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NJ Legislative Leaders Strike Deal For 2016 Ballot Question to Expand Gambling to Two More Cities Beyond Atlantic City, Despite Increasing Out-of-State Competition
January 12, 2016
Apartment Catches Fire Near Intersection of Redmond and Throop
January 10, 2016
Outgoing Leader Richard Pucci Was Only One to Ever Hold It Since Its Creation in 1991
January 6, 2016
Council President Kevin Egan Fined After Failing to Disclose One of His Rental Properties in the Buccleuch Park Neighborhood
December 30, 2015
City Council Approves Kevin McTernan For Another Five Years on Powerful New Brunswick Parking Authority Board of Commissioners
December 30, 2015
Six Employees Were Honored at November 17 Board of Education Meeting
December 26, 2015
Jumbotron Facing City Train Station Can Be Seen From Across The Raritan River
December 23, 2015
Elizabeth Garlatti Was Only Councilperson to Vote Against the Legislation
December 18, 2015
Notorious Politician Approved For Release Under Intensive Supervision Program
December 17, 2015
Two Years After Being Suspended For Multi-Year Coverup, New Brunswick's Former Chief Water Treatment Plant Operator Ed O'Rourke Admits Guilt in Plea Deal
December 17, 2015
$1.2 Million Effort to Re-assess The Value of Every Property in Hub City Scheduled For 2016, New Numbers Would Affect Taxes Starting in 2017
December 16, 2015
In Cooperation with Rutgers' Big Chill 5k, NBHA Gave Away Hundreds of Toys
December 15, 2015
Some Community Organizations Cite Shortfalls with City's Proposed Ordinance
December 15, 2015
One Firefighter Was Suspended Three Months, Another Forfeited a Shift's Pay, and a Third Has Now Been Suspended Indefinitely After Being Charged With Fraud and Theft
December 12, 2015
23-Year-Old Woman From Lawrenceville Becomes Third Person This Year to Commit Suicide From a City Parking Deck
December 11, 2015
Chairs Purchased Through State Contract Are Destined For Police Headquarters
December 9, 2015
NBPA Board Member Andrea Eato-White Topped List of Overtime Payments at NBHA, Pulling Down Almost One Fifth of Agency's $35K in OT Spending Through September
December 2, 2015
NBFD Employees Wore Pink T-Shirts in October to Benefit The Sisters Network
December 2, 2015
Margaret Brennan Pleaded Guilty to Stealing $57,000 From The Public, Her Pension Will Be Slightly Smaller Because of The Thefts
November 30, 2015
Ordinance Requires Employers Offer 40 Hours of Paid Sick Time Per Year For Fulltime Workers, 24/Year For Part-Time Workers
November 30, 2015
New Brunswick Landlord Paul Cano Has Not Been Sentenced Almost Two Years After He Was Arrested as Part of NJ State Police Takedown of Drug and Gun Sales Network
November 30, 2015
Despite Pallone's Efforts, Gov. Christie Still Has Not Followed Through with 2010 Sustainable Energy Deal
November 30, 2015
New Brunswick Zoning Board Granted Several Approvals Earlier to Hospital in May
November 23, 2015
John Muller Also Admitted to Harassing The Woman's Eight-Year-Old Grandson
November 20, 2015
NJ-HMFA Employee Yirgu Wolde Ascends to Chairman, Dale Caldwell Gets Vice Chair, Frank Simpson and Cesar Ovando Replace Departed Members
November 18, 2015
Borough Mayor Participates in Swearing-In Ceremony for Canine Mayor "Lincoln"
November 17, 2015
Boraie Development's One Spring Street Highrise in New Brunswick Never Registered as a "Multiple Dwelling" Building With State
November 8, 2015
Crossroads and George Street Playhouse Would Be Demolished Under County Plan to Spend $18 Million on Three Arts Projects
November 6, 2015
37-Year Veteran of Edison Force Reportedly Retired Amid a Battle With Cancer, Authorities Say He Used Up His Sick Days While Working at Menlo Park Mall
November 5, 2015
Edward Spencer Replaces Mike Blackwell in Important Role
November 3, 2015
Pilot Program Extended Through November After Computer Glitch
October 28, 2015
NBPD Confirms Death of Woman They Say Jumped From Downtown Garage
October 20, 2015
Hub City Resident Marnie McKoy Hired to Key Role: Director of Human Resources
October 19, 2015
Young Local Artists Compete for Cover of 2016 MCIA Brochure
October 15, 2015
Federal Government to Auction Off Parts of Ocean Near Atlantic City on November 9
October 14, 2015
Mayor James Cahill Expected to Sign Off on Deal With PBA 23 and 23A Unions, Continuing Annual Raises For Officers
October 10, 2015
Sheriff Millie Scott Received a Suspicious Package, Causing an Evacuation
October 7, 2015
Mike Blackwell Left Recreation Director Job on August 31 to Lead "First Tee"
October 6, 2015
Storm Upgraded to Category 4 Hurricane, As It Heads Toward New Jersey
October 2, 2015
Dewberry Engineering Presented Four Alternatives to Current Dangerous Layout at a Community Meeting in August
September 29, 2015
With Winter Approaching, Government Encourages Organizations to Host Food Drives
September 29, 2015
Days After He Was Charged With Assault and Suspended From His Job as Middlesex County Sheriff's Officer, Neil Raciti Gets Busted on Weapons Charge
September 29, 2015
Report: Rutgers-UMDNJ Merger Left University With Over $110 Million in Debt
September 29, 2015
Radazz Hearns Was Shot Seven Times by State Police and Mercer County Sheriff's Officers Who Still Have Not Been Identified to Public
September 29, 2015
Greg Schiano Was Founding Board Member of Middlesex Co. Crime Stopppers, Inc.
September 28, 2015
Ferren Parking Deck Has Been Closed and Awaits an Environmental Investigation
September 27, 2015
In Victory For Activists, Mayor Cahill's Administration Decides Not to Renew Contract With NJ American Water When It Expires on September 30
September 24, 2015
5-2 Decision Overturns Court's Precedent, Restoring Standards That Were in Place From 1981-2009
September 24, 2015
Middlesex County's Multi-Million Bike Project Leads to Unintended Traffic Snarls
September 22, 2015