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NBPD Seeks Public’s Help in Locating Missing “At Risk” Woman

The New Brunswick Police Department seeks the public’s help in locating a missing “at risk” person. Elnora Douglas was last seen in the area of Neilson Street on October 24, 2018. She is a 53-year-old black female, 5’05 in height and weights 200 pounds. She has attempted suicide in the past and is currently on […]

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NJ Senior Tax Freeze Application Assistance Available at New Brunswick Senior Center

The New Brunswick Senior Citizen Resource Center will offer application assistance on Monday, October 29-Wednesday, October 31 to New Brunswick seniors interested in filing for the New Jersey Senior Tax Freeze program. The New Jersey Senior Tax Freeze program reimburses eligible senior and disabled residents living in New Jersey for property tax  increases they may […]

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Help Prevent Drug Abuse During National Prescription Drug Take Back Day on October 27

The New Brunswick Police Department will observe National Prescription Drug Take Back Day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, October 27, a national event sponsored by the DEA that allows anyone to safety dispose of unused prescription medications with no questions asked. From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., members of the public are invited […]

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

UPDATE: Missing child Keisi Reyes Melendez has been located   The New Brunswick Police Department seeks your help in locating a missing child: Keisi Reyes Melendez, 14 years old, Female, Hispanic, 5’4, 120lbs. Last seen in the City of New Brunswick on 10/8/18. If you have any information that can assist in helping safely locate […]

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Volunteers Sought to Help Out at Halloween Trunk or Treat

Community groups and volunteers are still sought to help Unity Square host a special Halloween event for New Brunswick kids on Wednesday, October 31 at Lord Stirling Community School, 101 Redmond Street. Trunk or Treat is a contained Halloween trick-or-treating event in which children are invited to the school parking lot to trick or treat out of the backs […]

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Roosevelt Elementary School Safety Patrol Ready for Duty

The newest members of the Roosevelt Elementary School Safety Patrol team were sworn in on October 19 during a ceremony with Mayor Cahill at New Brunswick City Hall. Safety Patrol is a volunteer opportunity for fifth graders in which they help their teachers and principals enforce positive behaviors in school and be leaders among their […]

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New Community Mural Lights Up Memorial Stadium

A colorful new mural painted by our own students in New Brunswick Public Schools is now hanging at Memorial Stadium. The piece, containing the words”Prepare, Empower, Inspire” came to be through a partnership with the City of New Brunswick and New Brunswick Public Schools. Art Club students from New Brunswick Middle School, New Brunswick High […]

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Redevelopment Plan Addresses Next Step of Abandoned Properties Process

The next phase of the City of New Brunswick’s Abandoned Properties Rehabilitation Ordinance is in motion, following the introduction of an Abandoned Properties Scattered Site Redevelopment Plan focusing on six abandoned houses in town. This past August, the City of New Brunswick established its Abandoned Properties list, which provides a direct process to return abandoned and derelict homes […]

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