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NBFD Celebrates 250 Years!

The New Brunswick Fire Department will celebrate 250 years of service to the City of New Brunswick with a weeklong roster of events celebrating the department’s detailed history. The New Brunswick Fire Department dates back to 1764, when the first Bucket Company was formally organized. For 150 years, New Brunswick Fire Department was staffed entirely […]

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Hub City Sounds to End on Fun, Kid-Friendly Note

Hub City Sounds will stage its final performance on Saturday, Sept. 27 at Boyd Park, featuring a roster of kid and family-friendly performances. “Kids’ Day in the Park” begins at 3 p.m., with American Repertory Ballet Princeton Ballet School’s performance of “Grumpy Bird.” George Street Playhouse’s Educational Touring Theatre will present their play “Peacemaker,” followed […]

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Raritan River Festival Returns on September 28!

Get your ducks in a row for the annual Raritan River Festival, scheduled for noon to 6 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 28 at Boyd Park. The festival will return with a roster of popular activities, including cardboard canoe races, water taxi rides, games, arts and crafts, live music and environmental activities. “Burger Mania” will offer residents […]

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UPDATED: Council Approves Next Phase of Recreation Park Project

  UPDATE: The New Brunswick City Council approved a resolution at its September 17 meeting that authorizes the bidding process to begin for the reconstruction of Recreation Park. The proposed $2.5 million renovation of Recreation Park entails a full-scale makeover of the park, including the construction of a skate park, a spray park, a new […]

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City Administration Proposes 12-Month Agreement with American Water

The City Administration has completed its negotiations with American Water and will propose to the New Brunswick City Council a 12-month agreement for operational assistance at the New Brunswick Water Treatment and Distribution Plant. The proposed agreement will go before the Council at its September 17 meeting for discussion and a vote. Highlights in this […]

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