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32nd Annual Festival Begins This Weekend and Runs Throughout the Spring Semester
Power Outage Ends After PSE&G Repairs Substation
Presented by the New Brunswick Jazz Project
New Brunswick Residents Notified on November 27, Franklin on December 10, Milltown on January 14
Second Snow Day This Month For New Brunswick School System
Heavy Snow and Predicted Temperatures Below Freezing Forces Closing, Cancellation of Classes
Nine Board Members Are Volunteers, Three Are Up For Election This Year
Fifteen Men Make Salaries Greater Than $125,000 Each Year
City, State Police, and RU Clashed on Transporatation and Labor Issues During Storm
One of Largest Private Equity Firms in World Makes Offer For Ortho-Clinical
Memphis, Rock of Ages, and West Side Story Coming to Famous Theatre This Season
Jailed Ex-Sheriff Joe Spicuzzo Pleaded Guilty to Selling Investigator Positions
Lisanne Finston Has Been With The City's Most Well-Known Social Service Organization For Over 20 Years
Gov. Christie Secretly Appointed Bruce Kaplan to Middlesex County Superior Court
Robbery Occurred on Mine Street Near Easton Avenue
Library Will Host Three Free Photography Workshops Before March 15 Deadline
Man Trying to Help Robbery Victim Shot in Leg Inside Camilo's Restaurant
Anne Egan, 59-Year-Old Relative of NJ Assemblyman Joseph V. Egan and City Councilman Kevin Egan, Passed Away Jan. 8
Drones Were Spotted at Ciclovia and the Raritan River Festival
Home News Tribune: Ex-Prosecutor Bruce Kaplan Still Under Influence of Convicted Felon Who Served as New Brunswick Mayor From 1979 to 1991
Three Bands Playing in Basement of New Brunswick's Original Restaurant
Christie's Deputy Ordered Closures as Political Retribution: "Time for Some Traffic Problems in Fort Lee"
Mike Mahony's Housing Inspectors Have Been Criticized For Years, Now He is Suspended Without Pay
Majority of Drugs and Weapons Found at Cranbury Cafe and Private Homes of Paul Cano, John Meerbaugh & Frank Kinelski
Tony Caputo Retired From Police Director Job in 2010, Returned to Power in 2011
NBPD Quickly Took Suspects into Custody For Questioning
State School Designated One of First Government Testers For Unmanned Aircrafts
Price For Event Parking and Monthly Parking in Several Decks Increased January 1
City Council Usually Meets The First and Third Wednesday of Each Month
Board of Education Announces Closing at 6:41PM
Winter Snowstorm and Severe Cold Expected Tonight
North Brunswick Resident Michael Vitanza Charged with Conspiracy as State Police Case Unfolds in Middlesex County
Antwan and Zaire Cromedy Were Arrested December 31, One Day After Eric Andrews Jr. Was Killed
Eric Andrews Jr., aka E-9, Was Murdered Sunday Inside Somerset Street Business
Luis Berrios Jr. First Auxiliary Police Officer to Become NBPD Officer in Decades
Communications Professor and PBS Host Richard D. Heffner Died December 17
City Resident Mark Byrd Dead in Accident at Hamilton Street and Franklin Blvd.
New Brunswick Non-Profits Lustig Dance Theatre and coLAB Arts Team Up For First Time
Passionate Testimony From Students and Advocates, Widespread Support of City Residents and Officials Helped NJ Become 16th State to Offer In-State Tuition to Immigrant Residents
State Police Won't Say if Paul Cano III's Arrest is Related to Drug Investigation That Nabbed Chief Housing Inspector on Same Day
Cahill Has Not Yet Announced Whether He Will Seek Unprecedented Seventh Term
Major Real Estate Company Acquires Rental Properties Near Hyatt with 200 Units
Board of Chosen Freeholders Unanimously Approve Ban at Thursday Night's Meeting
Michael Mahony Suspended Without Pay After Stash of Cocaine Found at Elks Lodge
Source: Barring a "Life Safety Issue," RUPD Told Not to Enforce Quality of Life, Traffic Violations, or Drunk Driving Outside of Rutgers Campus
Violation Shows Water Problems May Go Back Further Than Previously Thought
City Council Makes Good on Promise to Adopt Ordinance Making it Harder For Businesses to Cheat Workers
Rutgers' Piscataway Campuses Overwhelmed After a Chaotic Evacuation of Every Dorm in New Brunswick
Attorney Says Questions About District Employee Who Stole $26K Are "Out of Order"
Teachers, Staff, Students, and Parents Have Spoken Out Against New Super Who Allegedly Misrepresented Himself on Resume
Both Boys and Girls Bowling Teams Face Piscataway Today at Brunswick Zone
President Barchi Previously Gave Into USAS Demand By Cutting Contract with Adidas
Zebras Shifting Into Another Competitive Division After a Tough Year in 2013
MSNBC Talk Show Host Interviewed in Front of Capacity Crowd
Famous TV Actress Returns to New Brunswick For "Clever Little Lies" Run
Officials Say Resolution Will Constitute an Enforceable Ban on Gas Drilling Countywide
Jim Cahill No Fan of New Brunswick Today's Coverage of Water Quality Coverup
Plus Live Music at The Court Tavern and World of Beer
Barchi Dodges Questions About Problems With New Brunswick Water System
Keith Smith Started Monday in Newly-Created Role: "Water Treatment Plant Superintendent"
Report Completed in March Confirmed Problems With City's Water System Led to Mass Evacuation of New Brunswick Dorms
Officials Are Discussing Potential Litigation Against New Brunswick While State Investigates Coverup
While Hurricane Season is Over, Winter Storms Can Be Just as Dangerous
Rutgers Center for Women's Global Leadership Event Brought Together Different Student Groups
NBFD and East Franklin Contain Blaze Near Railroad Avenue, Next to Site of April 6 Fire
More Than a Year After Her Arrest, Patricia Ruggeri Still Awaits Sentencing
The Price Is Right Live! Coming to the State Theatre Friday Night
One of Many Expensive Settlements For Embattled Pharmaceutical Giant
Officials Consider First Ciclovia Event a Success, Planning For Future Installments
Two City Residents Were Part of Conspiracy to Steal $65 Million From U.S. Government
Honyu Wang Faces Three to Five Years in Jail, Had 230 Child Pornography Videos on His Computer
City and State Government Notify Public of Serious Water Quality Violations
Suspended Man Also Worked For Franklin & Milltown, Which Bought Millions of Gallons That Didn't Meet Safe Drinking Water Standards
Three Apartment Units Built With City's HOME Funding and NJHFMA Financing
Robert Ramnarine of East Brunswick Fined $10,000 and Forfeited $324,777 to SEC
Only Living Boy, a Jersey-Based Blues/Rock Group Will Be Performing at The Old Bay
Brick Resident Edward O'Rourke Still Has Not Been Fired From Water Plant Job After Being Accused of Covering Up Violations
Edward O'Rourke Suspended Without Pay Awaiting Administrative Hearings
Planning Board Voted Unanimously For Wenner Bread's Plan to Expand a Vacant Industrial Building at 571 Jersey Av.
Historical Relationship Dates Back More Than a Century
Christmas Show to Feature Oaxacan Ballet Group at the Greater Brunswick Charter School
Julie Hermann Dealing With Yet Another Player Abuse Scandal at Rutgers This Week
Former Student From Berkeley Heights in Critical Condition After Fight With Staff
New Brunswick City Council Backs Off "Anti-Wage Theft" Ordinance Proposed By New Labor
Retirees of St. Peter's Worried About Their Pension Funds Under New "Church Plan"
After Spike in Murders Last Year, Three Lives Taken in 2013
City Declines to Use Emergency Alert System Despite Huge Blaze on November 9
Live Entertainment, Horse-Drawn Carriage Rides, Santa Claus, and Chili Cookoff
Gov. Christie Signs Bill Requiring Out-of-State Police Agencies Notify County Prosectuors of Their NJ Operations
For Spring Semester, Rutgers University Offers Course on Religion and The Boss
The Fab Faux, Always a Fan Favorite, One of Many Upcoming Events at Historic Theatre
City Worker Edward O'Rourke Fined $17,000 and Gets His License Suspended by NJ Dept. of Environmental Protection
Stan Talks About Incident with Student: "I Put My Hands on Her And I Prayed"
Local Organization Protests Companies That Allegedly Rip Off Workers, Asks Council to Pass Wage Theft Ordinance
In Conjunction with Elijah's Promise, Free Screenings And More Offered at Eric B. Chandler Health Center
Thursday Nov. 14 at Crossroads Theatre: "A Film That Should Make You Furious"
Court Settlement is Latest in a Long Line of Expensive Legal Battles
Free ESL Classes at Several Locations in Hub City
New Brunswick Auxiliary Police Grows to Ten Members in Second Year