UPDATE: City spokesperson Jennifer Bradshaw confirmed that Joe Catanese was hired almost six months ago, on May 11, at a salary of $25,000.

"He works approximately seven hours a week strictly on OPRA documents. He was appointed by TK Shamy."

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—Joseph J. Catanese, an attorney who led the New Brunswick Police Department (NBPD) from 2000 to 2008, has joined the city's Law Department as an Assistant City Attorney.

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—Rutgers University Libraries launched a new project, dubbed "the New Brunswick Music Scene Archive," on October 22.

The library hopes the archive will help document local music history, which has been scattered and driven underground over the past few decades, but not forgotten.

"New Brunswick has been host to a vibrant musical community for such a long time," said Christie Lutz, the Head of Public Services at Rutgers Libraries.

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ–Saint Peter’s University Hospital on Easton Avenue released a new feature on its website on September 4.

The hospital’s new feature offers a wide variety of health-related lifestyle information for residents in the local area and beyond.

Known as the "Better Health Library," the resource can be found online at the hospital's website.

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