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After Three Years in NBPA-Owned Location, Supermarket Downsizes Significantly
Empty Superfresh Aisle
The Hub City Superfresh recently cleared a section of the market on the end closest to Paterson Street, to reduce its size. Dave Schatz

Watch as the city's Planning Board unanimously approves a site plan for New Brunswick Development Corporation (DEVCO) to build two new theatres and a 207-unit apartment building on the current site of the George Street Playhouse and Crossroads Theatre, along with an attached 344-space parking garage along Bayard Street, to be operated by the New Brunswick Parking Authority (NBPA).  Philadelphia-based Pennrose Properties will manage the apartments.

Anthony Vignuolo and Leonard Bier Replaced in Jobs Representing City Agencies
Anthony Vignuolo
Anthony "Tony" Vignuolo Charlie Kratovil

Demolition Company Run by Convicted Felon Blamed For Spill Upstream From NB Water Utility Pumping Station
Ford Ave. Rendering
A promotional image touting a development plan that has been in the works for more than a decade. Milltown Ford Ave. Redevelopment Agency

Wooden Boards Affixed to New Rutgers-DEVCO Building Slated to Become Starbucks
Future Starbucks
This new building has been modified to make it harder to climb after a student Charlie Kratovil

Young Woman Hospitalized After Climbing on Top of Future Starbucks Building
Future Starbucks
You can see one of the pieces of wood near the top of the future Starbucks is missing. Charlie Kratovil