Author Archive | Jennifer Bradshaw

Cooking Fire Prevention Efforts Furthered at Fricano Towers

Several senior residences in New Brunswick are now better equipped against kitchen fires following the installation of several stovetop fire suppression devices at Fricano Towers. On April 30, New Brunswick Fire Department Fire Inspector Patrick Earley, Fricano Towers manager Jason Bachonski and City Fire Equipment Co. Fire Protection Consultant Ray Venturino installed the devices on […]

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Key Food Marketplace Announced for New Brunswick

The City’s focus on wellness and healthy living will soon be bolstered by the arrival of Key Food Marketplace. Store operator Kevin Kim specializes in providing customers with an extensive variety of fresh food, including a large and varied produce section, both organic and conventionally grown, largely sourced from farms in New Jersey, California, Florida […]

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Spend the Summer Helping New Brunswick Kids PLAY S.A.F.E.

Applications for employment with the New Brunswick PLAY S.A.F.E. program are now being accepted by the City’s Youth Services System. PLAY S.A.F.E. (Summer Activities For Everyone) is a comprehensive summer program that provides New Brunswick children between the ages of 6 to 12 with a variety of activities like swimming, soccer, music, dance, video production, […]

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School Kids Sweep Up New Brunswick

School Kids Sweep-Up Day resulted in more than a ton of litter being removed from New Brunswick’s streets, due to the efforts of eco-conscious elementary school students. Held annually as part of Urban Cleanup Week in New Brunswick, School Kids Sweep-up Day entails student cleanups in neighborhoods near New Brunswick schools. This year, students from A.C. […]

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Project Move-Out Registration Now Open for Off-Campus RU Students

Registration for Project Move-Out opens today, kicking off the fourth year of a project between the City of New Brunswick and Rutgers University that provides an easy way for students to dispose of bulk items while keeping City streets neat and clean. “Project Move-Out” offers scheduled bulk waste pick-up to registered off-campus students at the […]

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