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  • Photo Credit: Rutgers University

    NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—The Rutgers Club, a restaurant closely intertwined with campus culture, has relocated from its longtime home in New Brunswick to a new location in Piscataway.

    As the Club celebrated its 60th birthday with donations from alumni, including a generous gift from the class of 1957--the year the club was founded--plans were moving forward to demolish the building the club has resided in since its beginning.

  • Photo Credit: Highland Park Borough Hall

    UPDATE: Due to inclement weather, both events have been postponed until Tuesday, August 8.

    HIGHLAND PARK, NJ—On August 2, Highland Park will be hosting a chalk art festival at 5pm on South 3rd Street between Raritan Avenue and Magnolia Street.

  • Photo Credit: NJ Dept. of Environmental Protection

    NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—The drought warning for several New Jersey counties, in effect since October 2016, has been lifted.

    According to an April 12 press release from the NJ Department of Environmental Protection (NJ-DEP), winter and early spring precipitation has resulted in “steady improvements in our drought indicators for most of the state."