NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ–Early developmental screenings for children ages 1 through 5 will be made available at the city's public library this Saturday, January 17, thanks to the Children’s Specialized Hospital.
At the New Brunswick Free Public Library, located at 60 Livingston Avenue, registration is encouraged for the free-of-charge developmental screenings, which will be held every 30 minutes from 10 AM to 5 PM.
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—Residents and visitors to New Brunswick are in for a treat this New Year’s Eve, as the city and local businesses teamed up for yet another to launch fireworks from the roof of a downtown hotel.
But that's just one of the highlights of an evening that the city's restaurants, bars, theaters, and clubs hope will bring them big business.
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—The Rutgers University Mock Trial Association (RUTMA) was first founded in 2005, and today is one of the most highly-competitive college mock trial organizations in the nation.
Every year, the teams receive a case packet from the American Mock Trial Association (AMTA), which they prepare to present and argue in mock trial competitions.
UPDATE (2:30PM): New Brunswick Mayor James Cahill announced that the tree lighting ceremony will be cancelled due to a planned protest in the area.
"Monument Square has also been announced as the planned destination for a group protesting the recent grand jury decisions in Ferguson, Mo. and New York," read a statement from the Mayor's office released at 2:20pm.
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—Alan Simpson, former Republican US Senator from Wyoming, discussed the world of politics during a guest appearance Friday morning November 22, in an event presented and hosted in Scott Hall by the Eagleton Institute of Politics.
Simpson served three six-year terms in the Senate and was the Republican whip from 1984-1994.