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Essay Contest Winner Honored

Essay Contest Winner Honored New Brunswick Mayor James Cahill and children’s author Lisa Funari Willever congratulate Alexi Garcia, a fifth grader at A.C. Redshaw Elementary School in New Brunswick on being the Grand Prize Winner in the Nicky Fifth Says writing contest. Alexi wrote about New Brunswick and that it should be featured in the […]

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Seven New Brunswick sites will host “National Night Out Against Crime” Events Tonight, August 6, 2013 The following is an approximate schedule of the National Night Out itinerary:  St. Mary’s Apartments, 280 Remsen Ave. Hope Manor / Riverside Drive Raritan Gardens Apartments Unity Square / Feaster Park Van Dyke Avenue / Wright Place Pine Street Park Hiram […]

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New Brunswick Theological Seminary Breaks Ground on New Building

Leaving ‘Holy Hill’ behind, NBTS develops a prime corner of College Ave (New Brunswick, NJ) – New Brunswick Theological Seminary (NBTS) has made a bold and creative decision to sell more than half its land in order to assume a new place on the corner of College Avenue and Seminary Place, where it will build […]

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Dig Into Your Roots: Researching Your Family Tree with Online Databases at the New Brunswick Free Public Library

The New Brunswick Free Public Library will present a free workshop for people who would like to begin researching their family tree on Wednesday, August 14, from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m., at 60 Livingston Ave., New Brunswick. This Adult Summer Reading Program workshop will focus on utilizing both two genealogy databases: Ancestry Library Edition and […]

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