Please be advised that the National Weather Service has issued a heat advisory for today, Wednesday, July 2nd. Cooling stations will be open at the New Brunswick Free Public Library, 60 Livingston Avenue, and the New Brunswick Senior Center, 81 Huntington Street. The Senior Center is open 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and […]
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The history of the New Brunswick Fire Department evolved from the ash and dust of the first fires in 1764 into a selfless community service department of strong men and women, both mentally and physically. Firemen save not only houses, but the hearts that make it a home. Festivities will include a golf-outing, banquet, […]
The New Brunswick Community Farmers Market opens this Saturday, June 14th! This Farmers Market, designed for the community, embodies the City’s health initiatives to make healthy, fresh food available to all. Local vendors will have farm fresh food like produce, organically grown produce, eggs, honey, jam and more! Meet Your New Brunswick Community Farmers Market Vendors! Corazon Kitchen, […]
The New Brunswick Free Public Library is joining with The Conversation Tree & Conversation Cafés to provide a summer professional development opportunity for volunteers interested in learning how to support adult learners of English in Conversation Cafés. Conversation Cafés are informal conversation groups for community members, over the age of 18, welcoming all levels of English to practice with […]
Emphasizing the importance of health, fitness and education among our students is one example of New Brunswick’s City-wide initiatives. Initiatives like Ciclovia to the hundreds of community partners the City works with are some ways education and community combine to create new and innovative events to keep a healthy community. Recently, teachers at Paul Robeson Community School […]
New Brunswick’s streets are what takes us from place to place and without daily maintenance, litter and debris would clutter the community. Along with daily maintenance comes routine repairs. From such a frigid winter and temperatures fluctuating, City streets are scheduled to be repaired as follows in order to keep the streets safe for motor […]
Come see a gospel performance from the Belfast Community Gospel Choir, friends of the City of New Brunswick. The live performance is May 30th at 7:30 p.m. at Kirkpatrick Chapel. (Click above image to enlarge)
The New Brunswick Parking Authority understands the transportation needs of city residents and will offer an important option in a partnership with Enterprise CarShare as of May 15, 2014. Car sharing is part of the continuing effort of the NBPA in recognizing the need for sustainable alternatives in parking and transportation. Residents in the City […]
Sunday, May 4th the Softball League Latinos Unidos celebrated their first game, of their first season, and Mayor Cahill threw the first pitch. This is the league’s first year and includes players ages 40 and up.
New Brunswick streets were filled with people enjoying each other and walking, biking, dancing, skateboarding and rock climbing on Sunday for the City’s second Ciclovia. Were you there? Check out our photo album here.