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Rutgers Activists March Through City and Teach Next Generation How to Organize
Livingston Elementary Principal Suspended February 2 For Reasons Unknown
Firm Charged NBHA $201,844 Since 2015, Exceeding Budget For Four Straight Years
As Construction Proceeds in Lobby, Private Security Company Orders No Photography
Three Incumbents Will Face Four Challengers in Race For Three School Board Seats
With Union Contracts Nearing Their End, Faculty Members Call For Negotiations
Marquise Prather Reproduced "Intimate Photos and Videos" He Found by Illegally Searching The Phones of Women During Traffic Stops
Associate Director Michelle Wilson Takes Over as Executive Director
Brunswick-Based Company Has "Home Field Advantage" in Middlesex County Trial
David Pressler's Ambient Album "Sound of Home" Features Audio From Hub City
Woman Claims Male Colleagues in Same Position Paid Far More Due to Discrimination
Historian: 1918 Flu Outbreak Was "Most Deadly Single Event Ever Recorded"
Man Convicted of South Brunswick Murder Will Be Eligible For Parole in 15 Years
Ed Spencer Falsely Claimed District Tested Water "Annually... For The Past 10 Years"
Judge Flynn Presided Over His Trial Before Recusing Herself From Subsequent Case
Former Officials Including Head Coach, Assistant Coach, and Team Doctor Blamed
Lazos America Unida Hosting Legal Services, Health Programs, and Cultural Events
One Firm Charged NBHA More Than Five Times Their Entire Legal Budget Last Year
ICE Crackdowns Targeting Indonesian Community Lead to Ruling Protecting Them
Officer Anthony Jones and Four Others Face Criminal Charges For "Bar Fight"
Senator's Friend Awaits Sentencing on Separate Charges of Defrauding Medicare
Activists Face Criminal Charges For Protest That Shut Down Rutgers Board Meeting
New Green Roof Structure Set to Open For Business Later This Year
Under Pressure From This Newspaper, Application Deadline Extended to March 5
Anthony Vignuolo and Leonard Bier Replaced in Jobs Representing City Agencies
Thomas Canales Found Guilty of Exposing Himself to Kids and Other Sex Crimes
16-Year-Old NBHS Student Arrested After Gun Photo Led to Lockdown
MCPO Also Filed Charges of Insurance Fraud, Money Laundering, Tampering, and Perjury Against Piscataway Couple That Owns Road Runner Bail Bonds
190 Years After Being Freed, Sojourner Truth's Name Appears on Rutgers Dorm
Ann Marie McCarthy Arrested in December on Charges She Defrauded Horizon
NJ State Police: 16-Year-Old Used Vehicle to Make Traffic Stops and Rob Victims
Jahmmel Cephas Ineligible For Parole Until 2062 Under "No Early Release Act"
Department of Agriculture: "These Products Should be Thrown Away or Returned"
For The First Time in Years, NBHA Takes Preliminary Applications For Public Housing
In Bad Weather, New Brunswick and Perth Amboy Open Warming Shelters
"Major Gang" Blamed For Some Shootings, But Not The Killing of 25-Year-Old
Fraternity Members Deny Charges, Admit to Being Targeted in Separate Investigation
Lawsuit: Jail's Negligence Contributed to 25-Year-Old Woman's Suicide
Students Now Have Option to Pursue 18-Credit Minor in "Critical Intelligence Studies"
MCPO: Double-Dipping Battalion Chief Simultaneously Charged City and County
Roshni Rides Project Brings Accessibility and Dignity to Displaced Refugees
Sheiff's Office Asked For Help Creating Three Coloring Books With Safety Tips
Donnell Cook Awaits Extradition to New Jersey and Sentencing For His Crime
Disgraced Franklin Township Resident Convicted of Demanding Cash and Sex From Undocumented Immigrants Who He Placed on Temporary Protected Status Docket
Craig Coughlin Takes Over For Vincent Prieto in Key Role Leading House
Ancient Artifacts on Display at Free Event on Rutgers' Main Campus
$2.5 Billion "Riverton" Plan a Joint Venture of PGIM and North American Properties
Luther Lewis Pled Guilty to Scheme That Quickly Sold Cars Bought With Bad Checks
Feds Prosecuted Co-Owner and President of Bayway Lumber, Along With His Salesman
County Administrator John Pulomena Takes Responsibility For Botched Appointment
Yirgu Wolde Threatened Our Editor After a Raucous Housing Authority Meeting
Yirgu Wolde Threatened Our Editor After a Raucous Housing Authority Meeting
Yirgu Wolde Threatened Our Editor After a Raucous Housing Authority Meeting
Yirgu Wolde Threatened Our Editor After a Raucous Housing Authority Meeting
Yirgu Wolde Threatened Our Editor After a Raucous Housing Authority Meeting
Democracy Now's Juan Gonzalez Joined Rutgers Faculty in 2017
Anna Marie Gewirtz Quietly Leaves Top Job She Assumed in August
MCDO Chairman Kevin McCabe Takes Coveted Seat Powerful Public Agency's Board
"Civics For The Community Series" Educates Residents About How Government Works
Ethicon Subsidiary Loses Second Vaginal Mesh Case in New Jersey Superior Court
Hearing Officer Orders Unusual Arrangement For Mayor Reiman's Indicted Brother
Middlesex County's Policy on Detainer Requests Has Been Criticized by ICE
One Big Reason Sewer Bills Have Gotten More Expensive Was $5 Million MCUA Paid to Settle Case Last Year After Blowing $7.6 Million on Politically-Connected Lawyers
US and Canadian Authorities Won't Comment on Potential Extradition of Suspect
Miguel Garrido Accused of Smoking Marijuana With His Victim As Well
US Gulf Coast and Many Carribbean Islands Were Devastated by Hurricanes in 2017
Wife Reportedly Yelled He Was a "Manipulative Monster" at Sentencing
Small Town's Former Recreation Director Convicted on 20 Criminal Counts by Jury
Altercation Escalated After Group Was Denied Entry to Fraternity-Sorority Event
Violation of Federal Standard Prompts Consumer Product Safety Commission Recall
New Brunswick Detective Was Also Injured While Chasing a Suspect on Foot
Brandon Cox Admitted to Kidnapping a Nine-Month-Old Baby and Sexually Assaulting The Mother in a Basement on Harper Street Last February
MCPO Claimed Cops "Revived" Arrestee When They Really Used Pepper Spray on Him
Thomas Sokolowski Promises Positive Change For Local Art Museum
Police Admit to Arresting and Using Force Against Daniel Nagahama in His Final Hours
Rutgers' Mettler Hall Dormitory Was Scene of Creepy Crime Against Student
Police Still Finishing Investigation Into Woman's Claim She Was Profiled on July 25
City and Insurance Fund Paid Lawyers Over $1 Million Before Settling Case For $172K
City and Insurance Fund Paid Lawyers Over $1 Million Before Settling Case For $172K
Company Wants to Accelerate "Development of Breakthrough Medical Technologies"
MCPO: Nicholas Poliseno Used Memorial Fund to Gamble in Atlantic City
Sentence of 30 Years or More Expected For Killing of Alicia Martinez-Izaguirr
Consumer Finds Small Piece of Yellow Plastic in Chocolatey Chip Flavor Protein Bars
Dale Caldwell Also Falsely Accused New Brunswick Today of Illegally Recording Him
Dale Caldwell Also Falsely Accused New Brunswick Today of Illegally Recording Him
Located in The City's Oldest Commercial Building, Restaurant Will Close December 23
Born and Raised Hub City Resident Trains Everyday at Local Boxing Gym
"Happy To Be Home," Reddy Brings USA and International Coaching Experience
Popular NYC-Based Pizza Chain Set to Open Five New Jersey Franchises
Facing Decades Behind Bars, Andres Minaya Paid Bribe Intended For City Employee
Local Races in South River and South Amboy Are Still Too Close to Call
Number of Registered Voters in Downtown District Has Almost Doubled Since 2004
NBHA Still Has Not Held a Public Meeting Since Devastating Audit Was Released
WoW Owners Started "Jersey Strong" Nonprofit Before Renaming Chain After It
Deal With Middlesex County Joint Health Insurance Fund Questioned by Union
Cops: Jay Picerno Masturbated in Public in One of Four Criminal Incidents
"Comic In A Day" Competitors Produce a 24-Page Comic Book in 24 Hours
AMC Loews Hosts Festival Honoring Jewish History, Heritage, and Culture
HUD Seeks to Penalize NBHA With Funding Cuts After Questioning $1.4 Million Spent