Week in Review: South Brunswick Shows Heart

Residents perform acts of kindness for Sandy victims.

South Brunswick Kids Get Artistic to Aid Sandy Victims

Young South Brunswick art students design shells to raise money for victims of Superstorm Sandy at the Jersey Shore.

Resident Helps Connect Sandy Victims to Power Supply

A Deans Pond resident spurred by the calamity facing the Jenkinsons's Aquarium following Superstorm Sandy helped bring a call to action by Proctor & Gamble's Duracell.

Police Clarify Inaccurate Report of Child Luring

The North Brunswick School District sent out an email to parents about incidents of luring in South Brunswick, which township police said was incorrect.

Sanu Scores TD Two Straight Weeks for Bengals

After getting off to a slow start in his NFL career, South Brunswick High School and Rutgers University alum Mohamed Sanu has scored a touchdown in two straight games.

The Smile that Captured a Nation

South Brunswick joined with people from all over the country by stepping up to find a stem cell donor for Marlboro resident Shira Klein.

It's Official: Sandy Was No Hurricane

The National Weather Service designation affects deductibles on insurance claims and could save property owners money.

Run with the Vikings 5K Rescheduled for Dec. 2

Letter from race organizer Bob Tona.

American Legion Post 401 Toys for Tots Drop-off Site

Drop off new, unwrapped toys through Dec. 17 at American Legion Post 401, 148 Major Road in Monmouth Junction.

State BPU chief warns NJ ratepayers would foot bill for ‘incredibly expensive’ measures.

How to Track Down the Hottest Toys

Tips for getting the presents they want without having to hoof it from South Brunswick to the North Pole.


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