South Brunswick Tax Bill Above State Average
New Jersey homeowners experience smallest tax increase in more than two decades.
South Brunswick Tax Appeals May Force Property Revaluation
Township officials say South Brunswick may be forced to consider property revaluation in the future due to the continued increase of tax appeals from residents and businesses.
Stamp Prices to Rise to 46 Cents This Month
U.S. Postal Service rates are set to increase by one cent on Jan. 27.
Hugs for Brady Winter Gala to Honor Local Humanitarian
Hugs for Brady Pediatric Cancer Humanitarian of the Year Award to be presented to Mary Gondek, owner of Confectionately Yours, at annual gala Jan. 26.
Township Aims to Curtail Irresponsible Contractors
South Brunswick to revise guidelines for contractors bidding on municipal projects.
South Brunswick Hotel Crackdown Leads to 22 Arrests
Increased enforcement results in arrests for narcotics possession, fugitive warrants and drunk driving.
Brio Tuscan Grille Approved for Quaker Bridge Mall
Plans for the new upscale 7,431-square-foot, 275-seat Italian restaurant at the mall on Route 1
College Honors for South Brunswick Students
Township Dean's List honorees from University of New Haven and York College of Pennsylvania.
There's Still Time for a $15 Flu Shot
It's not too late for Middlesex County residents to get an inexpensive shot to ward off influenza
Yo Gabba Gabba! LIVE! Returns to Area
The immensely popular children's show will perform live at State Theatre on Feb. 7 and 8.
Tips on Avoiding the Flu
Flu season has been particularly severe this year. Here are some tips from Saint Peter's University Hospital on how to prevent getting sick.
South Brunswick Police Release Details for Firearm Surrender
“Project Safe Surrender” allows public to safely turn in unwanted firearms.
South Brunswick Girl Continues Efforts for Cancer Patients
Brunswick Acres Elementary School student Jillian Knehr went beyond just donating money she raised to help fight cancer, she also donated her hair.