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NBFD Promotes Two Firefighters to New Leadership Ranks

Two firefighters with the New Brunswick Fire Department were promoted to new leadership roles during a March 19 ceremony at City Hall. Firefighter Alexander Eristavi, a 23-year veteran of the fire department, was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant. Lieutenant Michael Dillon, who has served with the fire department since the year 2000, was promoted […]

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Save The Date for March 30 Community Food Forum

The New Brunswick Community Food Alliance invites all community members to join them for its annual Food Forum on March 30, a daylong celebration of healthy eating, nutrition and sustainable food systems in New Brunswick. From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., the forum will feature family-friendly activities, an information fair featuring local organizations, a seed swap for […]

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UPDATED: NBPD Seeks the Public’s Help in Locating Missing Child

UPDATE: Otoniel Martinez-Ulloa has been located.  The New Brunswick Police Department seeks your help in locating a missing child. Otoniel Martinez-Ulloa, 14 years old, 5’09, 145 lbs. Last seen on Tuesday, March 5, 2019, wearing a pink sweater, gray jacket and khaki pants. If you have information that can assist in helping safely locate Otoniel, […]

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All Invited to Learn About Clean City Block Captains Program on March 26

Are you interesting in helping to keep New Brunswick clean and green? Join our Clean City Block Captains team! All residents are encouraged to become Clean City Block Captains. These special volunteers are responsible for conducting mini-cleanups on their neighborhood block throughout the year. They are also tasked with educating their neighbors about the significance of keeping their neighborhood […]

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NBPD Announces New Communication Cards Program

The New Brunswick Police Department has announced a new resource to assist in communication between City police officers and members of the community who are deaf or hard of hearing. Placards are available at New Brunswick Police Department headquarters that contain printed verbiage and pictures to help facilitate easier communication in the event that aural […]

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