Share |

Articles

Current Minimum Wage Would Increase to $8.25/Hour and Increase Annually to Account For Cost of Living
Christie Appeared Victorious at First Debate, But Buono Caught Him Off-Guard With a Strong Performance in Second Matchup
Governor Isn't The Only Office on The Ballot in Today's Election
Buono, a Former Police Chief in Metuchen, Said Convicted Ex-Sheriff Joe Spicuzzo Obviously Broke the Law
Buono Criticized Governor Christie For Standing Down on Voting Rights Issues
Parkers Can Use a Smartphone App or Place a Toll-Free Call to Pay For Parking with Credit Cards
Students, Alumni, and Faculty Honor Tyler Clementi's Legacy and Struggle of LGBTQ Community
Report Likely Includes Details on Chaotic Dorm Evacuations and Crisis at New Brunswick's Water Utility
New Chain Expands to Northeast, Beginning With New Brunswick
Once a Safe Haven For Those in Need of a Space, Bank Says It Will Tow Non-Customers
A Local Oaxacan-Mexican Cultural Center Sponsors Three Holiday Events
"I Hope They Serve Beer on Broadway By Tucker Max" written by Christopher Carter Sanderson will be at the George Street Playhouse
Rutgers Student Organizations will Race Down College Avenue as Part For Sixth Year in a Row
Felicia McGinty Discussed Facilities, IT Infrastructure, Shared Governance, and the Big Ten at Student Government Meeting Last Week
Absent a Process to Fund Public Art, Cahill Steers $10K to Proposed Monument
Buono Says She Wants to Be "Education Governor," Make it a Top Priority
ArtWorks and St. Peter's Split Cost of New Custom-Built "Art Cart"
There are only two weeks left of the New Jersey Blues & Jazz Festival!
Booker Will Take Office Immediately After Defeating Republican Steve Lonegan and Six Other Challengers
New Hillel House to Be Built on Rutgers Parking Lot in Complicated Land Swap
Newark Mayor Cory Booker Favored 58%-36% in New Poll of Likely NJ Voters
Are You Down to Earth? Check Out The Free Exhibit This Month.
Somerset Medical Center Becomes RWJ University Hospital's Newest Partner
NBPD Arrested Carlos Rojas at Gala Where Gov. Christie Endorsed Making In-State Tuition Rates at Colleges Like Rutgers Available to Undocumented Residents
Old Bay, Suydam Farms, and Mike's Courtside each Hosting Events for Beer Drinking Festival
Nearly 100 People Turned Out For Candlelight Vigil Thursday on Douglass Campus
Multiple Free Events Celebrate Jazz Music at Restaurants on Saturday Leading Into Big Show at Hyatt on Sunday
City-Based NJ Blood Services is Hosting Blood Drives Across New Brunswick
Democrat Candidate Critical of Christie's Handling of Superstorm's Aftermath
City Council Was Reluctant at First, But Eventually Came Around to Pass Strong Law Against Oil & Gas Drilling
Shinichi Higashimura, Mayor of Fukui, Japan, Will Visit the Hub City October 8-11
Museum on Rutgers Campus is Free For Students, $6 General Admission
Early Retirement Arrangement For Elected Officials Outlawed Shortly After New Brunswick's Mayor Began Collecting Big Pension For Lucrative County Job
34th Annual Environmental Festival Features Duck Race That Benefits Kids with Brain Cancer
Eyricka Morgan Dies of Stab Wounds to Her Neck in a 2nd Ward Rooming House
Rutgers University Program Association Organizes Hip-Hop Show For Students
City Clerk Approves Petition Signed by 500 Registered Voters in New Brunswick
Candidate Running Against Incumbent Governor Says Christie "Favored the Very Wealthy at The Expense of Everyone Else"
Barbara Buono is Running Against Chris Christie in the November 5 Election For Governor
Brunswick-Based Burlesque Show Blends Art, Dance, Comedy, and Music
67-Year-Old Joe Spicuzzo Ran Middlesex Democrat Organization, Was Elected Sheriff Ten Times
Governor Will Join in Celebration of New $295M Privatized Rutgers Development
Town Clock Community Development Corporation Building 10 Housing Units at First Reformed Church
Festival at Monument Square on Saturday and in Downtown Somerville on Sunday
Work on New Bridge to Begin This Winter
Planning Board Voted Unanimously For DEVCO's Privatized Student Housing Plan
Crews Work to Erect Scaffolding After Small Piece of Boraie-Owned Building Fell Eight Stories, Damaging Bar
2nd Annual Near Enemy Festival Starts at 7:30PM This Saturday
Runners Crowd Joyce Kilmer Avenue For 9th Annual Jimmy D 5K
Many Eager Rutgers Students Were Kept Out of Monday's Fair Due to Fire Codes
Mario Vargas Remains on Boards For NJ School Development Authority & Robert Wood Johnson Univ. Hospital
NBPA Seeks to Double Prices on Some Streets to Pay For Credit Card Meters and Pay-by-Phone System
Rutgers' Credit Rating Takes a Hit as Tuition & Fees Jump 3.3%
Hub City Sounds Outdoor Music Series Continues with coLAB Arts Events
Over 500 Children and 43 Adults Participated in Summer Reading Programs
City Residents Who Meet Requirements Can Apply Until September 4
Mother and Two Children Injured as Their Range Rover Crashed on Route 27
28-Day Bicylcle Trip to Disney World Helped Raise Funds for Embrace Kids Foundation
Police Reach Out For Help Identifying Man Still Unidentified, in Coma After July 22 Accident
Petition Will Be Submitted Today Calling For Ballot Question to Ban Dangerous Gas Extraction Method
Family Business Leaving Downtown Store for 19th-Century Barn in Lambertville
Construction Begins on New $84 Million, 16-Story Privatized Dormitory Building
Piscataway Balks at Plan to Host Some of the Beloved Trucks, Forcing Rutgers to Renegotiate with Truck Owners
Newark Mayor Will Face Republican Steve Lonegan in Oct. 16 Special Election
Today's Primary Will Decide Candidates For October US Senate Election
Most Charges Thrown Out in Plea Agreement with New County Prosectuor
Organizers Concerned About Recent FBI Bust of 70 NJ Residents, Super Bowl Coming to NJ
Another Man Beaten Unconscious in Front of Knight Club This Past Weekend
Modified Plans Call For Trucks to be Scattered Across New Brunswick and Piscataway, No More Than Two Trucks in Any One Location
Ford Hall, Rutgers' Second Residence Hall Might Re-Open as an Office Building
Second Annual Arts, Music, and Dance Festival Returns to Boyd Park and Other Venues
Some May Secure New Spaces on Senior Street, Others May Never Return to Hub City
Three Charged in Gun Murder, Another Man Charged in Fatal Stabbing
Banks of Mile Run Brook Yielded 50+ Bags of Litter, a Mattress, Broken Windows, and a Gun
Wakefern Welcomes 8 Grocers in Pennsylvania, Delaware, and New Brunswick
Firefighters Put Out Both Fires While Cops Dealt With Power Outage
Carlos Lopez Being Held on $1M Bail For Murder of David Campos-Garcia
Director Blames "Malfunction" For Apparent Violation of Open Public Meeting Act That Kept Reporters Out
Crime Alert Frightens Residents of Neighborhood Near Douglass Campus
Saturday July 27 Will Mark End of Popular "Restaurant Week" Promotion
Several Movies and Events to be Screened on 46-Foot Screen
Woman Allegedly Doused Another Person in Lighter Fluid Without Warning
Eduardo Mendez Died of Gunshot Wound Sufferred on Sidewalk at 236 Talmadge Street
Free Event in Edison Anticipates Big Turnout of Hispanic Business in Middlesex County
New Board of Governors Chairman Gerald Harvey Currently Presiding Over Closed Meeting
Tianle Li Allegedly Killed Husband With Deadly Thallium She Obtained at Work
Rutgers Hillel Approved to Build New Mansion on College Ave. Including Cafe, Library, Dining Area
7pm Tonight: Memorial Benefit Concert for Sirjode Caracter at Mt. Calvary Missionary Church
Fireworks, Live Reading of Declaration, Free Film Screening and More in New Brunswick on Sunday July 7!
Financing Unclear For Cranbury-Based Developer's Planned Apartment Building and Parking Garage
United Church of Christ Hosted More Than 60 Individuals at Community Forum
Running For Re-Election, Middlesex Co. Sheriff Millie Scott Faced with Fallout of Predecessor's Scandal
Alliance Celebrates Accomplishments of First Year in Action
Richard Phoenix of the NJ Radio Museum Speaks at Library on Early Beginnings of Radio
Bill Sponsored by Senate Pres. Steve Sweeney & Supported by Gov. Christie Would Abolish 247-Year-Old Board
New Brunswick Location of Highland Park Favorite Expected to Be a Hit
Police: Arrangements Being Made to Return Two Teenage Girls to Their Families Following Bust
Defendants to Stand Trial for Death of Richard Chang, an Innocent New Brunswick Man Killed By a Stray Bullet in His Home
Middlesex County is Second Only to Hudson in Growth Rate Since 2010