NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—Elaine Flynn, an Old Bridge resident serving in her fifth term as the elected Middlesex County Clerk, will be speaking at the community room of the city's public library, located at 60 Livingston Ave., on June 22 at 5pm.

"The meeting will commence with a lecture by Elaine Flynn, Middlesex County Clerk," reads an announcement from the Friends of the Public Library.  The remarks will focus on the topic, “Elections: The Importance of Your Vote.”

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ–On April 22, Rutgers quietly paid $300,000 in funds obtained from students and taxpayers to settle a federal lawsuit filed against it, and several of its employees, back in December 2013.

The lawsuit was brought by Derrick Randall, a learning disabled basketball player who claimed that the university's former head basketball coach "chronically and heinously targeted and abused [him], both physically and psychologically."

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—The city government renewed two contracts with its insurance brokers, Aetna and Cigna, and the two brokers who manage the deal, including one who recently changed their name and another known for frequently donating to Democrats.

Business & Government Insurance Agency (BGIA), and Public Synergies Group were the brokers awarded contract renewals at the June 1 City Council meeting.

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SAYREVILLE, NJ–​Middlesex County Prosecutor Andrew Carey announced on June 13 that a 20-year-old man had been arrested and charged with murder in the fatal shooting of his father three days earlier.

Vishal Shah, age 20, also faces charges of unlawful possession of the weapon, and hindering his own apprehension by "hiding the gun that was used," according to Middlesex County Prosecutor's Office (MCPO) statement.

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ— Finishing 11-9 overall, 7-7 in the GMC blue division as the fifth best team, years of hard work have finally paid off to disrupt an over 30-year old losing pattern.

The team earned three points at GMCs this year, advancing all three singles flights from the preliminary round to the 1st Round, consisting of all-blue division player and MVP, Abelardo Cruz, Felix Rojas, and Francisco Brena.

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