NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – The owner of a Geographic Information System (GIS) company based in downtown New Brunswick is able to spend Christmas with his family after he and his son were detained by federal immigration authorities for over two months.
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – Jack Klugman, famous for his roles in Quincy M.E. and The Odd Couple, is the last living cast member of the 1957 film, "Twelve Angry Men," according to a report on NJ.com.
He will once again play Juror No. 9 at the George Street Playhouse's theatrical version of the classic. The show will run from March 13 to April 8, according to the report.
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – Rutgers University's administration appears poised to go to war with unions representing their faculty and staff. In a surprising move this month, the University's Board of Governors in effect voted to punish unionized workers by granting raises and bonuses to non-union employees only this year.
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – Like it or not, New Brunswick's Congressman will most likely be a Democrat for much, if not all, of the next 10 years.
A commission charged with re-drawing New Jersey's thirteen Congressional districts into just twelve decided to go with the Republican team's proposal in a 7-6 vote this morning at the Heldrich Hotel in downtown New Brunswick.
UPDATE: New video of Bill Bray and Tormel Pittman's shouting match is below.
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – On Wednesday, the City of New Brunswick released the only video of the December 7 public shouting match between city activist Tormel Pittman, and Bill Bray, the Mayor's spokesman who left the administration two days later.
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – One man can make a difference. His name is Charlie Renda.
When the City Council introduced a new law to ban bicycles from all city sidewalks in September, cyclists including Mr. Renda spoke out against the measure. The Council tabled the law, and the city's administration responded with a new proposal that was much more comprehensive, but still included the same steep penalties for violators.
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – As Governor Christie prepares to embark on the second half of his four-year term, some of his closest cabinet members have been leaving the administration.
On Thursday, it was announced that Richard Bagger, Christie's Chief of Staff since he took office, will be resigning his position and taking a job as a senior vice president at CelGene Corp., a multinational biopharmaceutical company based in Summit.