North Brunswick kicks off the Holiday Season with the Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony

The holiday season kicked off on Monday, December 4 at the North Brunswick Township Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony before a capacity crowd at the Senior Center. From the excellent musical performances to the tree lighting and Santa and Mrs. Claus’ arrival in North Brunswick, it was a wonderful evening filled with festive joy! A special …

Social Security Announces 3.2 Percent Benefit Increase for 2024

Social Security and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits for more than 71 million Americans will increase 3.2 percent in 2024, the Social Security Administration announced today.  On average, Social Security retirement benefits will increase by more than $50 per month starting in January. More than 66 million Social Security beneficiaries will see the 3.2 percent …

North Brunswick honors Army veteran at Street Sign Ceremony

North Brunswick honored United States Army veteran Frederick F. Battaglia by dedicating Oakwood Place and Glenridge Avenue as Battaglia Way on Monday, October 2. Frederick was born in Glenwood, New Jersey in 1920 to Italian immigrants, and later moved to the Bronx, New York. Fred was the youngest of six children, four sisters and one …

North Brunswick honors 3 veterans at Street Sign Ceremonies

North Brunswick honored United States Navy veteran Matthew T. Rodakis by dedicating Cherokee Road and Cherokee Place as Rodakis Way and United States Army veteran Charles Piparo and United States Marine Corps veteran Harry J. Rossmann by dedicating Oak Road as Piparo Way and Rossmann Way on Monday, July 24. Please click on the links …

Family, friends, officials and colleagues remember Bob Hermes at Father’s Day Fishing Derby, rename event in his honor

Mayor Francis ‘Mac’ Womack, First Lady Carol Womack, Council President Rajesh Mehta, former Mayor Paul Matacera, colleagues and friends gathered at Boyd Ponds on Sunday, June 18 in memory of Bob Hermes, known to all as “Mr. Bob”. The Annual Township Fishing Derby had an official resolution read by Mayor Womack to rename the Fishing …
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