Charlie is the founder and editor of New Brunswick Today, and the winner of the Awbrey Award for Community-Oriented Local Journalism. He is a proud Rutgers University journalism graduate and a community organizer, and was an independent candidate for Mayor of New Brunswick in 2018.
The Rutgers University Police Department arrested two athletes on the school’s football team after they allegedly shot three people with paintballs while driving around Rutgers’ Livingston campus on the night of September 20.Continue Reading
The President of the New Brunswick Board of Education “will be issued a direct and stern warning,” according to prosecutors, after he remained maskless while presiding over the board’s August 17 meeting.Continue Reading
Timothy Hyungrock Haahs, a Presidential appointee and prominent player in the US parking business with deep ties to the New Brunswick and Middlesex County government, was found guilty of indecent assault in a Pennsylvania court late last year.Continue Reading
Over the past ten years, New Brunswick didn’t grow as fast as its neighbors or Middlesex County as a whole, despite a slew of significant construction projects that built new housing units.Continue Reading
School district officials refused to say if they ever notified parents about the June 9 evacuation and relocation of hundreds of McKinley School students, apparently due to a bomb threat.Continue Reading
Middlesex County Republican Organization Chairwoman Lucille Panos says she will likely step down from her position and not seek re-election at this year’s party re-organization meeting.Continue Reading
Despite being home to the worldwide headquarters of vaccine maker Johnson & Johnson, and being nicknamed “The Healthcare City,” less than one-third of the New Brunswick’s eligible residents have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.Continue Reading