Week in Review: Charlie Brown's Reopening in March, Police K9 Demos Drug Sniffing
A review of the week's top stories.
Video: Hightstown Police K9 Demos Drug Sniffing at School Assembly
Over a hundred fifth grade students piled into the Walter C. Black Elementary School gym Friday for a demonstration by Hightstown police. Police Officer Frank Marchione and his K9 partner, Niko, showed students how the police dog works by hiding a bag of marijuana under one of three cones and, on command, Niko sniffed out the drugs.
Cranbury Budget Proposes 1.5-Cent Tax Increase
Cranbury residents will face a 1.5-cent increase in taxes this year if the 2012 budget proposed at Monday’s township committee meeting passes.
Charlie Brown's Anticipates March 12 Reopening in East Windsor
New décor, added booths and new menu items is what diners should expect when they visit Charlie Brown’s Steakhouse in East Windsor, according to a manager.
Cranbury's Brainerd Lake Dam Repairs Moving Forward
Brainerd Lake dam in Cranbury will get long overdue repairs, with bids requests for the project being planned for the fall.
East Windsor Eligible for More Than $35K in Race to the Top Funding
The East Windsor Regional School District is among 372 school districts in New Jersey eligible for $19 million in Race to the Top grant funds, according to a state Department of Education news release.