Week in Review: Route 1 Issues; South Brunswick First Aid in Need
A look back at the week that was in South Brunswick.
Long awaited intersection improvement project closer to reality.
The popular restaurant is opening its newest location at the Quaker Bridge Mall on Route 1.
How you can prepare for the dreaded question "what if?"
Farmland on Davidson Mill Road preserved.
High winds lead to power outages and fallen trees.
With school board elections rescheduled for November, can local candidates be heard above the background noise of national politics?
Dr. Tushar B. Patel, Rocky Hill Road, South Brunswick.
Former Middlesex County Sheriff Joseph C. Spicuzzo was indicted last year in a jobs-for-cash scheme.
South Brunswick and state elected officials welcomed the grand opening of the newly expanded Noor-Ul-Iman School on Route 1.
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Reed Gusciora said the project is causing a rise in illegal U-Turns and K-Turns, loss of business sales and increased safety concerns.
South Brunswick added 173 new businesses thus far in 2012, but problems persist from an overwhelming number of residential and commercial tax appeals.
“All of a sudden the blades broke off," Joe Enhuei said. "One of the blades split into two or three pieces and then another intact blade hit the broken pieces.”
DOT Spokesman says issues are being addressed, but the problems aren't serious enough to end the pilot program.
New volunteers and donations are needed to aid the three rescue squads serving South Brunswick.
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