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Andres Minaya, His Wife Jenny, and Nephew Randy Colon Charged in Alleged Fraud Scheme
February 7, 2015
Commission Plans Community Garden Tour For April 18 in Second Ward
February 6, 2015
Unlike Other New Brunswick Boards, Traffic Commission Meets During Business Day
February 5, 2015
Wright Died of Cardiac Arrest in Las Vegas, Nevada For Unknown Reasons
February 3, 2015
"Narcan" Nasal Spray Can Be Used by First Responders to Counteract Opiate Overdoses
February 3, 2015
Margaret Brennan Admitted to Stealing $57,000 in December, Has Not Been Jailed
February 3, 2015
Elijah's Promise One of Three Locations For Middlesex County "Point in Time" Survey
February 3, 2015
Five Powerful Men Make Some Major Decisions Six Stories Above The City
January 28, 2015
At Board of Education Meeting, Board Expected To Approve Resolution for a Special School District Election on March 10
January 28, 2015
City Prepares For Snowstorm, Schools and Rutgers University Declare Early Dismissals
January 26, 2015
Shortly After 3AM, Police Found Victim Near Brother Jimmy's on Easton Ave.
January 23, 2015
Group Meets Quarterly at HUB Teen Center, Includes Board of Ed Members, City Officials
January 21, 2015
Rutgers Building Damaged While First of Two Homes on Mine Street Taken Down, DEVCO and Construction Management Associates Moving Forward with Controversial Plans
January 21, 2015
DEVCO: Martini Bar, Onyx Barber Shop Will Be Offerred Retail Space in New Project
January 21, 2015
Commissioners Meet Monthly at City Hall, Seeking to Improve Environment of Hub City
January 20, 2015
Former Perth Amboy Law Director to Replace Retiring Judge Ferencz in Key Role
January 20, 2015
New Brunswick's Only Bilingual Newspaper is Growing Fast, But We Need Your Help
January 20, 2015
Public School System Serves 10,000 Kids, But Board Meetings Are Poorly Attended and Not Televised
January 19, 2015
Money Diverted From Lead Control Fund by Democratic and Republican Governors
January 17, 2015
At 7PM in City Hall, Board Will Hear Complaint Filed by NBToday Editor Against Planning Board Attorney Benjamin Bucca
January 15, 2015
Making Presidential Aspirations Clear, Christie Shuts Out Local and State Media From Briefing Prior to Speech
January 14, 2015
Efforts to Make Bi-State Agency Subject to Public Records Requests Conditionally Vetoed by NJ Governor Chris Christie, Signed Into Law by NY Governor
January 13, 2015
On January 13, New Brunswick Free Public Library Hosts Financial Success Workshop
January 13, 2015
Freeholders and Numerous Other County Agencies Hold Regular Public Meetings
January 11, 2015
Longtime City Attorney Bill Hamilton Goes One Step Further Into Retirement, Mayor's Office Does Not Release Salary Information For Either Lawyer
January 9, 2015
Since May Crash Involving NB Fire Director, Governments Have Shrunk Some Sections of The Road From Four Lanes to Two
January 8, 2015
Once Site of New Brunswick's High School, Old Redshaw School Torn Down in 2006
January 6, 2015
Court Affirmed PERC Ruling That Town and Union Must Continue Arbitration in Dispute Over Firefighters Who Are Also EMT's
January 6, 2015
Construction Management Associates Plans to Demolish Two Homes This Month, Around Time of Hearing on Proposed 52-Unit Apartment Building
January 6, 2015
Bi-monthly Public Meetings Are Videotaped and Made Available Online, Unclear If They Will Be on Cable TV in 2015
January 5, 2015
Fellow Councilman John Anderson Says He Expects Egan Will Ascend to Presidency, Replacing His Running Mate Rebecca Escobar, Who Has Led Council Since 2013
January 4, 2015
Police Responded to General Plastics Supply at 322 Seaman Street After Reported Armed Robbery
January 4, 2015
Long Before the Rutgers Bus System and Route 18, Trolleys Connected New Brunswick Neighborhoods to Major Cities of NJ
January 4, 2015
Sale Marks End of Era For City's Oldest Parking Deck, Set to Close For Good Feb. 1
January 3, 2015
Official From Edison Had to Miss Swearing-In Ceremony to Second Term as Freeholder
January 3, 2015
Average Family to Pay Extra $238 Over Next Three Years Due to 15+% Rate Increase, Partly to Pay For Controversial Water Deal
January 3, 2015
Longest Serving Mayor in City History Has Been in Office 24 Years, Since 1991
January 1, 2015
68-Year-Old Freehold Resident Admitted to Stealing Funds from Her Employer
December 31, 2014
Christie Nominates Out-of-State Democrats Who Worked For Harry Reid and Rahm Emanuel, Both Approved Despite Being Absent From Confirmation Hearing
December 31, 2014
Clerk For Bradley Ferencz Confirms He Will Retire at End of January 2015
December 31, 2014
Govs. Christie and Cuomo Propose Alternative Reforms While Vetoing Bills Passed By State Legislatures
December 29, 2014
ACLU Says City Laws Needlessly Criminalize Poverty and Restrict Freedom of Speech
December 26, 2014
NBToday Rolling Out Newspaper Boxes and Racks Throughout Middlesex County
December 23, 2014
Rutgers Eagleton Institute Poll Puts Clinton Ahead 49%-39% Among Likely NJ Voters
December 23, 2014
Red Light Cameras Across The State Will No Longer Issue Tickets
December 17, 2014
Lester Voorhees Told NBPD Officers He Was a Vice Principal When He Was Pulled Over in Parking Lot
December 17, 2014
Sandy Funding For Luxury Building, Grease Trucks Eviction Among Our Most Popular
December 12, 2014
RU Board of Trustees Will Gradually Shrink From 59 Members to Just 41
December 11, 2014
Middlesex County Lawyers Agreed to Pay $325,000 to Estate of Humberto Alfonso, Who Died in Jail
December 11, 2014