South Brunswick: A Week In Review

Sarah Salvadore

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

Woman Killed On Rt. 1 In Nor'easter Was Homeless, Living In Car

Ten months ago, Deborah Smick and her son George, were evicted from their North Brunswick apartment, forcing them to live in their car as the pandemic raged.

Fundraiser Created To Help Son Of Woman Killed on Rt.1

George Smick lost his mother Deborah on Dec. 15, just as a "massive" nor'easter was rolling into the state. After Deborah and George's story was published, a family friend set up a fundraiser to help George.

South Brunswick Helps Homeless Man Find Permanent Housing

George Smick, whose mother died on Route 1 during the nor'easter, has found permanent housing thanks to the generosity of the community.

Two South Brunswick Residents Die Of COVID; 70 New Cases Reported

Two South Brunswick residents — a woman in her 70s and a man in his 80s — died after testing positive for COVID-19, township manager Bernard Hvozdovic confirmed.

This article originally appeared on the South Brunswick Patch