NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—The New Brunswick Police Department (NBPD) announced they have signed onto “Project Medicine Drop,” an initiative which allows citizens to anonymously discard expired or unused prescription drugs at drop boxes in public buildings.

New Brunswick Police Headquarters, located at 25 Kirkpatrick Street, houses the latest drop box.

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—On Thursday, May 21 at noon, the Women’s League of Rutgers University (WLRU) will hold its annual luncheon at the Rutgers Club, located at 199 College Avenue.

The luncheon’s main speaker is Kofi Genfi, a technology consultant, spoken word artist, and freelance writer who will address “raising women’s self-awareness through community service.”

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—“Music, beer, and steaks is a blissful combination,” says Michael Parker, co-founder of Garden Steak, which has found a new home inside of the city's famous rock club, The Court Tavern.

Located at 124 Church Street, the Court now hosts the gourmet cheesesteak place, originally a standalone restaurant located right next door on Spring Street.

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—City police confirmed today that a 20-year-old man was struck by a car on Saturday at approximately 2:16 am the corner of Easton Avenue and Mine Street.

Homedel resident Timothy McDonnell was struck by a vehicle driven by 30-year-old Michael Schenck of Somerset.  Schenck was driving a 2007 four-door Audi towards the train station when the vehicle struck McDonnell, according to police.

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