Week in Review: Fatal Accident Causes Traffic Nightmare; Senior Center Expansion
A look back at the week that was in South Brunswick.
The candidates, voting information and issues that will be affecting South Brunswick.
Failure to comply with New Jersey Best Practices can lead to a $250,000 reduction in state aid.
Dayton's Doctors of Dental Medicine turned an employee's safari photos into a $500 donation to the Animal Placement Agency of the Windsors.
South Brunswick High School football continues to thrive in the face of adversity.
When 8-year-old Jillian Knehr heard the story behind "Alex's Lemonade Stand," she was driven to get involved to help kids battling cancer.
Muriel Leonard, President Oak Woods Board of Trustees.
State agency working to help residents whose mail never made it to government offices.
District 16 legislators Sen. Christopher “Kip” Bateman and Assembly members Jack Ciattarelli and Donna Simon delivered boxes of food collected in their district offices to the township food pantry.
Area residents launched an online petition requesting that state officials abort the Route 1 pilot project. DOT representatives never specified what would determine the project’s success or failure, but some residents see only failure.
One man - believed to be a 49-year-old resident of Belleville - was killed in the accident, which occurred about 9:45 a.m. near Exit 7A in Robbinsville Township.
Route 1, Route 130 and Route 27 experienced significant delays from fatal accident on the New Jersey Turnpike.
The bridge carrying Interstate 195 over the New Jersey Turnpike in Robbinsville was damaged when a truck crashed and caught fire beneath it Wednesday morning, killing the truck's driver. The lane closure is expected to last up to six weeks.
Resident asks South Brunswick Township to install sidewalks from Indian Fields Elementary School up to the five corners intersection.
Playground fun doesn’t have to be reserved for kids. Adults can enjoy these outdoor play spaces too—and get a great workout at the same time.
Project to add about 10,000-square feet to the South Brunswick Senior Center is expected to be completed by May 2013.
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