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Elaine Flynn, Who Runs Middlesex County Elections, is Speaking at NB Public Library
30-Year-Old Man From Piscataway Strikes 65-Year-Old Woman on Highway
Big Payout Funded by Tuition-Payers and Taxpayers to Avoid Having Case Go to Trial
Perth Amboy Police Among More Than a Dozen Law Enforcement Agencies Thanked For Involvement in Major Investigation
One Broker Gave Thousands to Re-Election Fund of Mayor Jim Cahill, $1,500 to Previous NB Mayor's Campaign For State Senate
MCPO: 53-Year-Old Pradipkum Shah Killed in His Home on June 10
Zebra Tennis Team Finishes 11-9 Overall and Will Now Move to Red Division
Summer Run Concludes on June 18 in Voorhees Hall at Rutgers University
NJ Blood Services Encouraging Donations, Especially From O-Negative Donors
Two-and-a-Half-Year Ordeal Ends in Exoneration and Restitution For City Resident Who Lost His Job and Spent 70 Days in Prison
Two-and-a-Half-Year Ordeal Ends in Exoneration and Restitution For City Resident Who Lost His Job and Spent 70 Days in Prison
Freeholders Approve Expenses For Public Golf Courses That Were "Ignored" For Years Under Leadership of Richard Pucci
Highland Park Police Allegedly Struggled With Man Who Died at Hospital on June 2
Thomas Loughlin Personally Responded and Summoned City Firefighters After Utility Wires Left Piled Up on Second Ward Sidewalk
Partner in Out-of-County Law Firm Faces Criminal Charge For Lying About Crash
Google Co-Founder Owns Companies Racing to Make Small All-Electric Planes Reality
MCPO: Police Resolved "Potentially Dangerous Situation" on Federal Road on May 20
Sixth Annual "A Walk to Believe" 5K Raised $50,000 For Spinal Cord Research
Former Chief Benjamin Ruiz Terminated by City Less Than Two Weeks After Arrest For Trespassing
24-Year-Old Fugitive Jorge Ratliff Faces Second-Degree Robbery Charge
Central Jersey Coalition Against Endless War Hosts Screening of "She's Beautiful When She's Angry" Followed by Discussion
Homicide is Leading Cause of Death For Pregnant Women in the United States
Rice Withdrew From Speaking at Same Event Two Years Earlier, Barack Obama Called The Movement to Cancel Her Appearance "Misguided"
Schommer Observatory Welcomes Community to Public Viewing of Stars and Planets
The Run and Walk Has Raised Over $110K Since It Started in 2009
Source: Same Person Was Previously Targeted in Ongoing Family Dispute, This Time The Target's Brother Was Hit by Gunfire
November Mayor Election Matchups Set For Piscataway and East Brunswick, and Fourteen Other Middlesex County Municipalities With Contested Races
Hillary Clinton Earned 61% of The Vote in Middlesex County, But Millie Scott Had Highest Vote Total
NJ Democratic Presidential Primary Pits Hillary Clinton Against Bernie Sanders
Richard Koenigsberg Said District Had Denied His Requests for Aid During Graduation
Retired Sheriff's Officer "Peter" Pedro Pisar Running Against Current Officer David Pawski in June 7 Primary, Winner Will Face Incumbent Sheriff Millie Scott
One Defendant Looking at 25 Years in State Prison, The Other Faces 10-Year Sentence
Environmental Investigation Underway at Contaminated Site Eyed For Big Development
Rutgers Diversity Program Helps Undergraduates Pursue Science Careers
One Officer Who Was Behind The Wheel, and Two Who Tried to Cover Up What Happened Were Indicted by a Grand Jury
Triage Test Could Help Prevent Future Outbreaks of Ebola
Contest Between Big Ten's Newest Schools Has Been Moved to Bronx
"New Brunswick's Original Restaurant" Will Close This Summer if Deal Goes Through to Sell to Owners of "The Grove"
Embattled Water Utility Admits They Found Asbestos in Basement of Treatment Plant
HIstorically-Hungarian Neighborhood Hosts Annual Tradition Along Somerset Street
No Charges Filed Against Driver, Whose Identity Prosecutor Wanted to Withhold
Children's Specialized Hospital Celebrates 125 Years in New Jersey
Indians Who Move to USA Find Sense of Community in Centers That Cater to Their Cultural and Social Needs
After Reaching Agreement, Workers Returned to Their Jobs on May 31 and June 1
Gas Exploration Off Coast of The Atlantic Disallowed Through 2022
New Charges of Trespassing and Impersonating a Cop Come on Top of Unrelated Indictment on Theft, Official Misconduct, and Witness Tampering Charges
Dark Comedy "Terra Incognita" Presented by The Center for Investigative Reporting
Sheriff: Candice Burgess Has Been Suspended Without Pay For Six Days
Cancellation Forced USATF to Find New Venue For Grand Prix Event
Night of Free Fine Dining Using Traditional Food Pantry Ingredients to Raise Awareness for World Hunger Day
Top Cop Andrew Carey's Financial Disclosure Statements Omit Required Info, His Wife Represents Land Use Boards in Middlesex County
Barack Obama Becomes Seventh US President to Receive Honorary Degree
Anshe Emethe Community Development Corporation Affiliated With Hub City Temple Helps Babies and Young Kids
Senator Peter Barnes Becomes a Judge, Allowing Democrats to Promote Pat Diegnan to His Senate Seat, and Robert Karabinchak to Replace Diegnan in NJ Assembly
Immigration Agency Confirms Two Anonymous Individuals Were Apprehended
Manfredi Represents Housing Authorities in Hub City, Franklin, and 7 More Towns
E-Commerce Drives Burst In New Jersey Warehouse Rental Prices
County Utilities Authority Has Marketed Its Sewage Sludge as "MeadowLife" Fertilizer
Authorities Still Searching For Body of Baby, Now They Are Charging The Parents With Hindering Their Investigation and Desecration of Human Remains
New Building Survives Close Call as Blaze Burns Construction Material, Garbage, and Propane Tanks Atop Former Site of NB Theological Seminary
Payment to Victim's Family Ordered by Judge, Attacker on Way to Juvenile Detention
J&J Exec: "The Intersection of Technology and Healthcare is Spurring Innovation"
MCPO Doesn't Identify Suspect or Police Officer Who Fired a Shot at Him, Authorities Say It All Started When Suspect Ran a Red Light in New Brunswick
Scarlet Knights' Star Point Guard Will Return to Rutgers For Sophomore Season
Fire Department Washed Down Area And Provided Lighting as Contractor Dug Up Grassy Patch in Front of Remsen Avenue Home, and NBPD Detectives Went In and Out
Days Before He's Scheduled to Speak at Rutgers, Wendell Pierce of HBO's "The Wire" Arrested in Atlanta After a Political Disagreement Turned Physical
Did Middlesex County Overpay? Some Perth Amboy Residents Think So.
Coverage of Water Utility, Housing Authority, Johnson & Johnson, and Rutgers Yields Six Total Awards For Hub City's Free, Independent, Bilingual Community Newspaper
Police Searching For Newark Man as Crime is Revealed to Be More Serious Than Originally Reported by Authorities
"NeoStrata" Develops and Markets Specialty Skin Care Brands with Dermatologists
Sky Blue FC Suffers 2-1 Defeat to Western New York Flash on Mother’s Day Weekend
None of 25 Garden State Stores Are Closing For Good, According to List of Closures
Men's and Women's Teams Picked Up Big Wins Before Terps Ended Their Seasons
Late-Night Attack Happened Near Van Dyck Hall and Seminary Place
Edison Native Leonte Carroo and Three Others Rutgers Football Stars Go Pro
Bank of Princeton Located in Hub City Will Become Investors Bank as Chain Expands Into the Princeton and Philadelphia Markets
After Nine Years at 29 Easton Avenue, Legendary Shop Moves to Larger Space
City Has History of Lead Poisoning and Covering Up Problems With Drinking Water
"Real Sports" Segment Focuses on College Athletics Arms Race That Cost RU $312M
Better World Café in Highland Park and Better World Market in Franklin Closed
Plan Took 16 Years to Go Into Effect, Will Protect Local and State Employees
ODASIS Looking Ahead to the Future After Celebration of Three Decades on Campus
Police Spokesman Light on Details, Citing Ongoing Investigation
Largest Hospital Chain in NJ Wants to Keep Board Members' Identities a Secret
Grant Shines as Scarlet Tops White in Rutgers Football Spring Game
"Motion: New Dance Works" is coLAB Arts' Annual Dance Showcase
Camden, New Brunswick and Newark Host Annual Rutgers Day Celebrations
Source: Warrant Execution Called Off at Piscataway Residence of Kevin Harris
2016 Campaign Begins With a Twist: Garlatti Decides Not to Seek Re-election
Cuts Would Affect Disadvantaged College Students Across New Jersey
Law Firm, Debt Buyer Must Pay Total of $2.5 Million to CFPB Civil Penalty Fund
The Comedians Visit New Brunswick For a Surprise Do-Over in New Brunswick
Under New Coach, Scarlet Knights Football Team Added Four 2017 Commits in 8 Days
Brought to You by PRAB, Unity Square, New Labor, & Esperanza Neighborhood Project
Revelation of Settlement Shows Pelvic Mesh Burden May Be Costly For Corporation
Trail Behind the University Inn and Conference Center Being Revitalized Thanks to Environmental Clubs
Best-Selling Book Turned Into Play Being Performed at GSP Through May 1
New Brunswick Ciclovia Opens Streets For Community To Enjoy Family-Friendly Activities and Free Space
First Rutgers University Crime Alert Since Late February 27