Author Archive | Jennifer Bradshaw

Redshaw Cuts Ribbon on Brand-New $51 Million School

The students of A. Chester Redshaw Elementary School celebrated the opening of their brand-new school building with a ribbon cutting ceremony attended by Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno, Mayor Jim Cahill, the New Brunswick Board of Education, New Brunswick City Council members and other elected officials and community members. Students were moved into the new Redshaw […]

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NJDOT Creates Info Website for Route 18 Overpass Project

To keep commuters updated regarding the ongoing Route 18 overpass reconstruction project, the NJDOT has published a website containing a timeline of the project and information regarding closures and updates as the project continues through next year. The reconstruction project entails changes to the Route 18 overpass over Route 1 in New Brunswick to ease […]

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NBCFA Talks Sustainability, Healthy Food Access at Winter Food Forum

The New Brunswick Community Food Alliance recently invited the public to learn more about the ways in which they can get involved in policies and projects to improve New Brunswick’s food system. The NBCFA’s Winter Food Forum was held on January 10 at Lord Stirling Community School. It featured a panel discussion regarding different ways […]

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Assistant City Attorney Promoted to City Attorney

Mayor Jim Cahill has appointed T.K. Shamy to serve as City Attorney, the approval of which was granted by the City Council at Wednesday’s council reorganization meeting. Shamy succeeds longtime City Attorney William Hamilton, who has filled the role since 1986. Hamilton, a former U.S. Assistant Attorney, Majority Leader and Speaker for the NJ General […]

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2015 Waste Collection Schedules Now Available

Trash collection and recycling schedules for 2015 are now available for download. Paper copies are also available in City Hall, 78 Bayard St. or at the New Brunswick DPW, 400 Jersey Ave. To access the collection schedule for 2015 in English please click here. To access the collection schedule for 2015 in Spanish please click […]

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Professional Development Opportunity Available for New Library Conversation Cafe Volunteers

The New Brunswick Free Public Library in collaboration with The Conversation Tree has announced a Professional Development opportunity for volunteers interested in learning how to support adult learners in the Conversation Cafe. The Conversation Cafe is an informal conversation group for adult language learners over the age of 18.  Participants from the community engage in […]

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