MIDDLESEX, NJ—At a town hall event on Tuesday, Governor Christie pledged to look into a controversial election held in New Brunswick this January, in response to a question posed by the editor of New Brunswick Today.

"Can you please promise me that you will look into this matter and ask your Attorney General's office to make sure that there weren't any laws violated in our first-ever historic school board election?" asked the author of this article.

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—The city's parking authority will begin enforcing alternate side parking regulations today, requiring drivers to park on only one side of certain streets for two hours at a time.

The regulations are meant to allow the Department of Public Works' street sweepers to go right up to the curb, but violators frequently end up in the way, leading to large numbers of parking tickets.

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