NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—Workers at a downtown construction site were seen working hard until 10pm or later every night last week.  And many of the same workers were back at the site on Saturday and Sunday.

They are putting in the extra hours to ensure that the city's latest large-scale redevelopment project opens on time.  A FreshGrocer supermarket, the first of its brand in New Jersey, is slated to open November 2, according to officials.

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FAYETTEVILLE, AK—For the first time in nearly three years, the Associated Press poll of sportswriters has ranked Rutgers University's football team among the top 25 in the nation.

Coming in at #23, the Knights boast a 4-0 record in their first season since longtime head coach Greg Schiano surprisingly left the team for a job coaching professional football earlier this year.

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—In the first official statement on a car accident involving a Rutgers police vehicle, Rutgers University spokesman Greg Trevor said that the New Brunswick Police Department "is the investigating agency on the matter."

As we reported yesterday, a student was seriously injured after being struck by a Rutgers police car on College Avenue at 5:24pm Wednesday.

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—Students taking classes in Scott Hall said they could hear the screams of a Rutgers student injured by a Rutgers University Police Department vehicle while crossing College Avenue at approximately 5:24pm today.

Details are few and far between on the incident, and neither the victim nor the officer driving the car have been identified.

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—For the past six years, nearly 1,000 New Brunswick elementary school children have been taking classes inside of a 100,000 square foot industrial warehouse that New Brunswick politicians like to call a school.

And this year will be no different.

Referred to as the “swing space,” the warehouse at 20 Van Dyke Avenue has served as a "temporary" school while the city and state failed to keep up with overcrowding.

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