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How YOU Can Help the Ronald McDonald House in New Brunswick

  The Ronald McDonald House provides hospitality to families that face the hardships and struggles of living life with sick children. Located here in the “Healthcare City,” the Ronald McDonald House provides a “home away from home” for families who are caring for their sick children. With the help of volunteers, donations and fundraising, the […]

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Rutgers University Holds 11th Anniversary of 5k Big Chill Charity Run

New Brunswick, NJ – The Affinity Federal Credit Union Big Chill – 5K, which will be held on Sunday December 8 this year, is a unique charity event that has grown to be much more than just a race. For eleven years Rutgers Recreation along with New Brunswick Recreation, has asked the participants to bring […]

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NJ Department of Health Commissioner Mary O’Dowd to Tour The Center

NJ Department of Health Commissioner Mary O’Dowd to Tour The Center THE BRISTOL-MYERS SQUIBB CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL AT ROBERT WOOD JOHNSON UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL TO UNVEIL CENTER FOR ADVANCED PEDIATRIC SURGERY ON NOVEMBER 18 (New Brunswick, NJ)- The Bristol-Myers Squibb Children’s Hospital (BMSCH) at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital (RWJUH) will unveil its state-of-the-art Center for Advanced Pediatric […]

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Honoring Veteran’s Day in New Brunswick 2013

The Veterans Alliance of Raritan Valley, the City of New Brunswick, Borough of Highland Park and Middlesex County Veteran’s Advisory Council invite the community to line the streets in honor of our Veterans at the Veteran’s Day parade, Monday, November 11, 2013 starting in Highland Park at 11 am and marching from Raritan Avenue, Highland […]

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Women Aware’s New Housing for Domestic Violence Survivors

Mayor Cahill joined Women Aware Executive Director Phyllis Adams and Board President Joe Camarota to cut the ribbon on Women Aware’s new supportive needs housing for survivors of domestic violence. This 3-unit project, partially funded with HOME funds from New Brunswick City Government, is the first permanent housing in the area for domestic violence survivors. It […]

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