Bilingual Newspaper Now Available 24×7 on Streets of New Brunswick

UDPATE (12/30): New Brunswick Today's free print edition is now available at two additional locations in the city, Feaster Park (Throop Avenue & Handy Street), and Joyce Kilmer Park (Joyce Kilmer Avenue & Comstock Street).

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—New Brunswick Today, the city's only bilingual newspaper, is now available 24 h0urs a day, seven days a week at several locations throughout the city.

On December 22, four plastic newsboxes were deployed at key locations in the Fifth and Sixth Wards of the city, and eight more boxes are on their way to the streets of Middlesex County.

New Brunswick Today is the only publication in the area printed in both English and Spanish.

The first four locations to offer round-the-clock access to free copies of New Brunswick Today are:

  • Easton Avenue & Albany Street (New Brunswick Train Station)
  • George & Paterson Streets (7-11)
  • French Street & Jersey Avenue (Walgreen's)
  • Hamilton Street & Louis Street (Ale n' Wich)

Along with New Brunswick Today deploying outdoor boxes to many more locations throughout the city, select businesses will also host indoor racks over the next month.

NBToday's efforts to keep the residents of the Hub City informed are made possible by support from our advertisers, generous donations from our readers, and a special grant from the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation.

If you'd like to suggest a location for our outdoor newspaper boxes or indoor racks, please contact us at [email protected]

New Brunswick Today is also available by US mail for just $5 per month.  Sign up for a subscription and support independent news in our community.

Affordable advertising services are available to local businesses and organizations.  Call 732-993-9697 for more information.

Editor at New Brunswick Today | 732-993-9697 |

Charlie is the founder and editor of New Brunswick Today, and the winner of the Awbrey Award for Community-Oriented Local Journalism. He is a proud Rutgers University journalism graduate and a community organizer, and was an independent candidate for Mayor of New Brunswick in 2018.