Stroke of Creativity uses art to help people cope with life’s challenges

Brandywine Senior Living resident Alice Leach and A Stroke of Creativity owner Patty Lang work together on a ceramics project at the Monroe studio. Ten residents of Brandywine Senior Living in Princeton enjoyed an afternoon of ceramic painting in Monroe to express their creativity. The seniors were able to pick a sculpture from a large …

Holiday luncheon

PHOTO COURTESY OF JOHN FULLER VFW Post 9111 in Kendall Park served as the host to 15 veterans from the New Jersey Veterans Memorial Home in Menlo Park for a holiday luncheon on Dec. 13.

North Brunswick police sergeant locates ‘sleeping’ murder suspect

A North Brunswick police sergeant helped locate a man wanted in a double homicide investigation. On Dec. 11 at approximately 3:15 p.m., the Raritan Borough Police Department responded to 46 First Ave. in Raritan Borough on a report of concerns regarding the welfare of the occupants of the residence. The officers entered the residence and …

South Brunswick man charged in heroin death of teenager

SOUTH BRUNSWICK — A four-month investigation into the death of 19- year-old Talia Salzano has resulted in a suspect being charged. Daniel Guzman, 24, of South Brunswick, is charged with obstructing justice and tampering with evidence. Both are fourth degree indictable crimes, according to a statement prepared by the South Brunswick Police Department. The investigation …

North Brunswick fire marshal draws 6 months for fraud

By JENNIFER AMATO Staff Writer Former North Brunswick Fire Marshal Craig Snediker was sentenced to six months in prison, six months home confinement and three years supervised release after pleading guilty to embezzlement earlier this year. Snediker, 40, of Monroe Township, will also pay a fine of $3,000 and has already paid restitution in the …

Package theft a concern

By JENNIFER ORTIZ and KENNY WALTER Staff Writers STAFF PHOTGRAPHER ERIC SUCAR The theft of packages delivered to doorsteps is becoming a bigger problem as more and more people shop online for their Christmas gifts. Woodbridge Police Capt. Roy Hoppock said package theft has become a growing issue, and there are very few ways to …