NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—According to a press release, Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan announced that the county's gun surrender program had collected 311 guns in New Brunswick last weekend.

The program offers residents $80 for each operable handgun and $150 for each operable assault weapon with no questions asked.

The weapons were dropped off by residents on April 21 and April 22, at Sacred Heart Parish Hall on Commercial Avenue in New Brunswick.

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—While the mayor of 21 years hasn't yet announced whether he will seek a seventh-term in the city's highest office in 2014, that hasn't kept him from raising funds for the campaign already.

Cahill filed with New Jersey's Election Law Enforcement Commision (ELEC) to declare contributions towards his 2014 campaign for the Democratic nomination for mayor.

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ — Police are after two men accused of acts of sexual assualt in separate incidents on the same evening, according to a report on MyCentralJersey.com.

The first instance occurred in the afternoon on High Street when a 22-year-old girl was attacked by unidentified assailant. He pushed her to the ground and began touching her inappropriately, according to the report.

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—Harold Williams, 60, bakery delieveryman from Eastampton, NJ, was arrested on April 20 for taking inappropriate pictures of a 15 year old girl in the RiteAid pharmacy on George Street.

Williams was formerly a corrections officer at Mid-State County Correctional Facility, according to a report on New Brunswick's Patch.com.

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—Money came in from corporations, developers, lawyers, engineers, consultants, and contractors, many that do business with the government, then it was transferred to political campaigns.

And that's pretty much all that happened at New Brunswick's "Women For Good Government," one of ten bare-bones fundraising operations in New Jersey that have been linked to the Middlesex County Democratic Organization and two state legislators in recent news reports.

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—After a tense four-hour Planning Board meeting last month, one of the city's biggest property owners and developers unanimously recieved the board's approval for their latest redevelopment project.

At 135 Somerset Street, Boraie Development plans to demolish eight homes and build a luxury apartment building that will be the one of the tallest in the city's Fifth Ward, second only to the company's other skyscraper, One Spring Street.

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