Tuesday, February 19, 2013
The water main break occurred earlier this afternoon, causing delays from both directions.
A water main break that occured earlier this afternoon on Route 22 in Watchung at Terrill Road is causing major traffic delays, officials said. There is no access to Route 22 West from Terrill Road, according to a message sent out by the Scotch Plains Police Department through the UC First Alert system. The message stated to avoid the area, if possible. NJ.com is reporting that Lt. Joe Cina of the Watchung Police Department said that traffic is being diverted through the Sears parking lot and nearby jughandle. To sign up for the UC First Alert system, click here.
Friday, February 15, 2013
The new physical therapy center recently opened above The Center for Ambulatory Surgery on Route 22.
Last month, Crest Physical Therapy opened its ninth location on Route 22 in Mountainside aimed towards providing complete rehabilitative care by experienced physical therapists in order to get people back to their original physical abilities. The 5,000 square foot physical therapy center has opened up above the Center for Ambulatory Surgery and serves patients of all ages. Crest goes where there is a need, said head of Business and Development for Crest, John Reagan, being above the surgery center provides easy access for patients. “We want to be where there’s patients,” Reagan said. He added that it is easy for patients to visit both the surgery center and physical therapy center in the same building, rather than having to travel to …
Monday, August 6, 2012
The driver, Ronald Christian, was issued summons for careless operation, driving with a suspended license, unlicensed operation and having an uninsured vehicle.
- POLICE & FIRE
Monday, August 6, 2012
From the Mountainside Police Department: On Monday, July 30, a 2003 black Saturn being driven by Ronald Christian, age 23 of Irvington, NJ, was traveling east on Route 22. When approaching the area of Parkway Drive, the vehicle struck the curb, which caused the driver to lose control and strike a utility pole. The driver, Ronald Christian, was pinned in the vehicle and had to be extricated and airlifted to UMDNJ hospital in Newark. A passenger, Hasheem Youngblood, age 25 of Irvington, was uninjured. Ronald Christian was issued four summons for careless operation, driving with a suspended license, unlicensed operation and having an uninsured vehicle.