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In Case You Missed It: Art at City Hall Gallery

Art at City Hall supports the arts by giving local artists, students and the New Brunswick community a place to showcase their work. Submissions are placed in publicly-accessible spots around City Hall for visitors to see and enjoy. Exhibits rotate, depending on time of year and availability of work. Check out some more stories related to […]

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200 Graduate from New Brunswick Adult Learning Center

200 students have High School and High School Equivalency Diplomas in hand following the 35th New Brunswick Adult Learning Center graduation at New Brunswick High School on June 25. 44 students earned their high school diploma through the Creating Alternative Routes to Educational Success (C.A.R.E.S.) program and 156 students earned their high school equivalency diploma. […]

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Graduation Day in New Brunswick

More than 300 high school students now have diplomas in hand following graduation ceremonies for the Class of 2015 at New Brunswick Health Science Technology High School and New Brunswick High School. New Brunswick Health Science Technology High School had 43 students graduate from its senior class this year. The class is led by Salutatorian […]

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New Brunswick Students Commit to a Drug-Free Lifestyle Through D.A.R.E.

More than 700 New Brunswick students have pledged to live lives free of drugs, culminating with their graduation from the D.A.R.E. program at New Brunswick High School on May 21. The national D.A.R.E (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) program promotes a lifestyle free of substance abuse and violent behavior among elementary and middle school-age children. New […]

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Library Seeks Volunteers to Converse and Chat

The New Brunswick Free Public Library is currently accepting applications for volunteers to serve as conversation facilitators for its successful Conversation Cafe program. Conversation Cafes entail small groups of people meeting to practice English, Spanish or Mandarin conversation skills. Facilitators go through a nine-week professional development series that will meet on the dates contained in […]

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Workers Memorial Day and Honoring the Warriors of the Workplace

April 28th, Workers Memorial Day, commemorates the women and men who are the warriors of the workplace by reminding our leaders and our locals that Safe Jobs Save Lives. Yesterday, a ceremony with the Middlesex County Board of Chosen Freeholders, the City and Rutgers University took place on College Avenue at the New Brunswick Theological Seminary. This […]

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