Week in Review: South Brunswick Police Meet Pastafarian
A look back at the week in South Brunswick news.
In a story that garnered national attention first reported by Patch, South Brunswick Police responded to the MVC facility on Route 130 in Dayton on reports that a man renewing his driver's license refused to remove the pasta strainer he was wearing on his head for his license photo.
All four routines placed in the top ten.
Monmouth Junction farm has donated more than 30,000 pounds of produce to Farmers Against Hunger.
Amber Brown recently became the first middle school girls basketball player in South Brunswick history to score 500 career points.
American Legion Post 401 donated headphones to the Menlo Park Veterans Home for hearing impaired vets.
'Climate change, once considered an issue for a distant future, has moved firmly into the present,’ reads open letter to American people.
Institute enables a student to advance a level in a given sequence of courses.
Survey shows 46 percent of 10 to 17-year-olds admit to having given out personal information to someone they did not know online.
After 15 months of treatment for Stage 3 High Risk Neuroblastoma, Jake Holmes had his Broviac port removed and returned to school.
Jimmy Rivera, 41, died of complications from injuries he suffered in an October 2012 crash on Route 1.
Scheme would substitute new ratepayer subsidies for ones now expiring, masking real costs to customers.
"There is a lot happening here, we've got a lot of corporate folks here and new folks coming into the region. At some point, traffic is going to be a detriment, if it's not already."
Top five ranked Ali Yildiz and Jordan Pagano lead the South Brunswick High School team into districts as the road to Atlantic City for the state championships begins.