket. Each bracket is printable. Click through the brackets below for each weight c...

    2018 NJSIAA region wrestling tournament brackets are below. Each weight class within each region is a separate bracket.

    Each bracket is printable. Click through the brackets below for each weight class.

    NOTE: Brackets will be added all day on Monday, please check back for the latest.
    We will be updating the brackets throughout the tournament, so check back as the results flow in on Wednesday and Friday nights -- and all day on Saturday.

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