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Seven New Officers Welcomed to the Ranks of the New Brunswick Police Department

Seven new police officers were welcomed to new ranks with our New Brunswick Police Department  during a ceremony before family, friends and fellow officers on January 15. Officers Guiseppi Fatula, Timothy Hagerty, James Perotti, Christopher Mohr, Julio Urena and Robert Taveras graduated this week from the Cape May Police Academy after 21 weeks of training. […]

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Leslie Zeledón Appointed as New City Clerk

New Brunswick City Council appointed Leslie R. Zeledón as the new City Clerk at its 2019 Reorganization Meeting at City Hall. Zeledón has served as Deputy Clerk for the City of New Brunswick since September 2011. She replaces longtime City Clerk Daniel A. Torrisi, who was appointed by Mayor Cahill to serve as City Administrator. […]

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NBPD Captain Promoted to Rank of Deputy Chief

Vincent Sabo, a Captain and Executive Officer with the New Brunswick Police Department, was promoted to the rank of Deputy Chief on January 8. Deputy Chief Sabo is a law enforcement professional with nearly 27 years of experience in the field. This new structure in the department’s chain of command will add another level of […]

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Code Blue in Effect for the Evening of Friday, January 11

Due to frigid temperatures, Code Blue will be in effect for the evening of Friday, January 11. Accordingly, the Henry Guest House, located at 58 Livingston Avenue (next to the New Brunswick Free Public Library) will be open overnight as a warming center between the hours of 7 p.m. tonight and 7 a.m. Saturday. Code Blue goes into effect when […]

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“Windows of Understanding” Public Art Project Returns This MLK Day

The New Brunswick Community Arts Council, Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University and the Highland Park Arts Commission announce the second annual “Windows of Understanding” public art project, an initiative that unites local artists, organizations and businesses to promote compassion and awareness around social justice issues impacting local communities. Nearly forty venues […]

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