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Livingston School Students Welcome Inspiring Community Members to Help with Flag Dedication

Despite being part of the New Brunswick community since 1875, Livingston School on Delavan Street had been without a flagpole for all that time. On Nov. 9, the school fixed that with the dedication of a new flagpole to proudly fly the American flag. To celebrate this occasion, they made sure to invite some special […]

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City Council Honors Late Mayor Cooper Through Memorial Resolution

In recognition of the lifetime achievements and legacy of a great man, the New Brunswick City Council on November 16 passed a memorial resolution honoring the late Aldrage B. Cooper, Jr. the first African-American Mayor in the City of New Brunswick. “Al” Cooper was chosen by his fellow council members on February 11, 1974 to […]

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Code Blue Program Revamped to Better Shelter Residents This Winter

The City of New Brunswick has revised its Code Blue proceedings to better deliver social services for those without shelter during the winter months. Code Blue goes into effect when temperatures fall below 20 degrees and/or a minimum of six inches of snow accumulates. As a result, designated spaces are opened to homeless residents to […]

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City of New Brunswick Designated a Bicycle-Friendly Community

The City of New Brunswick is Bronze! The League of American Bicyclists has designated the City of New Brunswick as a Bicycle-Friendly Community at the Bronze level.  This designation recognizes the City’s commitment to initiatives that aim to make our streets and public spaces safe and accessible to all users. The Bicycle Friendly Community program […]

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Fall Day Serves as Beautiful Setting for Veterans Day Parade

The City of New Brunswick, The Veterans Alliance of Raritan Valley and the Borough of Highland Park honored our local veterans on November 11 during the annual Veterans Day parade between our two communities. Backed by mild fall weather, parade participants were led by two Grand Marshals: decorated WWII veteran Ernie Mogor and Anne Tredway, […]

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Free Thanksgiving Turkeys Available for New Brunswick Residents

Thanksgiving is coming and the Feeding New Brunswick Network has free turkeys available for the tables of New Brunswick families! To request a turkey, residents must call Keith Jones, Community Organization Specialist for the City of New Brunswick at (732) 246-5353 or email kjones11@cityofnewbrunswick.org. Turkeys can be picked up from noon to 6 p.m. Monday, Nov. […]

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