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Halloween will NOT take place in New Brunswick today November 5, 2012 as proposed by Governor Christie.  New Brunswick originally planned to have Halloween on Wednesday, November 7, 2012, but this has also been canceled due to the impending storm.  The safety of our children and residents is our primary concern and at this time […]

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The New Brunswick Shelter located in Lord Stirling Elementary School is in need of certain items for the people being housed there during the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. Items needed include: Toiletries Sweaters – all sizes, adult and children Socks – adult & children male & female New Packaged Underwear – shorts, panties and t-shirts […]

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According to the State Office of Emergency Management, starting at 12:00 Noon tomorrow, Saturday, November 3, 2012 New Jersey will begin an Odd/Even system for getting gasoline.  License plates that end in an odd number can get gas on odd number days of the month while those with an even number can get gas on […]

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Hurricane Sandy Update

New Brunswick is continuing to clean up after the devastation caused by Hurricane Sandy.  90 percent of the City was without power after the storm, and now 65 percent of the City has power.  PSE&G is advising they are continuing their around the clock efforts and it is reported that 50 percent of the state […]

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Storm Updates

Gas stations are open at the following locations: Route 1 & Finnegans Lane, North Brunswick 2720 Route 130, North Brunswick 232 Route 18, East Brunswick 2246 Route 27, Edison 187 French Street, Edison 789 Amboy Avenue, Edison 570 Stelton Road, Piscataway Hamilton Street, Somerset   The following Ship Rite Supermarkets are open: 400 Renaissance Boulevard, […]

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New Brunswick residents who sustained losses or damages from Hurricane Sandy may be eligible for disaster assistance from the United States Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). To be eligible for disaster assistance you must first register with FEMA. You can register with FEMA online at or by telephone at 1-800-621-3362. Once you have registered, […]

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