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Sports Coaches to Collect Larger Salaries Than Incoming RU President

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—Over the past three months, the Rutgers University Board of Governors held three special meetings to approve contracts for highly-paid employees, including a new University President. The board approved an eight-year, $4 million-per-year contract for the football coach and a contract extension for the current basketball coach which could see him making up […]

Posted inGovernment & Politics

New Voting Machines Will Make Debut in Edison and Woodbridge on March 10

EDISON, NJ—On March 10, the citizens of Edison and Woodbridge will be casting ballots on new electronic voting machines for the first time in over two decades. While some of the Middlesex County’s new “ExpressVote XL” machines have already arrived at the Board of Elections warehouse in Edison, the bulk of the $7.6 million equipment […]

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Hating on His Own Party, Dem Zoning Chair Spreads False Claims About “Illegals”

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—The Chairman of the city’s Zoning Board spread bad information on his public Facebook page, some of it targeting his own political party. John Cox, a Mayor-appointed board member for 18 years, has repeatedly spread false claims about so-called “illegals” who “belong in jail” and attacks on “dummycrats” despite being a registered Democrat […]

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Retired Bishop Ahr Athletic Director Given Interim AD Job at NBHS

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ–Mike Wolfthal started as the interim New Brunswick High School Athletic Director on November 25, according to TapInto New Brunswick. Wolfthal was previously the Athletic Director at Bishop Ahr, a Catholic school in Edison. In March, he announced his retirement from that position, shortly before the school changed its name back to St. […]

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New Brunswick’s State Senator Orders Arrests of Protesters at Statehouse

TRENTON, NJ–Bob Smith, one of New Brunswick’s elected representatives, ordered State Troopers to arrest members of the public who clapped and cheered at a public hearing of one his committees on November 18. Governor Phil Murphy criticized the committee for its decision to have one activist in particular removed from the hearing, calling it “completely […]