Week in Review: Vikings Dominate; Gun Amnesty
A look back at the week in South Brunswick news.
Members of the South Brunswick High School baseball and basketball team continued volunteer efforts to aid victims of Hurricane Sandy in Manasquan.
"Breakfast With Santa" event raises funds to help with medical expenses for Ray Fantel, a 4-year-old South Brunswick child with spinal muscular atrophy.
It will still be safe, but you'll smell more chlorine starting this week.
Funds can be invested in new equipment and training or safety operations.
The Republican governor will join Middlesex County Republicans at their convention to be held in Woodbridge March 23.
South Brunswick High School boys and girls track once again reigns supreme in the Greater Middlesex Conference.
The team earned three first place and one second place title for group performances, as well as earning the top three titles for senior solos.
Leaf collection resuming after extensive cleanup of storm debris left by Hurricane Sandy.
South Brunswick High School alum Matthew Teeter returns to area with law practice seeking to aid young people in need of a second chance.
Some educators suggest student surveys should be part of teacher-effectiveness evaluations.
The 2014 Superbowl at the Meadowlands is expected to bring $550 million into New Jersey, and local hotels, restaurants, transportation and entertainment companies can grab shares of it.
South Brunswick Police Department's National Night Out celebration ranked number one in New Jersey and fourth in the nation for third year in a row.
Program would allow residents to turn in unlicensed and illegal weapons under a grant of amnesty.