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Sayreville names Chris Beagan new head football coach (NJ.com) Sayreville has found its new head coach to lead the Bombers’ out onto the field in 2015. Veteran Greater Middlesex Conference football coach and Sayreville alumnus Chris Beagan is the man to replace coach George Najjar, who was at the helm at Sayreville during its hazing and sexual assault scandal in October.
Ewing couple found dead in their home in apparent murder-suicide (NJ.com) EWING — A Ewing couple in their 80s were found dead in their Steinway Avenue home Tuesday in an apparent murder-suicide, authorities said. Ewing police responding to a 911 call placed at 4 p.m. Tuesday entered the one-story home off Pennington Road and found the man and woman dead of apparent gunshot wounds, Mercer County Prosecutor's Office spokeswoman Casey DeBlasio said.
Horse seized from Mansfield farm euthanized after emergency surgery (NJ.com) MANSFIELD — One of the emaciated horses removed from a Mansfield farm last month by humane officers was euthanized Monday night after emergency surgery, the Burlington County SPCA announced Tuesday. Toby, a 9-year-old thoroughbred gelding, had surgery Monday morning at the New Jersey Equine Clinic in Millstone, and appeared to be doing well, the organization said on their Facebook page.
'Concerned citizen' who helped cops on foot pursuit collars suspect, Butler police say (NJ.com) BUTLER -- A 21-year-old man sought by police for a break-in reported last week tried to elude arrest by jumping out of a window and leading officers on a foot chase through a Butler neighborhood this afternoon, authorities said.
Sayreville board expected to tap Monroe High's Chris Beagan as new head football coach (NJ.com) SAYREVILLE - The Sayreville Board of education will vote on a replacement for longtime head football coach George Najjar at tonight's board meeting, according to released documents. According to an addendum to tonight's meeting agenda, Chris Beagan, veteran Monroe High School head coach and Sayreville alum, will be considered as Najjar's replacement.