NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—A spokesman for longtime Mayor James Cahill confirmed for the first time last week that the mayor has been collecting a $99,735 annual pension since 2011.

In an unusual arrangement that would be illegal under today's laws, Cahill retired from a six-figure job with the county government on January 1, 2011, and promptly began collecting his pension while continuing to draw a salary from the city government he leads.

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UPDATE/CORRECTION (4:25PM): Friends of the victim have contacted New Brunswick Today to inform us that she was a transgender woman named Eyricka.  The Middlesex County Prosecutor's Office press release on which the following article is based referred to the deceased as a man named Evan.  We regret the error.

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—Eyricka Morgan, a 26-year-old city resident, was killed in a stabbing Tuesday night in a rooming house located at 180 Baldwin Street in the city's Second Ward.

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—Tonight, rapper A$AP Ferg will be headlining a show at the State Theater for Rutgers students and their guests at the historic State Theatre.

At least once a year, the Rutgers University Programming Association (RUPA) organizes and sponsors a concert nicknamed "Beats on the Banks."

Using student fees to help subsidize the event, RUPA has booked three popular hip hop recording artists: A$AP Ferg, Ab-Soul, and Joey BadA$$.

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—NBToday sat down with State Senator Barbara Buono, a candidate for Governor in the November 5 election, to discuss her views on important local, county, and state issues.

In the August 2 interview, Buono said she would be an ally for the middle-class and working poor of New Jersey, as well as students and the unemployed, if elected Governor.

"Where do I begin?" Senator Buono said when asked what makes her different than incumbent Chris Christie, who is running for a second term.

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—NBToday sat down with State Senator Barbara Buono, a candidate for Governor in the November 5 election, to discuss her connection to New Brunswick and her views on important local, county, and state issues.

In the August 2 interview, Buono said she had fond memories of her time as a public defender based in New Brunswick, and starting a private law practice in the Hub City.

"I love New Brunswick… Boy has it changed over the past twenty years," said Buono.

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