Week in Review: Crime Rate Rises; Local Marine Needs Help

A look back at the week in South Brunswick news.

South Brunswick Crime Rate Increases

Crime rate increase driven by rise in larcenies; township still comes in with fourth lowest crime rate in Middlesex County.

East Brunswick Man Charged in Hit and Run on Route 535

Suspect allegedly drove for two miles with a motorcycle stuck to his car.

Gravely Ill South Brunswick Marine Needs Help

South Brunswick High School graduate Christopher Molnar, 19, an Eagle Scout and U.S. Marine, is in need of help with medical bills as he fights for his life awaiting a heart transplant.

Two Jersey City Men Charged With Series of Burglaries

Suspects allegedly broke into homes on Yarrow Circle and Friendship Road, telling police they thought houses off of Exit 8A look nice.

South Brunswick Girls Pay Tribute to Shooting Victims

Middle school basketball team honors victims of Sandy Hook Elementary School tragedy.

South Brunswick Kids Perform Chores for the Shore

Initiative at Brooks Crossing Elementary School completing chores around the house to raise money for Sandy victims.

Grieving After the Newtown School Shooting

A child and family therapist gives advice for how to help your children when they are grieving.

SBHS Student Creates Unofficial Vikings Anthem

South Brunswick High School senior Kennedy Hart was looking to create a positive anthem to show off his Vikings pride, soon thereafter "Valhalla At Me" was born.

Schools Move to Reassure Families After Newtown Killings

Shootings at Columbine more than a decade ago opened educators' eyes to the need for stringent school safety.

Let's Yo! Yogurt Opens on Route 1

Enjoy a frozen yogurt and iPads at Let's Yo! Yogurt.

Best Holiday Recipes: Share Them on South Brunswick Patch

Whether you only venture into the kitchen to turn on the microwave or you’re a gourmet at heart, chances are you have a favorite holiday recipe. We want to hear about it!

Local Charter School Challenge to be Heard in January

The East Brunswick Township Council heard arguments Monday regarding a variance granted to the Hatikvah school, which has students from South Brunswick, over the summer.

SBHS Musician Earns All-Eastern Honors

South Brunswick High School junior Joseph Burke selected for NAfME All-Eastern Honors Orchestra.

Township Employee Named Citizen of the Year for Lifesaving Actions

Recycling Employee William Epps named Citizen of the Year by the Public Works Association of New Jersey after he saved a choking woman at Dunkin Donuts.

South Brunswick Holiday Recycling and Garbage Collection Schedule

Christmas trees will be collected between Jan. 2 and the second full week of January.

Letter: Praise for Making South Brunswick Holiday Program a Success

South Brunswick Director of Social Services LouAnne Wolf.


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