Video obtained by New Brunswick Today shows the man New Brunswick police are warning people about: a serial voyeur creeping on women in the Fifth and Sixth Wards of the city.
The county’s Board of Elections has installed 32 secure ballot boxes for voters to deliver mail-in ballots and approved 97 locations where voters can cast ballots on November 3.
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic and a delay to the school’s football season, Rutgers University has paid its head football coach more than $3 million before the team’s first game with him in charge.
A secret city plan in place for at least six months will soon have to be released to New Brunswick Today, after Superior Court Judge Alberto Rivas ruled in favor of our lawsuit against the government.
In May, the New Brunswick-based corporation said it “will wind down the commercialization of talc-based Baby Powder in the US and Canada in the coming months,” adding that “existing inventory will continue to be sold through retailers until it runs out.” But that’s not enough, says “Black Women for Wellness,” one of the many advocacy groups pushing for J&J to stop selling its baby powder worldwide.
The President of the United States appears to have contracted the dreaded coronavirus and brought it with him to New Jersey.
It’s been over two weeks since nine people were shot and two young lives were cut short in a hail of gunfire on Delafield Street.