East Brunswick: A Week In Review

Sarah Salvadore
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EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ — Miss any headlines in East Brunswick? Patch's week in review has got you covered for the neighborhood's top news.

East Brunswick Artist Delighted To Feature In Public Art Project

If you happen to visit the Metuchen Public Library Art Gallery, you'll come across artwork from Dominique Brancato. A resident of East Brunswick, Brancato was selected to participate in the fourth annual "Windows of Understanding" public art project.

East Brunswick Hosts First COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic At New Site

People stood patiently in a long line outside the Community Arts Center in East Brunswick on Thursday, as the site opened for the first time to vaccinate individuals.

East Brunswick Councilman Sworn Into State Assembly

East Brunswick Councilman Sterley Stanley became the first South Asian from Middlesex County to be sworn into the state assembly on Wednesday.

'Be Transparent' Ahead of Reopening, Says East Brunswick Schools

As East Brunswick School District prepares to bring back students in the hybrid program for in-person learning, Superintendent Victor Valeski has asked families to be "transparent" with COVID-19 diagnosis.

East Brunswick Mayor Launches New Campaign For Unity

East Brunswick Mayor Brad Cohen has launched a campaign for unity in the township called 'Count To 10.' The campaign, inspired by President Joe Biden's call for unity in his inaugural address, hopes to discourage people from posting derogatory and inflammatory remarks on social media.

This article originally appeared on the East Brunswick Patch