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Generous supporters deserve thanks The Presbyterian Church of Jamesburg has been the home of a local food cupboard for a number of years, providing food to needy families regardless of religious affiliation. Food is distributed by appointment on a monthly basis, and emergency assistance is given when needed. The church board of deacons administers the… Continue reading Untitled

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H.S. needs nominees for Women’s History Month The North Brunswick Township High School Social Studies Department is seeking nominations for "Women Who Had a Major Impact on the History and Growth in North Brunswick" in celebration of Women’s History Month. The school is asking residents to nominate women from past to present in all fields,… Continue reading Untitled

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sport shorts Monmouth Power, an Amateur Athletic Union basketball club, is seeking talented players for its boys 17-year-old team based in Marlboro. Tryouts will be held in March. For information, please call Chris at 566-3697. The Middlesex County Over-50 Softball League is accepting applications from individuals wishing to play in 2000. The organization runs a… Continue reading Untitled

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Holiday displays will remain banned in S.B. A majority of residents speaking during the public session asked the council to vote the resolution down. Human Relations Commission member Martin Abschutz reported that the panel is still opposed to allowing the displays. "We don’t want South Brunswick to be another case to come before the courts,"… Continue reading Untitled

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Be sure to stay tuned T he South Brunswick Township Council has spoken. There will be no religious holiday displays on township property. Not surprisingly, it was not a unanimous decision. In fact, two of the three council members who voted not to change the present township policy prohibiting them originally seemed to favor the… Continue reading Untitled

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No. Brunswick ready for kindergarten registration The North Brunswick Board of Education will hold its kindergarten registration for children who will be 5 years old on or before Oct. 1. The schedule is as follows: March 20, Livingston Park School; March 20 and 21, Judd School; March 21 and 22, John Adams School; and March… Continue reading Untitled

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Rubenstein gets revenge at Region 5 Raider wrestler avenges loss to SBHS’s Fidacaro, der=0 bgcolor=”#D0D0D0″> Dan Rubenstein of North Brunswick Township High School locks up with Piscataway’s Joe Mastrogiovanni at the Super Regions at Red Bank High School in Little Silver on Tuesday. Rubenstein won the match 5-4. heads to state tourney T he 1999-2000… Continue reading Untitled

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Proposed state law would cancel school boards I wish to bring to your attention a situation that has occurred in the state Legislature. Assemblyman Peter Barnes (D-18th) and Assemblywoman Barbara Buono (D-18th) have reintroduced their bill, ACR 28, to fund public education 100 percent. The state currently funds 43 percent. For the fiscal year 1999-2000,… Continue reading Untitled

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Coach pleased with team’s effort during hoop season By dan miller ALLENTOWN — The Allentown High School girls basketball team saw its 1999-2000 season come to an end March 2 with a loss to Ewing in the first round of the Central Jersey Group III state tournament. But the Redbirds and their coaches, led by… Continue reading Untitled

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Reliance on property taxes will hit homeowners hard I t’s been some time since taxpayers in Millstone Township have seen a significant one-year hike in the local school tax rate, but that good news streak will end this year. The Millstone Board of Education’s proposed budget for 2000-01 carries a 14-cent increase, and there doesn’t… Continue reading Untitled