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Week in Review: South Brunswick Sandy Recovery; Elections

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

Snow Hampers South Brunswick Recovery

Power outages persist as work continues to restore Kendall Park and the eastern part of town.

South Brunswick Schools to Explore Options for Makeup Days

Spring break and winter break to be considered for school days lost to Hurricane Sandy.

South Brunswick Unites for Sandy Victims

Over 150 volunteers, scores of residents and businesses converged on Family Karate in Monmouth Junction donating enough supplies to fill 900 boxes for victims of Hurricane Sandy in Middlesex County and the Jersey Shore.

South Brunswick: A Community That Cares

After a resident was displaced from her home by a fallen tree, a united township effort was on full display during Hurricane Sandy and the days that followed.

Dems Sweep South Brunswick Council Election; BOE Race Down to Wire

Incumbent Democrats Joseph Camarota and Charles Carley, along with newcomer Josephine "Jo" Hochman elected to South Brunswick Township Council.

The Challenges of Opening Farm-to-Table Restaurant

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

Employees help out, and you can, too.

District 16 Assembly Race Too Close to Call

Report says Simon held small lead over Corfield.

South Brunswick Businesses Team Up to Aid Sandy Victims

Donate needed items to Hurricane Sandy victims at the Jersey Shore.

Nor'easter Raises Concerns for South Brunswick OEM

Heavy snow and a high wind advisory for Middlesex County Wednesday into Thursday could lead to more power outages for South Brunswick.

'Foreign Workers' in New Jersey for Sandy Can Help with Nor'easter

All the out-of-state electric crews helping PSE&G in NJ are going to be in the right place at the right time, come Wednesday.

Menendez Overtakes Kyrillos to Retain Senate Seat

Republicans have conceded the senatorial seat to incumbent Robert Menendez.

PSEG said that the nor'easter blanketing central New Jersey with snow has already caused an additional 60,000 customers to lose electrical service.

The two central New Jersey counties had the highest impact from Wednesday's storm that brought heavy, wet snow and downed power lines to the area.

Phone Carriers Waive Fees in Hurricane Sandy Aftermath

Beginning Oct. 29, New Jersey Verizon Wireless customers will not be charged for voice or text usage until Nov. 17

Switch to November Ballot Boosts School-Election Turnout

Board candidates, spending proposals moved for first time from traditional April vote.

Donate Gas Cards to Help South Brunswick Sandy Victims

Social Services needs help providing gas cards to less fortunate residents without power so they can run generators for heat.

South Brunswick Church Collecting Aid for Staten Island

Donations needed to help storm ravaged communities of Staten Island.

Scouts Helping South Brunswick Food Pantry

Help the less fortunate in South Brunswick by donating food at two collection locations set up by South Brunswick Boy Scouts.

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