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Emil Hanna and Naguib Were Acquitted After Judge Bradley Ferencz Ruled They Were Not Responsible For Policing Their Colleagues
Corporation Assessed Fine of $2,625 For Four Violations at New Brunswick Facility
Scuffle During Arrest Injured Sgt. Ann Chapman
Many City Boards & Commissions Are Inactive or Dysfunctional as They Struggle with Sharp Lack of Accountability
Two Arrests Made After Couple's Jewelry Found in Garbage at Rt. 27 McDonald's
Bill That Would Make a Big Difference in Hub City Passed by Assembly Budget Committee Yesterday
Dr. Hooshang Amirahmadi, a Professor at the Bloustein School, has now ran twice to be President of Iran.
Instead, Lawmakers Pass Nonbinding Resolution That "Discourages" Smoking in Parks
Police: 19-Year-Old Man Was Shot in His Buttocks on June 15
President of NJ Radio Museum Will Discuss Evolution of Radio Saturday at 2pm
Outdoor Dining Available at Many of Hub City's Best Restaurants
Victim Shot in the Chest Has Been Upgraded to Fair Condition
More Than 100 Students & Allies Marched on Delaware HQ of Sallie Mae
Gala Fundraiser Held at The Palace in Somerset
Three Suspects Remain at Large in Friday Night's Robbery of Frat Row Resident in His Apartment
Four Democrats, Including New Brunswick's Representative, Expected to Run Against One Another
New Brunswick Man Arrested in Franklin Township Parking Lot with 5 Ounces of Cocaine
RU Said Eddie Jordan Had Earned a Bachelor's Degree From Rutgers, But Registrar Confirms He Needs 7 More Credits
Police Say Victims Gave Conflicting Accounts of Incident
Annual Event Took Place June 1 Along Somerset and Plum Streets
Experts From Children's Specialized Hospital Available to Detect Developmental Delays Through Games and Activities
University Officials Say Building's Formal Affiliation With Rutgers Will End After Next School Year
Judith Krall-Russo Will speak at the Public Library Wednesday at 1:30pm
Agribusiness Giant Monsanto, Producer of Herbicides and Genetically Modified Seeds
Russell Marchetta Told Council One Vacancy Existed on City's Boards When There Were Actually at Least Thirteen
Before the Grease Trucks, Route 18, or Globalization...
Hisani P. Dubose to Speak in Henry Guest House Monday at 3pm
Officials Did Not Notify Residents or Parents After Police Swept School For Bomb and Found Nothing
City of New Brunswick Remains Epicenter of Regional Hungarian Community
Julie Hermann to Take Office June 17, But Critics Are Already Calling For Her Ouster
City Says It's Working to Alleviate Recurring Problem with Culvert at Charles St.
150+ Companies Scheduled to Recruit All Day on College Avenue Campus of Rutgers
Ciclovia, a Popular Tradition Started in Colombia, Is Coming to the Hub City For First Time Ever
Research of Professors in Various Departments Supports Energy Efficiency and New Technology
Former Chief of U.S. Attorney’s Narcotics Unit Enters Third Week as Middlesex Prosecutor
Recently-Formed Coalition Promotes Climate Change Awareness
Conference Itself Was Postponed Three Months Due to Hurricane Sandy
Accident Occurred on Livingston Avenue at About 7:30pm
Assata Shakur was Convicted of Killing a NJ State Trooper in a Controversial 1977 Trial, But She Escaped Prison and Sought Asylum in Cuba
Smoking Ban Ordinance Scheduled for Tomorrow's Meeting
HEART Program Brings Aid Direct to Homeless Population
Outgoing Prosecutor Bruce Kaplan Leaves Office Amid Controversy
HEP/CAT Co-Founder John Burns Discusses Ties Between Homeless Empowerment and Community Development
Annual Week-long Protest Focuses on State Funding For Higher Education, Equal Tuition For Immigrants
Replacement Andrew Carey Will Be Sworn in Monday Morning
Local Police Were Recognized by President Obama For Involvement in Shootout
Roger Hode, the Man Who Killed Rutgers Student Cyclist in 2010, Sentenced
School Board President Ed Spencer Shuts Down Questioners at Public Meeting
Police and EMS Respond to Report of Gunfire at Bodega
Construction on Route 18 Overpass May Cause Heavy Delays on Both Highways
Community Invited to Join Campuswide Celebration Including Folk Festival & Parade
Judge Considering Motion to Throw Out Conviction of Two Ex-Employees
A Unique Event Taking Place in The Basement of New Brunswick's Oldest Restaurant
Operation Captures a Dozen Additional Suspects in Death of Richard Chang
Former Rutgers Player Returns to Alma Mater to Head Men's Basketball Program
26 Arrested in Total as Police Seize $250,000 Worth of Heroin and $150,000 in Cash
Students Presented Their Research That Spanned 60 Departments at Rutgers
Congressman Frank Pallone Says Federal Government Will Reimburse City For Some Expenses
Investigators: Tarek Barakat, 19, Fled the Scene and Hid His Vehicle at Storage Facility
Renters Union & Rutgers Student Legal Services Educate Renters on Their Rights
Incumbents Win First Election Handily
Deluge of Voters Expected in Final Hours
Rutgers Student Studying Education Lives on Hamilton St. and Mentors Kids at NBHS
Longtime Commercial Av. Resident Has Been a Rutgers Chemistry Prof. For Four Decades
Dewey Heights Resident is Former President of City Workers' Union
Rutgers Village Resident Has Been a Registered Nurse at RWJ For 40 Years
Web Developer Recently Bought His First Home on Woodbridge Street
Renaissance Station Resident is a Former Manager at County Board of Social Services
Most Large Districts in The Area Televise All Meetings on Public Access
Board of Education Candidates Expressed Varied Opinions on Tough Issue
Candidates Suggest Ways to Get Parents Involved, While Others Reflect on What They've Done in Past
Most City Schools Considered to Be "Significantly Lagging" Behind Their Peers
Questions Remain About How Block Party Spiraled Out of Control, Police Response
The Final Tally Was $503,641.77 For Embrace Kids Foundation
Authorities Still Investigating Accident That Occurred at Midnight Last Night
Broken Bottles & Torched Furniture Swept Up After Cops March in to Disperse Crowd
Police Tied Parysh Wood to Armed Robbery Using Cell Phone Data
Poets from Verbal Mayhem Invited to Perform at National Slam Poetry Competition
Locals & Visitors Cool Off at New Brunswick's Newest Froyo Shops
All Six Candidates Took The Stage For a Bilingual Forum That Featured Live Translation
College Student's Purse and Phone Found on George Washington Bridge Walkway
Unity Square Hosts a Bilingual Forum For Six Candidates Seeking Board Positions
Aneudi Rodriguez, a 25-Year-Old Man From New Brunswick, Perished in Accident
Rutgers' Top Lawyer John Wolf, Athletic Director Tim Pernetti, & Assistant Coach Jimmy Martelli Resign
Officials Have Known For Months of Fired Coach's Problematic Behavior
Original Photos Taken Between April 8 & June 14 Are Eligible
NBPD Officers Say That Akeem Williams Fired His Weapon First
City Police Shot and Wounded the Man in the Chest
Fire That Began at 328 Suydam Street Displaces At Least 20 People in 3 Homes
One Man Slashed Another in Altercation Being Investigated By City Police
Police: City Resident Juan Bernal Stole Over 2,000 Bottles From Cosmetics Company
Athletic Director Reverses Position As Public Pressure Mounts Against Mike Rice
Marisol Conde-Hernandez Acknowledged by Chivukula on Floor of NJ Assembly
Governor Christie Leads Metuchen's Barbara Buono in Polls as Primary Season Begins
Research Interns Team Up with Poets to Raise Awareness of Guantánamo Bay Prison History
Prof. Eddy Arnold's Work Has Focused on Fighting Virus That Causes AIDS
Fugitive Zaid Joseph Captured By US Marshalls in a Bronx Apartment
A Whodunit Gets It Done Right at Piscataway Theatre
Asked by New Brunswick Today's Editor to Have Attorney General Investigate, Christie Responded "Sure"