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Troop’s first Eagle Scout speaks about leadership skills

Using his leadership and organizational skills, East Brunswick resident DJ Pullaro has become Boy Scout Troop 501's first Eagle Scout. After five years in Cub...

State announces instructions for residents about spotted lanternfly

New Jersey Department of Agriculture Secretary Douglas Fisher has announced information and instructions for residents who encounter the spotted lanternfly as the department continues...

North Brunswick resident to serve on Board of Trustees of National Court Reporters Foundation

The National Court Reporters Foundation (NCRF), the philanthropic arm of the National Court Reporters Association (NCRA), announced that Rich Germosen of North Brunswick was...

Suspicious man in South Brunswick neighborhood charged with driving while impaired, possession of drug...

SOUTH BRUNSWICK - A resident of South Brunswick reported a suspicious occupied silver Lexus on Shelly Road near Benson Road around 1:40 this morning, Aug....

North Brunswick school board to hold special meeting Aug. 17

The North Brunswick Board of Education will hold a special meeting at 7 p.m. Aug. 17 via Zoom. No formal action will be taken. For instructions...

Community Bulletin Board: the North and South Brunswick Sentinel (for Aug. 12)

Editor's note: In light of recent events related to coronavirus, some organizations have decided to cancel their upcoming programs. Please check the status of...

Family fishing tournament sponsored by Partnership for Drug-Free New Jersey

The Partnership for a Drug-Free New Jersey (PDFNJ) will hold its Sixth Annual Don’t Get Hooked on Drugs NJ Family Fishing Tournament. The competition, to...

South Brunswick Public Library reopens with Browse-and-Go; services now available seven days a week

The South Brunswick Public Library (SBPL) reopened its doors to the public on Aug. 11 after being closed for nearly five months to the...

Equine Science Center to offer series of webinars

The Equine Science Center will begin its Fall 2020 Webinar Series on Aug. 13. Every other Thursday at 7 p.m., through the the first week...

Informational meeting for first aid volunteers set for Aug. 13 in North Brunswick

The North Brunswick First Aid & Rescue Squad is in need of volunteers. The next monthly information session will be held at 7 p.m. Aug....
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Emergency curbside brush collection begins Aug. 17 in South Brunswick

In the past week following Tropical Storm Isaias, nearly 40% of South Brunswick lost power, many roads and highways were closed, and hundreds of...

Black Mothers Rising calls for protection of children against racial injustices

PHOTOS COURTESY OF ALYSON PARKER Black Mothers Rising, founded by Nakeisha Ammons, forms a frontline of protection for Black children and a platform for Black...

Saint Peter’s University Hospital names new chief of ENT and Head and Neck Surgery

Kianoush Sheykholeslami, MD, PhD, FACS, has been named the chief of ENT and Head and Neck Surgery at Saint Peter's University Hospital. Dr. Shey,...

Panelists for South Asians for Biden discuss impacts of 2020 election to the community

The South Asians for Biden New Jersey chapter held a virtual discussion with South Asian political leaders New Jersey State Senator Vin Gopal, New...

South Brunswick reports positive trend of decrease in COVID cases

South Brunswick has seen only single digit increases in COVID-19 cases since June 13. The trend seen in June continues with fewer older people testing...

Learn how to can and freeze peaches during workshop at Terhune Orchards

Terhune Orchards has baskets overflowing with just-picked peaches ready for guests to take home to create peach recipes. Pam’s Canning & Freezing Class will be...

Officials: Intoxicated man driving his children rear-ends vehicle, causes fiery crash

A driver has been charged with driving while intoxicated with his children in the car, and injuring multiple people after a fiery crash. Christopher L....

Kendall Park native named alumni representative to MCC Board of Trustees

A 2020 graduate of Middlesex County College was named alumni representative to the Middlesex County College (MCC) Board of Trustees. Gabrielle McLean, of the Kendall...
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