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Mark Lavenberg Leaves South Jersey Job to Head NB Water Utility For $107K/Year
Key Locations For The Conscious Eater in New Brunswick Include Farmer's Markets, Health Food Stores, and Restaurants
Federal Proposal Similar to State Policy in Tennessee and New Law Passed in Oregon
Average Price of Coffee Sold in Starbucks Going Up By 1% Amid Rising Wages and Rent
Education Officials Promise NJ Will Not Venture Far From Common Core Standards
Federal Fund Runs Out at End of July, While State Fund is Patched Through June 2016
NBPD Identified Victims Stabbed by Knife-wielding Assailant After Chasing Suspect Down French Street
NJ Governor Promises to Bring "Strong Leadership and Decisiveness” to Oval Office While Protesters Chant "Christie Must Be Stopped!" Outside
Police Make Arrest and Find Knife in Bushes, But Have Not Made Any Statements Yet
Police Followed a Trail of Blood to Seaman Street and Railroad Avenue, According to Radio Transmissions
Feu de Joie Re-enactment on July 4 in Buccleuch Park
Multiple Shots Fired, Hitting 25-Year-Old Man in The Leg and Lower Abdomen
Mayor Cahill "Still Researching" Issue, But His Running Mates Rebecca Escobar and Kevin Egan Come Out in Support of Giving Paid Days to All Workers in New Brunswick
University is The Eight-Oldest Institution of Higher Learning in the United States
Planning Board Members Deadlocked on DEVCO-Backed Plan For 52-Unit Building, Developer Came Back With Much Smaller Plan That Won Community Support
Like Other Commissioners, Andrea Eato-White Gets Free Parking at NBPA Facilities
10-Count Indictment Accuses Former Rutgers University Student of Setting Fire to Campus Building, Endangering 206 People and Causing $250K in Damage
NBPD Has Not Released Identity of Suspects, But Identifies Victim as 20-Year-Old City Man
Parents Spoke Out at June 15 BOE Meeting, Expressing Dissatisfaction With Selection Procedures For Middle School Advanced Honors Math Classes
Niagara Bottling: Operator At Our Contracted Spring Failed to Notify Them of E. Coli Bacteria at Spring Source
Giver Vasquez Charged With Murder, Stalking, and Weapons Charges in Killing of Alicia Martinez
New Brunswick "Vaping" Business Sponsors Comedy Showcase on June 27
NBHS Graduation Ceremony Also Honored Outgoing Superintendent Richard Kaplan
Director of Virginia-Based Power Company Could Be Next Member of Powerful Board
Alicia Martinez Fatally Shot Inside Her Car Near The Warehouse Where She Worked
Boraie Development Purchased Buildings Along Elm Row and Bayard Street
Roadmap for Development of New Brunswick, Camden, and Newark Campuses Unanimously Approved
Police Say Two 18-Year-Olds Were Arrested After They Interfered With an Investigation
Student Worker May Have Confirmed It Was Indeed His Car Speeding on Video
Imitation Guns Have Been a Part of Several Shootings Over The Past Year
Close Ally of New Brunswick Mayor Hired Shortly After Retiring From Trenton PD
Jennifer Hunt Returns to Teach at Rutgers After Holding Positions at Labor and Treasury Departments Under Obama Administration
No Signs, Fences, or Workers Kept NBToday From Walking Onto Rutgers Hillel Construction Site Managed by Atlantic Realty on College Avenue
Harvest Moon Offers a Rotating Menu of Housemade Beverages
Bridgewater Teenager Jason Molina Being Held at Youth Detention Center, Will Be Tried as an Adult in Murder of Christine Huh
Officials Were Unusually Quiet About Where They Were Heading on a Charter Bus
Aubrey Johnson Hired by City School District to 3-Year Deal That Pays $177,500 Per Year
New Store Set to Open in September, Workers Will be Represented by AFL-CIO
One Recovery High School Opened on Campus of Kean University in Union Township
At Least One Vehicle Was Damaged by Gunfire, Suspects May Have Stashed Weapons in Trunk of Car Parked on Simplex Ave.
J&J Promotes New Museum Slated For Grand Opening in Late 2016
Rutgers Police Department Investigating After Chris Murray Bragged on Facebook That His "PD Buddy" Shut Down Highway Ramp to Help Him Speed
The New Brunswick Area Branch of the NAACP will Co-Host a Conversation at Mt. Zion AME Church
Ramp Near John Lynch Bridge Has Been a Bike Obstacle For Decades
Public Schools Are The Most Popular Choice For Parents, But They Face Challenges
Born and Raised in Brunswick, Peoples is a Community Leader in the Lincoln Gardens Neighborhood
A Comprehensive List of Every Neighborhood, Apartment Building, or Other Development in Hub City
Fast Facts About America's Eighth Oldest Institution of Higher Learning
NBPD Has 140+ Sworn Officers, Help From Other Departments
City is Known For Its Nightlife and Fine Dining
Surrounding Crowd Reportedly Followed Injured Person to RWJ Hospital, Woman Remains Jailed on $50,000 Bail
Board of Education Will Select a Replacement For John Krenos at Next Meeting
Response to NBToday OPRA Request Lists Officer Grace Stewart's Pay Status as "Active"
Tenure Decisions Now Tied to New Ratings System
Paul Cano Facing 10 Years in Prison if Judge Approves Plea Deal at Sentencing in August
Edison Valley Playhouse Stages Satirical Tragedy on Well-Designed Set
Anthony Barber, a Former Trenton Cop Once Assigned to Be Driver For Mayor Palmer, Refused to Confirm He's Working For New Brunswick Police Department Once Again
66 Students Opt-Out of May Testing, After Only 19 Students Opted Out in March
Two Entrepreneurs Started a Coffee Shop in a Neighborhood That Clearly Wanted One
Hospital Wouldn't Let Anyone Come or Go Due to Unexplained "Code Yellow"
FBI Interviewed a Retired Pathologist Who Told J&J In 2006 That He Was Concerned About the Safety of Morcellators
According to NBPD, Suspects Broke Into Store, Taking a Safe and Money From The Restaurant's Cash Register
A Mix of Soul, Hip Hop, and Rock, Fuse is a Band Whose Reputation is Built Around the Experience of a Live Performance
Global Village Expected to Open in 2016 Next to Existing Jameson Dormitories on Douglass
Chain Becomes First National Restaurant Company to Use Only Non-GMO Ingredients
Police Detectives Investigating Two Shootings They Believe Are Related in The Same Second Ward Neighborhood
City Police Investigating Shooting, Victim Transported to RWJ in Private Vehicle
Rutgers Administration Not Saying Whether It Will Continue Use of Anti-Cheating Software
Downtown Blocks Evacuated as Firefighters Battle Blaze at Historic Post Office
Defense Department 1033 Program Provides Surplus Military Equipment to Local Police
Film Screenings From May 30 to June 14 at Rutgers Campus in New Brunswick
Pino's in Highland Park Hosts Live Music From Classical Revolution
City and School Board Splitting $1 Million Cost of New Field and Upgrades to Stadium on Joyce Kilmer Ave. Near Middle School
The Pillowman at Villagers Black Box Takes You to a Fictitious Totalitarian State
Festival Has Been a Tradition in New Brunswick Dating Back to 1980's
Conference Focuses on the Four Earliest Writing Systems on Earth
Controversial Standardized Test to Be Given Once in Spring 2016 Rather Than Twice
Lee Hogans' Latest Album is an Expressive Showcase of His Jazz, Funk, and Soul Skills
BPU Vote Means That Company Can Hike Rates 36% on New Jerseyans Until 2020 When Price Regulations Would End
Half of Plant Forced Offline For Hours Due to a "Chemical Feed Issue" Over Weekend
New Brunswick Was Sued and Now Wants to Institute New Ordinances That Do Not Have Support From Organization That Helped Sue to Overturn Them
Source: RUPD'S Grace Stewart Has Been Suspended Since March as Investigators Probed Her Alleged Thefts From Police Union
Police: Woman's Purse Was Taken at Gunpoint Before Suspect Hopped in Passenger Seat of Vehicle That Drove Off
Yearly Event to be Held at the Rutgers Club on College Avenue
NBPD-RUPD Patrol Team Heard Gunshot Fired, Recovered Weapon, and Made Arrest
Damaged Automotive Batteries Cause HAZMAT Emergency Units to Respond to Store
May 20 Deadline For Disposal Program Set Up in Response to Controversial Proposal
Rutgers Has Dodged Questions About Employment Status of Police Officer Recruit Grace Stewart For Over a Week
City Says Private Water Company Accepted Blame For DEP Violations, But Company Says That Would Have to Be Reviewed and Discussed
AADC Is Issued Ultimatum or Will Have All Services Terminated by Rutgers
Three Omitted Tables Allegedly Show Correlation Between Risperdal and Female Breast Growth in Boys
Michael Vitanza Was One of Three Public Officials Arrested in NJ State Police Takedown of a Drug and Gun Network in December 2013
Several Towns in New Jersey Implementing Wearable Cameras as Part of Police Uniform
Bubbakoo's Burritos Has Seven Other Locations in Monmouth and Ocean Counties
Citing Growing Immigrant Population, BOE Scraps Plans For New Administrative Headquarters and Decides to Open a New School Instead
Sources: Alexei Walus Remains Employed With City Despite Using N-Word on The Job
Three New Brunswick Schools Were Honored For Their Exceptional Results This Year
Christine Huh Died at the Hands of Someone She Knew, According to Prosecutors
Sources Say 80+ Students May Have to Live in Nearby Dormitory Built in 1956