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John Krenos Leaves Board of Education, Creating Opening For Board to Appoint a Temporary Replacement
May 13, 2015
Latino Organizations Across NJ Voice Strong Disapproval After Governor Joins Lawsuit Against President's Order Protecting Millions From Deportation
May 11, 2015
Middlesex County Prosecutor Andrew Carey Calls Judge Dennis Nieves' Ruling a "Slap in The Face of The Public Trust"
May 11, 2015
At City Council Meeting, Public Can Ask Questions and Make Comments on $80 Million Budget and Proposed Capital Improvement Projects
May 6, 2015
"The Aspire" Received $4.8M in Sandy Relief Funds, Along With Over $60M in Government Loans, and Millions More in Tax Credits
May 4, 2015
County Clerk and Two Seats on the Freeholder Board Are Up For Election
May 4, 2015
Former Middlesex Co. Utilities Authority Treasurer/Comptroller Margaret Brennan Has Thus Far Avoided Jail Thanks to Retirement of Judge Ferencz
May 1, 2015
Christie Takes Questions From Press For First Time in Months, Critics of Police Brutality Seize on Decision to Send 150 State Police Officers to Baltimore
April 29, 2015
No Contract Exists Between Rutgers and Verificient Technologies, Yet Students Still Pay $32 Fee to Company For Online Test-taking Software
April 26, 2015
Independent Store Owner Affiliated With Staten-Island-Based "Key Food" Supermarket Chain Aims to Re-open Downtown Market in September
April 24, 2015
Democratic Senator Bob Menendez Allegedly Misused Power in Exchange For Gifts
April 21, 2015
One-Way Train Ticket From New Brunswick To New York Would Cost More Than $14
April 21, 2015
Three School Board Incumbents Seek to Keep Their Seats, But Face No Opposition
April 21, 2015
Aubrey Johnson Set to Become Next Superintendent of Schools in New Brunswick
April 21, 2015
New Bike Lanes on Suydam and Remsen, Three Ciclovia Events Scheduled For 2015
April 18, 2015
Moody's Downgrades Credit Rating Citing Increasingly Underfunded Pension System
April 18, 2015
City Notifies Public of Disinfection Failures, Monitoring Errors Over Four Months Later
April 17, 2015
With Rumors of Indictments Looming, NJ Gov. Hasn't Given Up Presidential Ambitions
April 15, 2015
In Apparent Conflict of Interest, Bob Barchi Makes $639,495 in Cash and Stock After Recent Sale of Company That Does Business With Rutgers
April 12, 2015
Another Poll Shows Christie Has Weak Support Among Republican Voters Nationwide
April 9, 2015
Of The Fourteen Seats in Middlesex County, Every Candidate is Running Unopposed
April 4, 2015
Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony Was Held to Rededicate the Edison Skatepark
April 4, 2015
RU Board of Governors Approves Speakers For Separate Graduation Ceremonies Next Month in Piscataway, Newark, and Camden
April 2, 2015
Frank Pallone Answered Questions in Informal Discussion on Rising Cost of Tuition
March 31, 2015
Anti-Abortion Group Touts Support of NJ Governor Who Once Described Himself as "Pro-Choice"
March 31, 2015
Just Five Months Into Job as City's Water Director, Alexei Walus Gets $10K Pay Cut For "Use of Derogatory and Inappropriate Language"
March 31, 2015
With Looming Presidential Election, Governor Sides With Republicans in Court Fight Over President Barack Obama's Executive Order
March 29, 2015
City of New Brunswick Originally Hoped to Begin Work on Damaged Road Last Summer
March 29, 2015
Autopsy Reveals Cause of Death For David Yearby, an African-American Man From Plainfield Who Passed Away on November 2
March 28, 2015
NJ Council of County Colleges Says It Will Review PARCC Achievement Levels, and "Compare Them to Scores We Now Use on Accuplacer, SAT, ACT"
March 28, 2015
New Brunswick Resident Jose Negron Speaks Out Against Court System
March 27, 2015
Regulations Only Affect Wells on Public Land, No Impact on Wells in Delaware River Basin
March 27, 2015
Six Weeks of Unanswered Emails Prompt Questioning at Town Council Worksession
March 26, 2015
University Represented by President Barchi and Rutgers-Newark's Giancarlo Tello
March 25, 2015
City-Sponsored Program Empowers Residents to Become Leaders on Their Block
March 23, 2015
Increase Would Cover Growing Costs, Hiring 15 New Cops, Improvements to Memorial Stadium, and Loss of Red Light Cameras
March 22, 2015
$360K Deal to Buy Land With Environmental Issues Approved Unanimously
March 21, 2015
Responsibility For Taking Down Red Light Cameras Lies With Companies, Say Officials in New Brunswick and Edison
March 21, 2015
Promotional Website For Huge New DEVCO-NBPA Development Includes Site Plans, Vague Brochure, and Some Curious Statements
March 15, 2015
Company Records Video of Students Taking Online Exams, But Verificient Technologies CEO Tim Dutta Took Issue With NBT Recording Phone Conversation
March 15, 2015
27 Arrests at Protest of Headquarters of The Children's Place in Seacaucus
March 13, 2015
New Brunswick's Food Desert Persists Almost a Year After FreshGrocer Closed
March 12, 2015
Officials Refuse to Answer Simple Questions on Environmental Issues at Property Owned by Retired Judge Being Purchased by the County
March 12, 2015
CASA of Middlesex County Accepting Applications Until End of March
March 12, 2015
Prosecutor's Office Seeks Public's Help Locating Man Who Failed to Show For Sentencing
March 11, 2015
After Condoleezza Rice Controversy, No Word From Administration on 2015 Speaker
March 9, 2015
Two of Four Elections Uncontested Since Board Switched From Appointed to Elected
March 8, 2015
Officials Briefly Butt Heads Over How Much Recycling Ends Up in Garbage at Schools
March 8, 2015
Controversial Standardized Tests Lead to More Opt-Outs in Affluent Districts, NB Superintendent Does Not Recommend Students or Parents Opt Out
March 7, 2015