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It’s Time for Spring Cleaning – Consider Becoming a Block Captain!

New volunteers are sought to help join New Brunswick’s team of Clean City Block Captains, an important program that works to keep New Brunswick’s streets clean and green! These special volunteers are responsible for conducting small litter clean-ups on their block throughout the year. They also educate their neighbors about the significance of keeping neighborhoods […]

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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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Winter Storm Updates Regarding Parking, Trash and Recycling Collection, Code Blue

Weather forecasts are predicting heavy snow and wind starting overnight tonight and lasting into the afternoon Tuesday. Please be advised of the following information as the City prepares for this storm: City Hall will be closed for the day for all non-essential personnel. Offices will reopen at 8:30 a.m. Wednesday. UPDATED: Trash pickup in the […]

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Exciting Changes to Soon Begin at New Brunswick Cultural Center

Big things are on the horizon for New Brunswick’s Arts District, as Crossroads Theatre Company’s final show for the season will also mark the beginning of a new era of arts and culture in our community. Crossroads Theatre Company’s “Sarah Sings a Love Story” will be presented at Crossroads Theatre from March 9 through March […]

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Library Invites Community Members to Express “My Inspiration” for Photo Contest

The New Brunswick Free Public Library proudly presents its 10th annual Photography Contest, accompanied by free photography workshops. This year, the library invites participants to capture with their photos moments or images that inspire them, with the help of professional photographers offering workshops throughout the Spring. Deadline for photo submissions is May 9, 2017. Submission […]

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RWJUH ER Expansion to Affect Traffic Patterns on Little Albany Street

Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital’s emergency room will be the site of an expansion project this month that will affect traffic patterns on Little Albany Street. As of March 26, emergency room visitors will still be able to access the emergency room via a designated drop-off spot at the intersection of Somerset Street and Little […]

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