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New Brunswick Has New Deputy Police Chief, Business Administrator, and City Clerk
New Brunswick PD Investigating Shooting Outside Convenience Store Early on July 4
Tenant Owes Parking Authority $768,997 in Back Rent, Failed to Show Up For Court
Most Minimum Wage Workers Will See Increases to $10 Per Hour As of July 1
Well-Known Journalist and Climate Advocate Naomi Klein Joined Rutgers Faculty
For The First Time in History, New Brunswick's Mayor Will Have a Chief of Staff
Attorney General: Robert Baker Failed to Perform Required Bacterial Coliform Tests
Records Were Released After Court Complaint Cited RU's Failure to Disclose Logs
"Pills Cost Pennies. Greed Costs Lives," Chanted "Doctors Without Borders" Protesters
AAUP-AFT Leaders: Rutgers Union Makes Big Gains for Workers, More Work Remains
Azcona-Barber Earns MCDO Support After Reporters Were Kicked Out of Convention
Attorney Mazraani Argues Officer Anthony Jones Jr.'s Brain Hasn't Been Fully Formed
Status of Officer Joshua Padilla Unclear After Charges Filed by Pennsylvania AG
In 2016, Freeholders Approved Another Ten Years of Dumping in "Edgeboro" Landfill
Project Uploaded 100,000+ Pages of NJ Newspapers, Including Perth Amboy's
Joe Cryan Splitting His Time Between Senate Position and Running MCUA
Animal Rights Activists Deal With Aftermath of Organization’s Condemned Practices
Bills Would Restore Voting Rights to 94,000 Residents, Including Prisoners
Murder Charges Filed Against Two Men in Custody For Fatal Altercation on George St. as NBPD Investigates How Another Man Ended Up Dead in a Basement 6 Blocks Away
Developers Presented Revised Plans For 96 Residential Units, a Bank, and a Pharmacy
Developers Presented Revised Plans For 96 Residential Units, a Bank, and a Pharmacy
Developers Presented Revised Plans For 96 Residential Units, a Bank, and a Pharmacy
Two Candidates Vying to Succeed Longtime County Freeholder From New Brunswick
Cranbury's Practice of Paying Second-Year Summer Camp Counselors Less Than The Federal Minimum Wage Doesn't Hold Up
Mayor James Cahill Has Re-Appointed Tony Caputo to NBPA Board of Commissioners
Governor Murphy Selects New Brunswick For New STEM-Focused Initiative
After Three Years in NBPA-Owned Location, Supermarket Downsizes Significantly
Mayor Cahill Retains Seat After Challenge From NBT Editor Charlie Kratovil
The Race for Mayor of New Brunswick Heats Up as City Residents Make Their Choice.
Charlie Kratovil Presents a Proposal to Improve Transportation Options for Residents of the Hub City
School District Officials Kept The Information to Themselves For Over a Month
After Beating Criminal Charges, Senator's Re-Election Campaign Prevailed in Primary
Protest March and Rally Scheduled For Trenton on September 17
Board of Education Officials Said Results Would Be Made Public Before School Starts
City Council Approves Merger of Departments of Public Works and Engineering
Kyle Anderson Started Job Supervising Middlesex County's School Districts in May
Ramen Nagomi Owner Opens Pair of Establishments: Poke Nagomi and Cambo Box
Growing Organization Moves to New Office on College Avenue
Consumer Product Safety Commission: Sparklers Were Top Cause of Injuries Last Year
New Brunswick Today Editor Challenges Mayor Cahill with an Ambitious Platform
Proposed Pilot Program Would Create Stricter Inspections for Subsidized Landlords
Largest Fine to Date Imposed By Federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
This News Outlet Will Continue to Serve Our City Beyond The Upcoming Election
New State Law Supercedes 2015 Ordinance Passed Here in New Brunswick
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Only Accepts Comments Behind Closed Doors
Rutgers Athletes Terrorized Student Neighborhood Before and After Being Arrested
Prosecutor's Office Claimed Detective Stole Cash, But Kept The Theft of Heroin Quiet
Mayor and Governor to Name New Brunswick Housing Authority Board Members
Indicted Suspects From Hub City and Milltown Are All Members of Fuqua Family
Former Secretary of State Spoke at Rutgers Athletic Center on March 29
Edward Spencer, Diana Solis, and Ronald Hush Prevailed in Seven-Way Race
Record-High Seven Candidates Appearing on Ballots in This Year's BOE Race
Mesothelioma Victim and His Wife Blamed J&J Baby Powder For His Illness
County-Backed Project Built on Land Previously Owned by NB Housing Authority
Highland Park Officer Suspended After Being Charged With DWI and Assault by Auto
Melanie Ford Becomes Only Female Member of Mayor Jim Cahill's Cabinet
31-Year-Old Frank Polera Imprisoned After Admitting to Aggravated Manslaughter
Nathaniel Harris Replaces Don Sofilkanich as Leader of NBHS Football Program
Burglary Suspect Took Keys From Homes Before Riding Away in Victim's Vehicles
Dutta: Increased Enrollment and Retaining Staff Important to Improving Rutgers
Amarlis Calderon Pleaded Guilty to Aggravated Manslaughter of Pablo Caamano
Struggling Housing Authority Board Dodges Questions About HUD Training
New Brunswick Home to One of Nation's Leading Women's Colleges For 100 Years
CPD Allegedly Failed to Investigate Mental Health and Criminal History of Applicants
Demonstrators Facing Charges: Rutgers Punishes Protesters While Claiming Support
Rutgers Activists March Through City and Teach Next Generation How to Organize
Livingston Elementary Principal Suspended February 2 For Reasons Unknown
Firm Charged NBHA $201,844 Since 2015, Exceeding Budget For Four Straight Years
As Construction Proceeds in Lobby, Private Security Company Orders No Photography
Three Incumbents Will Face Four Challengers in Race For Three School Board Seats
With Union Contracts Nearing Their End, Faculty Members Call For Negotiations
Marquise Prather Reproduced "Intimate Photos and Videos" He Found by Illegally Searching The Phones of Women During Traffic Stops
Associate Director Michelle Wilson Takes Over as Executive Director
Brunswick-Based Company Has "Home Field Advantage" in Middlesex County Trial
David Pressler's Ambient Album "Sound of Home" Features Audio From Hub City
Woman Claims Male Colleagues in Same Position Paid Far More Due to Discrimination
Under Pressure From This Newspaper, Application Deadline Extended to March 5
Historian: 1918 Flu Outbreak Was "Most Deadly Single Event Ever Recorded"
Man Convicted of South Brunswick Murder Will Be Eligible For Parole in 15 Years
Ed Spencer Falsely Claimed District Tested Water "Annually... For The Past 10 Years"
Judge Flynn Presided Over His Trial Before Recusing Herself From Subsequent Case
Former Officials Including Head Coach, Assistant Coach, and Team Doctor Blamed
Anthony Vignuolo and Leonard Bier Replaced in Jobs Representing City Agencies
Thomas Canales Found Guilty of Exposing Himself to Kids and Other Sex Crimes
Lazos America Unida Hosting Legal Services, Health Programs, and Cultural Events
One Firm Charged NBHA More Than Five Times Their Entire Legal Budget Last Year
ICE Crackdowns Targeting Indonesian Community Lead to Ruling Protecting Them
16-Year-Old NBHS Student Arrested After Gun Photo Led to Lockdown
MCPO Also Filed Charges of Insurance Fraud, Money Laundering, Tampering, and Perjury Against Piscataway Couple That Owns Road Runner Bail Bonds
190 Years After Being Freed, Sojourner Truth's Name Appears on Rutgers Dorm
Ann Marie McCarthy Arrested in December on Charges She Defrauded Horizon
NJ State Police: 16-Year-Old Used Vehicle to Make Traffic Stops and Rob Victims
Jahmmel Cephas Ineligible For Parole Until 2062 Under "No Early Release Act"
Department of Agriculture: "These Products Should be Thrown Away or Returned"
Officer Anthony Jones and Four Others Face Criminal Charges For "Bar Fight"
For The First Time in Years, NBHA Takes Preliminary Applications For Public Housing
Senator's Friend Awaits Sentencing on Separate Charges of Defrauding Medicare
Activists Face Criminal Charges For Protest That Shut Down Rutgers Board Meeting
In Bad Weather, New Brunswick and Perth Amboy Open Warming Shelters