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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
Injured Student Remains at Robert Wood Johnson Univ. Hospital with Leg Injury
Eyewitness on Twitter: "The Cop was Speeding in the Bus Lane"
RUPD Officer's Carefully Worded Radio Transmission to Headquarters: "Student Jumped Between Buses And Hit the Patrol Car."
Another Year in a Warehouse for Redshaw Elementary Students, as State Slowly Begins Process of Replacing School it Tore Down in 2006
Four Hospitalized in New Brunswick Accidents Including Two Children
Jesse "The Body" Ventura Signed Copies of His New Book at City's New Barnes & Noble Bookstore
City Police Responded to Report of a Man Threatening to Blow Up Parking Garage
Mexican Independence Day Celebration in Buccluech Park Today
Second Time in 10 Weeks a Large Truck Has Crashed at This Intersection
Six Buildings Will be Demolished to Build a New New Brunswick Theological Seminary
Check the Official Map of the First Public Bike Lanes in New Brunswick History
Middlesex County Says its the First Rabid Animal Found in NB This Year
Police Say Suspect, Who Remains At-Large, Went After His Victims Specifically
Brunswick-Based Non-Profit Helps Low-Income People Start Businesses Across Central New Jersey
Originally From New Brunswick, Band Continues to Gain Worldwide Popularity
Corey Stewart Was Arrested in His Home One Day After He Allegedly Sexually Assaulted an 18-Year-Old Woman During a Break-In
Lawsuit: Police Busted Down Wrong Door, Beat 2 Innocent Rutgers Students in Their Home
Magazine Ranked NBHS 11 Spots Lower This Year Due to 58.8% Graduation Rate
Series of Compromises Leaves RU-Camden Intact, UMDNJ to Largely Re-Join Rutgers
Brad Berdel Violated 3 Police Procedures the Night He Killed an Unarmed Man
Court Says It Can't Punish Violation Because No Formal Action Was Taken
No Injuries in Blaze at Gated Community off Van Dyke Ave.
Problems Persist Even After the County Redesigned Mile Run Bridge in 2008
Two Boys' Deaths Ruled Accidental
NBPD Confirms Bodies Belonged to Francisco Pereira & Devine Nicholas
Friends, Ages 10 & 11, Went Missing Around 6pm Sunday Night
Zhiping Pang Given Prestigious Award by Brain & Behavior Research Foundation
Jazz, Blues, Bomba, & Kids' Music Among Many Genres Booked for "Hub City Sounds" Starting Aug. 11
Mixed Results in Trials of 2 Arrested at Sept. 30 Protest Against NBPD Killing
Parking Authority Will Also Move Their HQ to 6th Floor Office in Late September
Famous Rock Club Will Keep Old Name Under New Owner
Casa DiLusso Condo Board Members Didn't Return Reporter's Phone Calls
Police Shooting Victim Files Federal Lawsuit Against City and County
Bike Lanes Could be Ready by November on Several City Streets
After Program Was Abolished in 1990's, City Tried to Bring it Back Once Before
The Cancer Institute of New Jersey's Annual Bicycle Ride Hopes to Raise $250K

The Century for the Cure bicycling benefit was started by Scott Glickman a Warren Township resident in 2005. The benefit is seven years and still going strong raising up to $825,000 to finding a cure for cancer.

The Nation's Leading News Agency Sued the NBPD to Secure Records and a Phone Call That Exposed NYPD Operation in Downtown Apartment Building
Long-awaited Project Will Replace Storm Sewer and Re-build Street
Alliance Being Considered For Somerset Medical Center & RWJUH to "Better Meet Healthcare Needs" of Central NJ
Sources Say There May be a Criminal Investigation into Nicholas Sewitch, Who Left the Middlesex County Prosecutor's Office After 28 Years on July 1
James Coleman Apprehended After Allegedly Ramming a Police Car

James Coleman, a 44-year-old, North Brunswick resident led authorities on a chase throughout North Brunswick and New Brunswick before crashing his car into a pole on the corner of Remsen Avenue and Lee Avenue.

Increase Means In-State Students Will Pay Extra $318 For One Year of School; Housing & Meal Plans Increasing As Well
Director: "We Have Disciplined Employees for Drug Use and It Will Continue"
TK Shamy, an Assistant City Attorney, is Not Supposed to Be Receiving Pension Credits, According to the State Comptroller
Mayor Cahill's Office Employs Six Staff Members Who Will Share $382,727 This Year
State Investigation Reveals Prosecutors, Public Defender, & Other Attorneys For New Brunswick Are Accumulating Pension Credits Despite Being Ineligible For Pensions
Jazz Events Are a Booming New Attraction at Several Establishments

The Project hosts weekly live performance at a variety of different local venues and restaurants in downtown New Brunswick. 

Mamoun's Falafels and Brother Jimmy's BBQ, Both Well-Known in the Big Apple, Prepare to Open New Brunswick Stores
Badrax Tax Consultants Still Open for Business on Livingston Avenue
Investors Say J&J's Decentralized Management Gives Leadership "Plausible Deniability"
Food & Beverage Specials at 25 Restaurants in New Brunswick
Ryshawn Hameen Cromedy Arrested After Someone Called the Police to Report a Man With a Gun
Michael John Davidson Facing Federal Charges For Attempting to Board International Flight At Newark Airport
Although Crucial $52M Tax Credit From NJ-EDA Remains Up in the Air, Developer Hopes to Start Work This Fall
City Council Approves Transfer of License Formerly Held By Marita's Cantina
More Legal Payments Likely to Defend Officers Brad Berdel and Daniel Mazan in Civil Suit
One-Third of Properties on Industrial Road Owned By Elizabeth Garlatti's Husband
Spoke In Support of New Councilman Chosen to Replace Jimmie Cook, Jr.
Pharmaceutical Giant Wants to Market Bedaquiline, a Drug Created by J&J’s Janssen Research & Development
Richard McCormick Was Seen Moving into One Spring Street on Monday
Corporate-Owned Store May Compete With Independently-Owned Rockoff Hall Store
New Brunswick and Highland Park Team Up to Celebrate Independence Day Early
Kevin Jones Resigned for Personal Reasons Last Year, And Has Been Under Investigation for Voter Fraud In Most Recent Election
City Officials Can't Say How Much Money They've Made or If They Have Made Intersection Any Safer
At 2:30 am, Police Responded to a Shots Fired Call to Find Two Men Injured, Including One Shot in the Mouth
On President Richard McCormick's Last Day in Office, Rutgers Announces Private Developer's Plan to Transform College Ave. with $52M in State Tax Credits
Jumper Taken To Dock In Highland Park by Good Samaritans Before Being Hospitalized
Police and Fire Personnel Searched Neighborhood For Almost an Hour Before Locating Unconscious Child in Backyard Pool on Laurel Place
Anish Joshi Was a Member of the City's Environmental Commission and Ran a Law Practice On Paterson Street
County Freeholder Who Manages Property & Homeowner's Association Board Silent
Johnson & Johnson Has Been Under Pressure to Leave the American Legislative Exchange Council, In Response to Recent Controversies
Leading US News Agency Denied 911 Tapes & Documents From 2009 Debacle That Exposed Controversial Spy Operation
Winners Move on to National Championships in Akron, Ohio
J&J Expects to Take a One-Time $600 Million Charge to Cover Several Federal and State Civil Suits
Sodexo Will Take Over Lucrative Business at Sporting Events July 1, Says AD

Dining Services is set to hand over control of the lucrative concessions business at Rutgers sporting events to Sodexo, a French multinational corporation on July 1.

University Was Given $2.4M to Study Mental Health Risks and Genetics of U.S. Military Suicides
Route 1 Southbound Shut Down For Hours as HAZMAT Crew Cleans Up The Mess
New Brunswick Mayor's Aide Was Also The Runner-Up For Trenton's Police Director Position

And that's not the only connection between the police departments of Trenton and New Brunswick.

Police Are Investigating A Shooting in a Suydam Street Home That Took Place Tuesday Afternoon

The police are currently investigating an incident where a man was shot multiple times in his home on Suydam St. at 2:30 in the afternoon.

Fire and EMS Responded to Fire Alarms at 99 Bayard Around Noon on Thursday

Emergency vehicles closed Bayard Street between Joyce Kilmer Ave and Kirkpatrick St to extinguish the fire.

Pharmaceutical Giant Was Hoping FDA Would Authorize Xarelto to Be Marketed for Acute Coronary Syndrome

FDA voted 4-6 against expanding the use of Johnson & Johnson's blood thinner Xarelto. Johnson & Johnson's subsidiary company Janssen Research and Development wanted to expand the use of the drug to treatpatients with acute coronary syndrome.

New Program is Thanks to Citizens Who Opposed a Law That Would Have Ended All Bulk Pick-ups From May 10 to June 10, When They Are Needed Most

Read on to find out how citizens were able to stop a bad law from being passed and get Rutgers and the city government to work together for a change.

Food Vendors, Face-Painting, Live Music & Dunk Tank Among Attractions at Event

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—Hundreds of community members came out to the dead-end block of Sandford Street next to the headquarters of the Puerto Rican Action Board (PRAB).

Officers Say Ahmad Reddice Tried to Flee Before Stopping to Point a Loaded Handgun in Their Direction Before Fleeing Again

On Thursday, Ahmad Reddice of Irvington, was arrested in a house on Reservoir Avenue was charged with resisting arrest, aggravated assault on an officer, and unlawful possession of a weapon.

Outgoing President Richard McCormick Surprised With Honorary Degree

PISCATAWAY, NJ—In a ceremony that was likely extra special for the thousands of mothers who watched their children graduate on Mother's Day, Rutgers extended degrees to a record 13,465 students.

Robert Wood Johnson Collaboration with Devco and NBPA Set to Open This Fall

Robert Wood Johnson Univ. Hospital is teaming up with the FreshGrocer, a Pennsylvania-based supermarket chain, to include a grocery store to the Wellness Center that will be opening in October in downtown New Brunswick.

Department of Cell Biology and Neuroscience Gets a $3M While Motorola Chairman Speaks at Graduation

The Gregory Q. Brown Endowed Chair in Rutgers University’s Department of Cell Biology and Neuroscience received two donations of $1.5 million by Motorola Solutions, while another $1.5 million to research stroke, Alzheimer’s disease, brain and spinal cord injuries came from an anonymous donor.

Former Rutgers Student Sentenced to 30 Days at Middlesex County Workhouse and 3 Years Probation

Dharun Ravi was sentenced to 30 days in county jail Monday in downtown New Brunswick.

Gym Prepares to Resume Operations with Community Involvement Front and Center

The New Brunswick Boxing Gym is set to re-open soon on Jersey Ave.

NewBrunswickToday.com Editor Forceably Removed From Fulton Square Homeowners' Association Meeting By Board Member

An action-packed meeting included the first public statements of Middlesex County Freeholder James Polos, since a man was killed by a stray bullet twelve days earlier on a property he manages.  Also, read on to find out who forceably escorted our editor out of the meeting...

Officer Brad Berdel Not Indicted by 23-Member Grand Jury in Killing of Barry Deloatch

Deloatch's two adult sons found out from a Middlesex County Prosecutor's Office press release.