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Large Crowd Pleaded With Officials to Oppose Plan to Build Gas Pipeline Underneath Raritan Bay and Through Old Bridge, Sayreville, and The Amboys
May 3, 2017
Pediatrician and Anti-fracking Advocate Spoke on Risks of Proposed Pipeline
April 19, 2017
Deer Populations Are Self-Regulating So Hunting Leads to More Procreation
November 21, 2016
NJ High School Students Get a Taste of College on New Brunswick Campus
August 15, 2016
County Utilities Authority Has Marketed Its Sewage Sludge as "MeadowLife" Fertilizer
May 22, 2016
Trail Behind the University Inn and Conference Center Being Revitalized Thanks to Environmental Clubs
April 22, 2016
Invasive Species Raises Questions About Fiscal Responsibility of City Tree Choices
April 14, 2016
See Who Mayor James Cahill Appointed to Hub City's Newest Government Body
February 29, 2016
Landfill in East Brunswick Would Rise 55 Feet to Absorb Another Decade of Waste
February 27, 2016
MCIA Book Recycling Program Sees Strongest Year in History With Addition of Roosevelt Elementary in NB and Mauger Middle School in Middlesex
February 12, 2016
March Begins at Suydam Street Reformed Church at 10AM
October 15, 2015
Three Times a Year, City Celebrates Healthy, Active Living by Closing Streets to Cars
October 1, 2015
The Tradition Continues on September 27 in Boyd Park
September 23, 2015
Annual Event Encourages Visitors to Reimagine What Could Be If Parking Were Replaced by Parks
September 23, 2015
Unity Square Hosts Film Screening and Discussion at 81 Remsen Ave. on August 19
August 17, 2015
Regulations Only Affect Wells on Public Land, No Impact on Wells in Delaware River Basin
March 27, 2015
City-Sponsored Program Empowers Residents to Become Leaders on Their Block
March 23, 2015
Lower Raritan Watershed Partnership to Address Water Quality Issues Monday and Tuesday at Elks Lodge
March 8, 2015
Inventory Would Have Been Funded by PSE&G, Accounting For Environmental Resources in New Brunswick
February 7, 2015
Commission Plans Community Garden Tour For April 18 in Second Ward
February 6, 2015
City of New Brunswick Hopes myWaste Application Will Be Popular Among Rutgers Sizable Off-campus Student Population
October 8, 2014
Part of a Nationwide Movement, Rutgers Planning School Gets Involved For Second Year
September 24, 2014
In Advance of UN Summit, Upwards of 100,000 Protesters Expected to Descend on NYC
September 20, 2014
New Brunswick Residents Grow Produce at Nine Gardens Throughout the City
September 8, 2014
Next Cleanup Event Scheduled to Meet 10AM on Sept. 6 at Corner of Lee and Seaman
September 3, 2014
Rutgers Scientists Led by Geologist Gregory Mountain Plan to Bombard Jersey Seabed with Seismic Wave Tests
May 30, 2014
Educational Potluck Supper Held in Honor of Earth Day
April 22, 2014
New Brunswick Plans Week of Activities to Keep City Clean
April 21, 2014
For Nearly a Century, Rutgers Gardens Has Offered Natural Retreat to All
March 28, 2014
Citizens Campaign Hosting Free Event at Rutgers University's College Ave. Campus
March 10, 2014
Officials Consider First Ciclovia Event a Success, Planning For Future Installments
December 4, 2013
City Council Was Reluctant at First, But Eventually Came Around to Pass Strong Law Against Oil & Gas Drilling
October 3, 2013
City Clerk Approves Petition Signed by 500 Registered Voters in New Brunswick
September 25, 2013
Work on New Bridge to Begin This Winter
September 11, 2013
Banks of Mile Run Brook Yielded 50+ Bags of Litter, a Mattress, Broken Windows, and a Gun
August 1, 2013
Russell Marchetta Told Council One Vacancy Existed on City's Boards When There Were Actually at Least Thirteen
June 3, 2013
Agribusiness Giant Monsanto, Producer of Herbicides and Genetically Modified Seeds
June 3, 2013
Recently-Formed Coalition Promotes Climate Change Awareness
May 20, 2013
Electric Car Charging Stations Coming Soon to Two Public Parking Garages
February 18, 2013