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Week in Review: Fatal Route 27 Accident; Waiting for Sandy

A look back at the week that was in South Brunswick.

Township to Explore Speeding Problem on Rural Roads

White Pine Road homeowner said motorists have turned the roadway into a dangerous situation for residents.

South Brunswick Man Charged in Cab Robbery

Township man allegedly used a knife to rob a New Brunswick cab driver.

Farm-to-Table Restaurant Offers Local Focus on Fresh Ingredients

The first in a series focusing on the farm-to-table restaurant opening at the former Lahiere's Restaurant.

American Legion Post 401 Annual Drive for South Brunswick Food Pantry

Drive begins early this year to meet the rising need.

Proposed Bill Would Put All EMTs Under State Control

Establishing a single professional standard, advocates argue, would guarantee that all patients receive a uniform level of care.

Township Holds Groundbreaking for Route 27 and Beekman Road Intersection Upgrade

Approximately $1 million improvement project seeks to alleviate congestion at clogged intersection.

Letter: Relieve Active Duty Township Residents in Armed Forces from Real Estate Taxes

Paul Saltin, Candidate South Brunswick Township Council

Letter: South Brunswick Saves Critical Open Space

William Klimowicz, South Brunswick

South Brunswick Kids Send Gift of Art a World Away

Students at Indian Fields Elementary School paint a mural to be sent to an impoverished elementary school in the Philippines.

St. Augustine of Canterbury Artists to be Featured at State Teacher Convention

Three St. Augustine of Canterbury School students will have their artwork displayed in Atlantic City.

Letter: Vote Democrats for South Brunswick Township Council

Anthony and Janet Campisano, South Brunswick

New Fitness Craze Comes to South Brunswick

Bokwa fitness brings different and fun approach to exercise allowing participants to make the routine all their own.

Franklin Township Man Killed in Route 27 Crash

Police said the 50-year-old victim's vehicle struck a utility pole for unknown reasons.

Man in Critical Condition After Route 1 Crash

Police said traffic was backed up for two to three miles during rush hour Wednesday morning.

Letter: Baig Right Choice for South Brunswick BOE

Professor Wade Trappe, South Brunswick

Researchers claim 1,624 crashes prevented as a result of Graduated License Program in first year.

Dow Jones Solar Project Aids South Brunswick's Less Fortunate

Dow Jones Route 1 location donated $5,000 to South Brunswick Food Pantry after winning News Corp’s Global Energy Initiative (GEI) Achievement Award.

Time Running Out to Help Brunswick Acres Win $5k Grant

Brunswick Acres Elementary School needs help from the public to win a $5,000 grant from Kris Wine and Americans for the Arts for the school's art program.

South Brunswick Prepares for Potential 'Perfect Storm'

Township urges residents to prepare for possible impact from Hurricane Sandy.

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