NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—Another one of the top leaders in the city's non-profit community is leaving their position, as Jeffrey Vega announced his departure as President of New Brunswick Tomorrow, a post he has held for fourteen years.

Vega, a 47-year-old resident of Monroe Township has run the non-profit since 2000, having worked there since 1993.

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UPDATE (11/5): As expected, Frank Pallone was re-elected to another two-year term in the US House of Representatives, thanks in part to strong support in urban areas like New Brunswick.  Pallone was the second-highest vote-getter in the Hub City, with 2,765 votes cast for him across the city on Election Day.

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—Longstanding Democratic Representative Frank Pallone is up for re-election this November 4.

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FREEHOLD, NJ—The New Brunswick High School Zebras football team shocked Freehold Township Patriots as they came from behind to win in overtime, bringing the team to 3-4 on the season.

The Zebras star running back Samad Davila helped lead the way as he carried the ball 24 times for 129 yards and 3 touchdowns. 

Although Davila was the games Most Valuable Player, Zebras Quarterback Trevon Blakey threw the game-winning 25-yard Touchdown pass to Maurice Ffrench in overtime.

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—After protests led to Rutgers University's graduation speaker, Condoleezza Rice to back out of the $35,000 job last spring, the university announced it will be making changes to the selection process.

A major complaint from protestors was the lack of democracy provided to the university community in the commencement speaker selection process.

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PRINCETON, NJ—The New Brunswick High School Class of 1974 celebrated the 40th anniversary of their graduation at a reunion held the evening of October 25 at the Princeton Marriott.

The class of '74 attended at a time when New Brunswick, Milltown and North Brunswick students all attended high school jointly.

New Brunswick was the only town of the three that had a high school.  Several alumni recalled the overcrowding, and how they had to attend school in split sessions.

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