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Peter Greer, 38, Was Arrested in Unrelated Case Before Allegedly Confessing to FBI
Rutgers School of Communication to Start Construction on New Annex Building
Holi Day Festival Draws More Than 150 People to City Library
Brian Clements, 51, Struck and Killed Woman on Somerset Street
Officials and Second-Graders Participated in Hopeful Ceremony Thursday
Benjamin Caturano, 22, Among Four Charged by Immigrations & Customs Enforcement
Shooting Suspects Escape But Another Man is Arrested For Selling Marijuana
Andrew Gottfried, 19, Found Dead in His Room on Last Day Before Spring Break
American Nursing Association Gives RWJ Award for Outstanding Nursing Quality
New Brunswick Officers Received National Recognition For Their Efforts
Comedian Wrote For Conan O'Brien Before Producing His Own Television Shows
Roger Hode, 43, Admits to Driving Recklessly in December 2010 Accident
Irish Food Available at Local Establishments
FIFA World Cup Trophy Will Be Given to Winner of 2014 World Cup
New Brunswick's Alfa Art Took Time to Acknowledge Their Interns at Celebration
World-Renowned Linguist Shares Video Response to PCRF Prompts
Blanquita Valenti Asks Voters for 4th Term as Her Former Running Mate Resigns to Become Superior Court Judge
Wendy Rodriguez Struck When She Allegedly "Darted" Across a Suydam Street Crosswalk
Parked Vehicles Were Removed From New Brunswick's "Snow Emergency Routes" As Storm Pummeled New Brunswick
Voters Asked to Approve $195.9 Million District Budget That Includes $27.3 Million in Local Taxes
Promise House Low-Income Units Are Located at 191 Redmond Street
School Board's Secretary Prematurely Published a Flawed Election Announcement With Incorrect Headline and No Explicit Petition Deadline for Candidates
Culinary School Will Be Showcasing Their Programs February 28 & March 12
Ronald Hush and Diana Fajardo Were Asked About Decision to Submit Candidate Petitions Three Days After Advertised Deadline
City Council Blindsided by News of Ex-Lt.'s Return to Police Force as Patrolman
Attorneys For School Board and Middlesex County Disagree on Whether The Election Was Properly Advertised
All Three Incumbents to Run on Their Record and Face Challengers For The First Time
Candidates Covertly Submitted Their Petitions After Advertised Deadline And Got Away With It
Most Member of the Divas & Gents Drum and Drill Squad Are From New Brunswick
Student Government Will Host President Robert Barchi at Public Meeting Tonight
Recreation Park Getting a Makeover This Year That Will Add Parking, Community Garden, and a Skate Park
Rutgers University President Says 141-Year-Old Museum Will Not Close
White Rose System, The Old-School Diner Known For its Fast Service Setting Up Shop on Easton Avenue This Spring
Electric Car Charging Stations Coming Soon to Two Public Parking Garages
Anthony Barber, a Former City Cop, Replaces Newly-Elected City Councilman John Anderson
Every ATM on Rutgers University's Campus Now Operated by One Bank
Lower Charges For Lawsuits, Combined With Sales Increases, Boosted Profits
However, Those Parked on "Snow Emergency Routes" Will Be Towed
Boraie Could be First to Score a Long-Term Tax Abatement Since Mayor's Re-Election
Rumor Has it Museum Will Be Converted to Auditorium
RU Expected to Relocate Famed Food Trucks to Rutgers Student Center
Jury Convicted Emil Hanna and Emad Naguib of Official Misconduct, But Declined to Convict on Additional Charges
Barbara Buono Campaign Launch Event Scheduled for February 2 at NBHS
Store Closed For Remainder of The Day, Maybe Longer
Two Candidates Supported by Existing Political Machinery Will Join Board of Education
Establishment Candidates Were Missing in Action, Unresponsive to All Communication
Listen to Police Radio Transmissions From the Foot Pursuit of One of the Suspects
Details Scarce on Victim's Status and Investigation
Middlesex County Clerk Elaine Flynn Accepted Petitions From Two Candidates for School Board Days After Advertised Deadline
New Brunswick Parking Authority Hopes to Fill up Two Recently-Built Decks By Phasing Out Older Garages
Local Hospital is a Regional Leader in Delivering Babies
Bob Colonna Passed Away Dec. 20th, Leaving Behind Two Young Children
City Council Named New President and Vice President, Doled Out Assignments, & Welcomed New Member John Anderson
Meetings Are Open to The Public, and Include a Portion Where Anyone Can Ask Questions & Make Comments
Second Time He Has Been Caught Out-of-State With Large Amount of Weed
NewBrunswickToday.com Celebrates Our First Year Covering the City We Love
Perez, a New Brunswick Resident, is Only the Second Latino to Serve on the Board of Governors in School History
Sadat X of the Legendary NY Group Brand Nubian Will Be Performing Alongside Local Acts
Mayor Cahill Loses Power to Appoint Board of Education Members
October 22 March Drew Large Crowd, Including Three City Council Members
New Brunswick Resident Joshua Negron Killed by Multiple Gunshots
Alan Goldman Recieves Award for Work to Develop Cleaner Fuels
Board of Election's Rejection of Provisional Ballots Challenged by "Vote Yes" Campaign
17-Year-Old Junio Moronto Killed at Corner of Remsen Av. & Hale St.
The Middlesex County Prosecutor's Office Arrested Patricia Ruggeri at Her New Job
Darryll Underwood Served While Being Held on Last Month's Easton Avenue Shooting
Thirteen Votes Separate YES and NO Camps with Over 6,000 Ballots Counted & Probably Hundreds More to Go
Elected School Board Alone Won't Fix District, But It's Step in Right Direction
Voters Likely to Approve $750M to Build New Facilities, Repair Existing Campus Buildings Across NJ
NB School Board Member Dale Caldwell was Mayor Tony Mack's Preferred Choice for Superintendent Before Mack's Arrest in September
Dewey Heights, Tov Manor, and other Communities Will Not Vote at Usual Place
Mayor's Campaign Gave 85% of Reported Funding to Ironically-Named "Committee to Keep Politics Out of Our Schools"
Many Areas of New Brunswick Remain Dark Tonight, as City Gas Stations Draw Huge Lines
City's New Water Director Started Job Two Weeks Ago
Transformer Fires, Downed Trees, & Power Outages Wreak Havoc on Hub City
City Schools Closed Until Wednesday, Monday's Trash Pickup Cancelled
"Tear Up Your Student Debt" Rally Shines Light on University's Contract with Student Debt Collector
Officer Behind the Wheel & Pedestrian Victim Both Violated Rules of the Road at Dangerous Intersection
Two Additional Arrests Made in September's Murder of 19-year-old Joshua Zhou
Walk-Ins Welcome as New Fitness Center Looks to Hire Staff
Prosecutor: City Man Shot in Same Incident was an Acquaintance of Deceased
Free Events Friday and Saturday at Local Restaurants, Followed by Sunday Extravaganza at the Hyatt
No Summonses Issued in Accident That Seriously Injured a Rutgers Senior
21-Year-Old Rutgers Senior will Miss Semester Under Doctor's Orders After RUPD Car Fractured His Leg Sept. 19
Multiple-Alarm Fire Caused Department to Create a "Collapse Zone," According to Emergency Radio Transmissions
Devco Says They Are Looking to Sell the Building to a National Developer of Student Housing
Two "Yes" or "No" Questions on Presidential Ballot Could Have Big Impact on Education in New Brunswick
Sources Say Drugs & Gangs May Have Played a Role in Shooting Death of Beloved Raritan Valley Community College Student & Graduate of Franklin HS
Sunny Transportation Van Strikes and Kills Man with Walker in Front of RWJ Gamma Knife Center
Dawonne Cooper, of Fernwood Court, Faces $1M Bail With No 10% Option
Joshua "Chino" Zhou Died After Being Shot in Chest and Shoulder
Man Killed in Robinson Street Basement is Fifth Shooting Victim in City This Month
Unbelievable Car Accident on Hamilton Street
Unidentified 21-Year-Old Student From Wayne Hospitalized with Serious Leg Injury Last Wednesday
In its Fourth Year, the Collaborative Effort of J&J, Rutgers, & City of New Brunswick Provides Healthy Local Food at Jones Avenue Location
Devco's Wellness Plaza Project will Include a Grocery Store and Fitness Center
New Coach Kyle Flood off to 4-0 Start as Knights Ranked #23 Team in USA
Born & Raised Resident Attended Nearly Every New Brunswick City Council Meeting for Over a Decade