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Jurisdiction Issue Remains Unresolved, But Rutgers Officers Will Ride Along in Marked NBPD Vehicles For First Time
Latvian Student Santa Pumpura Was Struck by A Vehicle While Dealing With Flat Tire on Friday Night
Franklin Police Responded to Report of Activated Burglar Alarm to Found Truck Running and Unoccupied
Boraie Development Received $4.8 Million in Sandy Disaster Relief Funding Despite Being Approved For Construction Before Hurricane Struck
Under New Management, Units Are Privately Rented on a "By The bed" Basis For $699-$939 Per Month
On Thursday, School Officials Put a Stop to Food Distribution After Several Children Reported Upset Stomachs
Staged Radio Play Based on Classic Tale Saturday Night at 8pm
Bedbug Problems in Schwarz Homes and Robeson Village Studied by RU Entomologist
A Full House Enjoys Mitchell Brodsky's Dark Humor in "Buds"
Small Explosion at North Brunswick Locksmith Injured One Man
A Public Records Request Revealed Change in Motor Vehicle Jurisdiction Occurred
Six Years After Car Crash, Gabriel Hurley Tells Students How He Overcame Adversity
City Clerk Dan Torrisi Produces Police Maps Showing How RUPD's Jurisdiction Shrunk Despite Growth of University
Though Jurisdictional Dispute Between NBPD and RUPD Remains Unresolved, Rutgers to Issue Alerts For Serious Crimes in 5th and 6th Wards of New Brunswick
Amid Packed Room, Residents, Lawyers, and Experts Debated Merits of Proposed 57-Unit Apartment Complex
Jonathan Rodriguez Arrested in Bucks County, PA Yesterday Morning
Organist Brings Flavorful Performance to Kick off New Brunswick Jazz Project's Women in Jazz Month
NBPD Unit Was Dispatched From Route 1 Because Other Officers Were on Meal Breaks
City DPW Trying to Keep up With Temporary "Cold Patches"
Prosecutor's Office Released a Composite Sketch of Alleged Assailant of 24-Year-Old Rutgers Student
Catholic Charities' Local Non-Profit Organization Seeking Two Bilingual Candidates
Researchers Exploited Android Phones to Track Which Apps Accessed Users' Location Data
Former Sapporo Sushi Location Undergoing Transition,Tangerine Grill and Kaati Zone Suddenly Closed
Monday's Hearing on Controversies Went on Without Any Representatives of Transit Agency
Premier Properties aka Construction Management Associates Asks Planning Board For Variances
John Lynch Jr. Nearly Became Governor of New Jersey, But Settled For Senate Pres.
Administration Stands by Selection of Secretary of State For Speech
Citizens Campaign Hosting Free Event at Rutgers University's College Ave. Campus
Faced With Charges of Criminal Trespassing, Carlos Rojas Accepted a Plea For Disorderly Conduct
Monday Morning's Hearing Will Address Questionable Decisions That Left The First "Mass Transit Super Bowl" Mired in Delays and Equipment Failures
Local Pop-punk Group Lovelectric Recorded Two Songs with Legendary Songwriter Lindy Robbins
Next FREE Admission Event is Monday March 17 at 475 DeMott Lane
Parents or Guardians Can Sign Up Their Children In-Person on Saturdays or Online
Gregory Jackson Being Sued For Age Discrimination by Former Employees of Rutgers Career Services
Jonathan Rodriguez and Steven Perez Charged with Murder of Raheem Fuqua
Delegates from Jiangxi Earn Public Administration Certificates in NJ Visit
NBJP Dedicates March 2014 to Showcasing Jazz Performances by Female Bandleaders
Joe Zedeny Leads Stellar Cast in An Uproarious Door-Slamming Farce
Two Others Wounded: A Suspect Charged With Hindering Investigation and An Innocent Bystander
Petitions Due Tomorrow, Citizens Need Ten Signatures From Registered Voters to Run
Famous Feminist Visits Livingston Campus Thanks to Rutgers Institute for Women's Leadership
New Brunswick Has Not Hosted Any Such Meeting Since Admitting Coverup of Water Quality Issues
New Brunswick Faculty Council Condemns Board of Governors Decision to Select Rice to Speak
Plans to Shut Down Miles of Streets to Auto Traffic on May 4, July 12, and Oct. 12
Eyeing the 2016 Olympics in Rio, Davila Works Out at New Brunswick Boxing Gym
Peter Rona Taught at Rutgers University's Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences
One of The Two Injured Persons is Seriously Injured, Both Have Been Hospitalized
Contrary to NBPD's Claim, Rutgers Has Not Sent All Students a Mass Email
Rap Producer Mr. Green and Filmmaker Sam Lipman-Stern's Live From The Streets Showcases Street Musicians and Makes Their Voices Heard
Tsz Chan Died From Injuries Before His Body Was Found Near Intersection of Bayard and Neilsen Street
Downtown Supermarket Shelves Conspicuously Going Unstocked as Parking Authority Files Notice of Default Against Store Owners
Rutgers Never Responded to Public Records Request For City-Issued Maps That Indicate Their Department's Jurisdiction
Heldrich Hotel Hosts J&J and Chamber of Commerce Event
Booker Highlighted Potential of Youth Civic Engagement at Eagleton Institute Event
Lifelong City Resident Amy Suznovich Performing For Veterans and The Public Monday Afternoon at 3:30PM
Students March on Old Queens, Demanding University Require Companies It Does Business With Sign Bangladesh Fire and Building Safety Accord
Thanks to Daughter of Deceased, 1990 Murder of Teenager Nikki Adams Finally Solved With Help of DNA Evidence
City Officials Appear Unconcerned With Increased Accident Rate as Pilot Program Enters Final Year
New "Striking Resemblance" Art Exhibit Showcases the Diversity of Portraiture
NFL Players Devon and Jason McCourty Visited Hospital's Blood Drive on Feb. 15
Pro Soccer Returns to Busch Campus' Yurcak Field for Upcoming Season
Other Bands on The Lineup Included Wavves and Echosmith
Plan For Dedicated Lane Connecting College Avenue and Douglass Campuses at Rutgers Has Been in The Works For Over a Decade
The Rutgers Pi Kappa Phi Chapter Hosting Vigil for William R. McCaw on Feb. 19
Faith Dowgin and Todd Jones Delivered Superb Performances
University's Student Newspaper Accused of Censorship by Former Opinions Editor, Antisemitism by Others
Parts of Livingston Ave. Will Be Closed Off to Vehicular Traffic for Free Family-Friendly Activities
William R. McCaw of Gallatin, Tennessee Identified as the Person Found Dead at 28 Hartwell Street
Police Are Investigating an Apparent Murder in The City's Sixth Ward
The Smell of Gas Is Spreading Throughout Highland Park and Beyond
DCA Spokeswoman Lisa Ryan Insists Reporters Were Invited, But None Showed Up
Jersey City First in NJ to Pass Legislation Guaranteeing All Workers At Least Three Paid Sick Days
State Official Confirms Port Authority Chair David Samson's Law Firm Served as Bond Counsel For Boraie Development's Newark Highrise
Former Bush Administration Official Will Speak at Graduation
Non-Tenure Track Deal Caps Tense Bargaining Period Between AAUP-AFT and University Administration
Renowned Trumpeter Leads a Quartet Backed by Legendary Drummer Victor Lewis, Presented by the New Brunswick Jazz Project
REVEAL, a Feminist Collective Art Show, Scheduled to Open on April 2
Blaming the Housing Market Crash, Boraie Development Reneged on Plan to Offer Affordable Downtown Condominiums in Exchange for $15 Million Government Loan
Several Events at Rutgers, Public Library, and Alfa Art Gallery Celebrating Black History Month
Don Giovanni Records Hosting Their Annual Showcase at Webster Hall in NYC
Sources: Boraie Development Reneged on Agreement to Sell Affordable Condos in Spring St. Highrise
Rutgers Opted to Declaare a 10AM Delayed Opening As Well
All University Classes and K-12 Public Schools Closed Due to Inclement Weather
Superintendent Decides to Declare Third Snow Day of 2014
Hermann Made Upgrading the Basketball Arena a Priority in Her First Year
Rutgers and Syracuse Team Up For Pregame Performance at Super Bowl
Last Year, Over 1,500 Homeless People Were Surveyed in Middlesex County
Gov. Christie's Administration Struggles to Explain Connection Between Hurricane and Boraie Development's Skyscraper at 135 Somerset St.
Chris Christie Let a Bill Expire That Would Have Limited the Use of Drones in New Jersey's Skies
Trans*missions Wants Trans Students to Be Able to Use Preferred Names in Sakai
State Theatre Welcomes Guests to See Wreck-it-Ralph, The Avengers, and Dirty Dancing For Free This Saturday
Whistleblower Lawsuit Filed by Former Salesman Says RedFlex Traffic Systems Bribed Public Officials in 13 States
Wakefern Cuts Back Hours at New Brunswick's Only 24-Hour Supermarket
Incumbent Dale Caldwell is The Only Announced Candidate So Far
Optimum Online Customers Get Free WiFi at 11 NJTransit Stations Starting This Week
"New Brunswick in The Eyes of Photographers" Exhibit on Display at Alfa Art Gallery
Authorities Still Looking For Suspects Who Shot Man During a Robbery on Friday
Fights and DWI Charges Expected For Big Game in Bergen County
Longtime Supporter of Mayor Cahill Left to Work For CoachUSA Bus Company