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Rutgers Students Will See Tuition Jump by 2.4%, Student Fees by 1.9%, and Room & Board by 2.4%
July 16, 2015
Mark Lavenberg Leaves South Jersey Job to Head NB Water Utility For $107K/Year
July 15, 2015
Federal Proposal Similar to State Policy in Tennessee and New Law Passed in Oregon
July 13, 2015
Education Officials Promise NJ Will Not Venture Far From Common Core Standards
July 11, 2015
NJ Governor Promises to Bring "Strong Leadership and Decisiveness” to Oval Office While Protesters Chant "Christie Must Be Stopped!" Outside
July 9, 2015
Mayor Cahill "Still Researching" Issue, But His Running Mates Rebecca Escobar and Kevin Egan Come Out in Support of Giving Paid Days to All Workers in New Brunswick
June 30, 2015
Planning Board Members Deadlocked on DEVCO-Backed Plan For 52-Unit Building, Developer Came Back With Much Smaller Plan That Won Community Support
June 30, 2015
Like Other Commissioners, Andrea Eato-White Gets Free Parking at NBPA Facilities
June 30, 2015
NBHS Graduation Ceremony Also Honored Outgoing Superintendent Richard Kaplan
June 25, 2015
Director of Virginia-Based Power Company Could Be Next Member of Powerful Board
June 25, 2015
Jennifer Hunt Returns to Teach at Rutgers After Holding Positions at Labor and Treasury Departments Under Obama Administration
June 22, 2015
Close Ally of New Brunswick Mayor Hired Shortly After Retiring From Trenton PD
June 22, 2015
One Recovery High School Opened on Campus of Kean University in Union Township
June 18, 2015
Aubrey Johnson Hired by City School District to 3-Year Deal That Pays $177,500 Per Year
June 18, 2015
Officials Were Unusually Quiet About Where They Were Heading on a Charter Bus
June 18, 2015
Public Schools Are The Most Popular Choice For Parents, But They Face Challenges
June 15, 2015
A Comprehensive List of Every Neighborhood, Apartment Building, or Other Development in Hub City
June 15, 2015
Board of Education Will Select a Replacement For John Krenos at Next Meeting
June 13, 2015
Tenure Decisions Now Tied to New Ratings System
June 13, 2015
Anthony Barber, a Former Trenton Cop Once Assigned to Be Driver For Mayor Palmer, Refused to Confirm He's Working For New Brunswick Police Department Once Again
June 9, 2015
66 Students Opt-Out of May Testing, After Only 19 Students Opted Out in March
June 8, 2015
Downtown Blocks Evacuated as Firefighters Battle Blaze at Historic Post Office
June 1, 2015
Defense Department 1033 Program Provides Surplus Military Equipment to Local Police
May 31, 2015
BPU Vote Means That Company Can Hike Rates 36% on New Jerseyans Until 2020 When Price Regulations Would End
May 23, 2015
New Brunswick Was Sued and Now Wants to Institute New Ordinances That Do Not Have Support From Organization That Helped Sue to Overturn Them
May 20, 2015
Half of Plant Forced Offline For Hours Due to a "Chemical Feed Issue" Over Weekend
May 20, 2015
Rutgers Has Dodged Questions About Employment Status of Police Officer Recruit Grace Stewart For Over a Week
May 19, 2015
May 20 Deadline For Disposal Program Set Up in Response to Controversial Proposal
May 19, 2015
City Says Private Water Company Accepted Blame For DEP Violations, But Company Says That Would Have to Be Reviewed and Discussed
May 16, 2015
Sources: Alexei Walus Remains Employed With City Despite Using N-Word on The Job
May 15, 2015
John Krenos Leaves Board of Education, Creating Opening For Board to Appoint a Temporary Replacement
May 13, 2015
Latino Organizations Across NJ Voice Strong Disapproval After Governor Joins Lawsuit Against President's Order Protecting Millions From Deportation
May 11, 2015
Middlesex County Prosecutor Andrew Carey Calls Judge Dennis Nieves' Ruling a "Slap in The Face of The Public Trust"
May 11, 2015
At City Council Meeting, Public Can Ask Questions and Make Comments on $80 Million Budget and Proposed Capital Improvement Projects
May 6, 2015
"The Aspire" Received $4.8M in Sandy Relief Funds, Along With Over $60M in Government Loans, and Millions More in Tax Credits
May 4, 2015
County Clerk and Two Seats on the Freeholder Board Are Up For Election
May 4, 2015
Former Middlesex Co. Utilities Authority Treasurer/Comptroller Margaret Brennan Has Thus Far Avoided Jail Thanks to Retirement of Judge Ferencz
May 1, 2015
Christie Takes Questions From Press For First Time in Months, Critics of Police Brutality Seize on Decision to Send 150 State Police Officers to Baltimore
April 29, 2015
No Contract Exists Between Rutgers and Verificient Technologies, Yet Students Still Pay $32 Fee to Company For Online Test-taking Software
April 26, 2015
Independent Store Owner Affiliated With Staten-Island-Based "Key Food" Supermarket Chain Aims to Re-open Downtown Market in September
April 24, 2015
Democratic Senator Bob Menendez Allegedly Misused Power in Exchange For Gifts
April 21, 2015
One-Way Train Ticket From New Brunswick To New York Would Cost More Than $14
April 21, 2015
Three School Board Incumbents Seek to Keep Their Seats, But Face No Opposition
April 21, 2015
Aubrey Johnson Set to Become Next Superintendent of Schools in New Brunswick
April 21, 2015
New Bike Lanes on Suydam and Remsen, Three Ciclovia Events Scheduled For 2015
April 18, 2015
Moody's Downgrades Credit Rating Citing Increasingly Underfunded Pension System
April 18, 2015
City Notifies Public of Disinfection Failures, Monitoring Errors Over Four Months Later
April 17, 2015
With Rumors of Indictments Looming, NJ Gov. Hasn't Given Up Presidential Ambitions
April 15, 2015
In Apparent Conflict of Interest, Bob Barchi Makes $639,495 in Cash and Stock After Recent Sale of Company That Does Business With Rutgers
April 12, 2015