News for Old Bridge, NJ. The township of Old Bridge is the 3rd most populous municipality in Middlesex County and the 18th most populous in New Jersey with more than 65,300 residents. The mayor in 2021 is Owen Henry.
This Has Been Named The Best Restaurant in New Jersey
This Old Bridge, NJ restaurant was named the best in the state!
NJ woman gets 5 years in prison for drunk crash that killed man
Ashley Beams, of Toms River, also pleaded guilty to a DWI motor vehicle offense in the 2022 deadly crash that killed the Parlin man.
Rallying in Old Bridge, NJ to turn the tide on suicide
Spadea attended the first annual "Brady's Walk and Mental Health Wellness Fair" in Carl Sandburg Middle School.
NJ nurse gets prison, loses license for drunk, deadly crash
Yokauri Batista-Alcantara admitted to the drunk, wrong-way crash on Thanksgiving 2021, that killed two children and left two police officers and a civilian passenger hurt.
Sayreville, NJ mom killed in Route 9 motorcycle crash
Old Bridge police told MyCentralJersey.com a GMC SUV on the ramp from Route 9 north to Route 18 north abruptly crossed over the median back onto Route 9 forcing drivers to suddenly come to a stop.
Hoarders move out of rented NJ home, abandoning dozens of cats
A neighbor's complained about the smells of urine coming from the Old Bridge townhouse unit brought out volunteers to remove dozens of cats.
Restaurant that promises 'honest eating' is coming to Old Bridge
The restaurant is called honeygrow and it is going in a shopping center that’s under construction on Rte. 9.
NJ woman admits to deadly Toms River crash that killed Parlin man
Ashley Beams has pleaded guilty to a charge stemming from the February 2022 death of James “Jimmy” Cruz. The Parlin man died after being pinned between two cars in Toms River.
Teen confesses to calling bomb threats at Hooters in NJ
The threats were made 13 days apart to the same Hooters restaurant on Route 18 in East Brunswick.
Old Bridge driver accused of drunk, wrong-way Rt. 18 deadly crash
James Cannici, 20, was facing charges after a drunken, wrong-way crash that killed 45-year-old Florence Akoma, of Sayreville on Route 18, prosecutors said.