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Healthy Living In The Healthcare City! Check out our new tab at the top!

In New Brunswick, the Healthcare City, there’s always a health-focused event, program or community organization working to make New Brunswick healthier for all of us. This is why we just launched the Healthy Living In The Healthcare City page so you don’t have to dig to get to diabetes workshops or go dizzy trying to figure […]

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Salvation Army Backpack Program to Begin Accepting Registrations in July

The Salvation Army will soon begin accepting registrations for families that wish to participate in the organization’s annual Back to School Backpack Program, which provides new backpacks and school supplies for area children entering grades K-8 this fall. Registration is free and will take place throughout the month of July. Registrants must provide the following […]

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Summer is the Best Time to Play S.A.F.E.

A New Brunswick summer program has kids even more excited for sunshine, freedom and break from school! For more than 25 years, Play S.A.F.E. (Summer Activities For Everyone) has served as a free summer program for New Brunswick children, providing nutrition, tutoring, physical activity and adventure throughout New Brunswick and the State. Play S.A.F.E. runs […]

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Keep Middlesex Moving Celebrates New Brunswick for Fifth Consecutive Year

For the fifth year in a row, the City of New Brunswick has been recognized for its commitment to safe transportation. Keep Middlesex Moving’s (KMM) awarded the Hub City with two Silver Awards for Safe Routes to School and Smart Workplaces! New Brunswick has the “Hub City” nickname for a reason. Our location near the Raritan River […]

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800 New Brunswick Students Say “No” to Drugs and Alcohol, Yes To D.A.R.E.

Another class of New Brunswick students have successfully completed the City’s D.A.R.E. program, pledging to live their lives free of the negative influences of drugs and alcohol. D.A.R.E. (Drugs Abuse Resistance Education), a national program that engages elementary-age students in learning how to say no to drugs, alcohol and harmful behavior, has been a staple […]

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Civic Engagement – A Growing Role Across Community and Campus

What better way to celebrate Spring than with graduation ceremonies? But, it’s not just students graduating this time. The Eagleton Institute of Politics recently had a graduation of sorts with the promotion of its Youth Political Participation Program (YPPP) into a full center, now known as the Center for Youth Political Participation (CYPP). Who exactly […]

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Knight Cycle Bike Share Program Seeks Community Input

Have you been looking for a way to stay fit without squeezing the gym into your crazy schedule? Maybe you’re just trying to do your part for the environment by reducing pollution and your commute time? Sometimes, a multi-pronged problem may have a simple, spoke solution. This one only takes pedaling and partnering to fix… […]

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