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Week in Review: Theft of Xmas Decorations, iPhones; Kidnapping Fraud

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

South Brunswick Man Victim of Kidnapping Fraud

Suspect called township man and told him his son was injured in a car accident and was being held until payment for vehicle damages was wired through Western Union.

Police Help Deliver Baby on Side of Route 1

South Brunswick Police assist father in delivery of baby boy just six miles from the hospital.

Sanu May Miss Rest of Season With Foot Injury

South Brunswick High School and Rutgers University alum Mohamed Sanu suffered a stress fracture in his left foot and is expected to be out two to three months.

Crosswalks to be Added for South Brunswick Bikeway

Freedom Trail will run from Ridge Road in Kingston to Route 1, and on the western side of Route 1 the path will run by Stouts Lane, across New Road and then back to Ridge Road.

South Brunswick Kids Star in Original Ballet

The Snow Queen will return Dec. 15 and 16 at The College of New Jersey.

Teen Helps South Brunswick Food Pantry During Difficult Times

The township food pantry is aiding about 230 families during the holiday season thanks to donation efforts from volunteers like South Brunswick High School student Marissa Modi.

Christmas Decorations Stolen from South Brunswick Homes

Ornaments taken from homes during a series of thefts in Dayton, Monmouth Junction and Kendall Park.

Dealing with Sandy’s Aftermath Puts Schools to the Test

Senate Budget Committee hears about impact on school year, tax ratables, budgets.

Run with the Vikings 5K Aids SBHS Athletics

Annual race raised money for South Brunswick High School Viking Athletic Club.

Iowa Good Samaritans Aid Area Sandy Victims

Volunteers from the Midwest came to Central New Jersey performing various tasks for homeowners affected by the storm free of charge.

South Brunswick BOE Results Official

Incumbents Stephen Parker and Barry Nathanson re-elected, while Peter St. Vincent joins the board.

South Brunswick Moms Continue Effort to Help Sandy Victims

Township schools collect over 3,000 books for Union Beach school devastated by Superstorm Sandy.

Chipotle Mexican Grill to Open on Route 1

The company is actively hiring for its West Windsor location.

Township Exploring Solar Farm on Sondek Park Landfill

South Brunswick continuing search for location to add solar panels that would reduce township's $2.4 million annual energy costs.

Two Staten Island Men Charged in iPhone Thefts

Two suspects charged for stealing iPhones from Verizon store on Route 1.

How Was Your Electric Service During Hurricane Sandy? NJBPU Wants to Know

If your electric service was out for weeks, you can vent at a series of statewide BPU hearings

Letter: BOE Candidate Thanks Community

Azra Baig, candidate for South Brunswick Board of Education.

SBHS Alum's Debut Poetry Collection Due in 2013

South Brunswick High School graduate Adam Fitzgerald's debut collection of poetry will be published by W.W. Norton’s Liveright imprint in June 2013.

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