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Recreation Park Getting a Makeover This Year That Will Add Parking, Community Garden, and a Skate Park
February 20, 2013
Electric Car Charging Stations Coming Soon to Two Public Parking Garages
February 18, 2013
Anthony Barber, a Former City Cop, Replaces Newly-Elected City Councilman John Anderson
February 12, 2013
However, Those Parked on "Snow Emergency Routes" Will Be Towed
February 8, 2013
Boraie Could be First to Score a Long-Term Tax Abatement Since Mayor's Re-Election
February 5, 2013
Jury Convicted Emil Hanna and Emad Naguib of Official Misconduct, But Declined to Convict on Additional Charges
January 28, 2013
Barbara Buono Campaign Launch Event Scheduled for February 2 at NBHS
January 26, 2013
Two Candidates Supported by Existing Political Machinery Will Join Board of Education
January 22, 2013
Establishment Candidates Were Missing in Action, Unresponsive to All Communication
January 22, 2013
Middlesex County Clerk Elaine Flynn Accepted Petitions From Two Candidates for School Board Days After Advertised Deadline
January 17, 2013
New Brunswick Parking Authority Hopes to Fill up Two Recently-Built Decks By Phasing Out Older Garages
January 14, 2013
Bob Colonna Passed Away Dec. 20th, Leaving Behind Two Young Children
January 8, 2013
Meetings Are Open to The Public, and Include a Portion Where Anyone Can Ask Questions & Make Comments
January 7, 2013
City Council Named New President and Vice President, Doled Out Assignments, & Welcomed New Member John Anderson
January 7, 2013
NewBrunswickToday.com Celebrates Our First Year Covering the City We Love
December 30, 2012
Perez, a New Brunswick Resident, is Only the Second Latino to Serve on the Board of Governors in School History
December 19, 2012
Mayor Cahill Loses Power to Appoint Board of Education Members
November 29, 2012
Board of Election's Rejection of Provisional Ballots Challenged by "Vote Yes" Campaign
November 15, 2012
Thirteen Votes Separate YES and NO Camps with Over 6,000 Ballots Counted & Probably Hundreds More to Go
November 7, 2012
Elected School Board Alone Won't Fix District, But It's Step in Right Direction
November 6, 2012
Voters Likely to Approve $750M to Build New Facilities, Repair Existing Campus Buildings Across NJ
November 6, 2012
NB School Board Member Dale Caldwell was Mayor Tony Mack's Preferred Choice for Superintendent Before Mack's Arrest in September
November 5, 2012
Dewey Heights, Tov Manor, and other Communities Will Not Vote at Usual Place
November 5, 2012
Mayor's Campaign Gave 85% of Reported Funding to Ironically-Named "Committee to Keep Politics Out of Our Schools"
November 5, 2012
Many Areas of New Brunswick Remain Dark Tonight, as City Gas Stations Draw Huge Lines
November 2, 2012
City's New Water Director Started Job Two Weeks Ago
October 31, 2012
Two "Yes" or "No" Questions on Presidential Ballot Could Have Big Impact on Education in New Brunswick
October 2, 2012
Born & Raised Resident Attended Nearly Every New Brunswick City Council Meeting for Over a Decade
September 22, 2012
Another Year in a Warehouse for Redshaw Elementary Students, as State Slowly Begins Process of Replacing School it Tore Down in 2006
September 18, 2012
Jesse "The Body" Ventura Signed Copies of His New Book at City's New Barnes & Noble Bookstore
September 14, 2012
Series of Compromises Leaves RU-Camden Intact, UMDNJ to Largely Re-Join Rutgers
August 24, 2012
Court Says It Can't Punish Violation Because No Formal Action Was Taken
August 13, 2012
Parking Authority Will Also Move Their HQ to 6th Floor Office in Late September
August 2, 2012
The Nation's Leading News Agency Sued the NBPD to Secure Records and a Phone Call That Exposed NYPD Operation in Downtown Apartment Building
July 28, 2012
Increase Means In-State Students Will Pay Extra $318 For One Year of School; Housing & Meal Plans Increasing As Well
July 23, 2012
TK Shamy, an Assistant City Attorney, is Not Supposed to Be Receiving Pension Credits, According to the State Comptroller
July 19, 2012
Mayor Cahill's Office Employs Six Staff Members Who Will Share $382,727 This Year
July 19, 2012
State Investigation Reveals Prosecutors, Public Defender, & Other Attorneys For New Brunswick Are Accumulating Pension Credits Despite Being Ineligible For Pensions
July 18, 2012
Although Crucial $52M Tax Credit From NJ-EDA Remains Up in the Air, Developer Hopes to Start Work This Fall
July 9, 2012
One-Third of Properties on Industrial Road Owned By Elizabeth Garlatti's Husband
July 8, 2012
Spoke In Support of New Councilman Chosen to Replace Jimmie Cook, Jr.
July 8, 2012
Kevin Jones Resigned for Personal Reasons Last Year, And Has Been Under Investigation for Voter Fraud In Most Recent Election
July 1, 2012
On President Richard McCormick's Last Day in Office, Rutgers Announces Private Developer's Plan to Transform College Ave. with $52M in State Tax Credits
June 21, 2012
New Program is Thanks to Citizens Who Opposed a Law That Would Have Ended All Bulk Pick-ups From May 10 to June 10, When They Are Needed Most
May 24, 2012
Deborah Celey, Cahill's Appointee to the Zoning Board, also Served as Vice Chair of NBDO While Supervising Campaign Slush Fund "Women For Good Government"
May 2, 2012
Regulations Allow Candidates to Spend Campaign Cash on Virtually Anything From International Travel to Sports Tickets
April 30, 2012
State Recommends Baltimore Insurance Broker Francis X. Gartland Serve 15 Years in Prison for Scams that Stole Millions From Perth Amboy and Toms River Taxpayers
April 24, 2012
"Coalition for Government Efficiency" Chairman Admits His Organization Bypasses Pay-To-Play Laws Designed to Restrict Money's Influence in Local and State Politics
April 20, 2012
Joseph J. Spicuzzo was Indicted in 2011 for Selling Investigator Jobs at $25,000 a Piece in the Sheriff's Department he Ran for Three Decades
April 19, 2012