SAYREVILLE, NJ—Local elections were a mixed bag in Middlesex County, with an array of blowouts, dozens of seats going uncontested, but also many close races and even some votes that are still too close to call. Thirteen of the 25 towns in Middlesex County held Mayoral elections on November 5.
PISCATAWAY, NJ–Rutgers University men’s basketball team won its first game of the season on November 7, defeating Bryant University 73-71. While other teams are mired in controversy and without a clear future, the men’s basketball coach is hoping to win enough of the next 29 games to bring the team
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ–Comedian Bassem Youssef will be performing his one-man show at the Stress Factory comedy club in downtown starting at 7:30pm on November 7. The show will run through November 9, with two shows each on Friday and Saturday at 7:30pm and 9:45pm. Youssef performed an award-winning satirical news
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ–Hospitals are required to host public meetings at least once a year where their Chief Executive Officer (CEO), and at least a quarter of their board members, including the Chairman, face the public. Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital (RWJUH) in New Brunswick will host its annual meeting on
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—On Friday, the New Brunswick High School (NBHS) Zebras football team was 4-0 before losing to North Brunswick that night. But by Tuesday, media outlets were reporting that the Zebras were now 0-5 after accusations that the team used an ineligible player, turning their season upside-down. Greater Middlesex
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—A state grand jury indicted a suspended Water Utility employee and two Hub City landlords on September 16. It’s just the latest big news that authorities have been keeping under wraps as their widening investigation into a half-million dollar city government scheme continues. The indictments accuse the suspended
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—It can be hard to keep track of all the plans for new developments in New Brunswick, but we are going to try. Technical meeting agendas released to the public for the first time offer a new window into the city’s development pipeline, and an advance look at