NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—Public records show that a 18-year-old Rutgers student has been charged by campus police with a disorderly persons offense and a petty disorderly persons offense after she allegedly climbed and fell from a new building.

The future home of a Starbucks coffee shop on College Avenue was the scene of the crime shortly after 2am on September 9, in the strange case where the first-year student resident was injured after climbing up the side of a building located in the courtyard outside her dormitory.

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ–For the first time in two seasons, the New Brunswick High School (NBHS) boys soccer team lost two consecutive games.

Each of the losses were by a narrow margin, by just one goal.   The Zebras lost to Monroe 3-2 in their final regular season game, and then dropped another contest to the Metuchen Bulldogs by a score of 2-1 in the Greater Middlesex Conference (GMC) Tournament.

For Metuchen, it was redemption of a 5-1 loss suffered at the hands of the Zebras in last season's GMC tournament.

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—On Wednesday, October 12, just after 7am, a city family was visited by some unknown law enforcement agents who threatened them with future harassment and arrests if they are seen in public.

According to the family, who lives on Seaman Street, the officers were looking for a man who no longer lives there.

An officer showed papers to one of the home's residents, after being asked if they had legal authority to enter the home.

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WOODBRIDGE, NJ—Apparel retailer Wet Seal will open a short-term outlet in Woodbridge Center Mall on November 3, according to a company news release. 

New Jersey is just one of the nine U.S. states where Wet Seal will open a total of 13 pop-up locations for the gift-giving season, but only at General Growth Properties malls, which, as we reported, are hoping to combat high vacancy rates. 

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—Two sacks, two interceptions, 34 unanswered points in the first half, along with a recovered kick return, helped the Old Bridge Knights (4-1-1) put the Zebras (2-4) away on Senior Night and continue their unbeaten 4-0-1 division record.

Quarterback Artur Sitkowski, running back Nick Sodano, and wide receiver/cornerback Anthony Imbimbo were able to run through holes and make big plays the entire night, all making sure to credit their offensive and defensive line.

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