One in six men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer and it is the most frequently diagnosed cancer in men other than skin cancer, according to the American Cancer Society. That is why Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey and its flagship hospital Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital (RWJ) are joining forces to offer a […]
September is Library Card Sign-Up month, and the New Brunswick Free Public Library invites the New Brunswick community to come and sign up for their own library cards. In addition to offering thousands of books in a number of topics, the library also offers a myriad of free programs for adults and children, including storytime, […]
Recycling can sometimes be confusing. There’s proper disposal to consider for plastics, cans and paper and then you add in those tiny numbers that are supposed to make recycling easier. But the question is, here in New Brunswick, what numbers can you recycle? Well, here’s the answer plus some helpful hints! Always recycle #’s 1 […]
The Hub City has a brand-new full-service supermarket ready for shopping with the opening of Key Food Marketplace in the New Brunswick Health and Wellness Plaza. 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 […]
Kirkpatrick Street between Paterson Street and French Street/Route 27 is now a one-way roadway, due to new 30-minute parking spaces adjacent to the Key Food Marketplace supermarket. Drivers approaching Kirkpatrick Street from Church Street may only make a right turn to access French Street/Route 27. Kirkpatrick Street continues to be a two-way road between New […]
The HUB Teen Center has free school supplies and backpacks for New Brunswick kids, available at noon, Saturday, August 29. The event is free and open to all, but supplies are limited.
Bike lanes, new pedestrian crossings, and narrowed lanes are among the ideas being considered to change traffic patterns on Livingston Avenue so that it becomes safer and more accessible for pedestrians, cyclists and motorists. The City of New Brunswick and Middlesex County held a forum on August 18 at A.C. Redshaw School to present four […]
The New Brunswick Police Department will be cracking down on drunk drivers as part of the 2015 Labor Day Statewide “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign. Beginning August 21 and running through September 7, local and state law enforcement officers will conduct sobriety checkpoints and roving patrols, looking for motorists who may be driving […]
The New Brunswick Salvation Army collects school supplies at the end of each summer so that they may supply backpacks full of brand-new pencils, notebooks and other supplies for New Brunswick children to begin the school year with the items they need. The community is asked to donate supplies to assist with this outreach effort. […]
City and County officials will be at the A.C. Redshaw School from 7-9 p.m. Tuesday, August 18 to present information and answer questions from the public regarding proposed road improvements to Livingston Avenue. The school is located at 216 Livingston Avenue. For more information regarding changes to Livingston Avenue, click here.