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Sanitary Sewer Replacement to Take Place Overnight on French Street for Two Weeks

An overnight sewer replacement project will take place on French Street for the next two weeks for the purpose of replacing sanitary sewer lines there. Between the approximate hours of 7:30 p.m. and 6 a.m. nightly, French Street will be closed from Prospect Street to Paterson Street to accommodate the construction. Detours will be in […]

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Recreation Park is Open!

Grab your skateboard, your bathing suit, a basketball and some friends, because Recreation Park is open and ready for all to enjoy! Mayor Jim Cahill cut the ribbon on the park this morning, joined by friends and supporters from a number of different community groups, including the Civic League of Greater New Brunswick, Faith Hope […]

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Save The Date: National Night Out is on August 2!

On Tuesday, Aug. 2, New Brunswick residents, police officers and elected officials will visit neighborhood barbecues and block parties around town as part of the City’s annual National Night Out celebration. National Night Out is a community event that aims to strengthen ties between residents and the local police department in a community setting, as well […]

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Two City Sanitation Workers Arrested on Theft Charges

Two New Brunswick Department of Public Works sanitation employees were arrested this morning on theft charges stemming from an incident that occurred Monday at Gaby’s Bakery on Joyce Kilmer Avenue. New Brunswick Police detectives have charged Tyrone Brown (46-year-old male from New Brunswick) and Traquan Newsom (31-year-old male from New Brunswick) with theft-related offenses after […]

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NBPD Helps Liquor License Owners Stay in Line with the Law in the Business of Libations

Sixty people associated with 32 bars, restaurants and other licensed establishments in New Brunswick gathered at A.C. Redshaw School on July 12 to enrich their knowledge of proper enforcement and maintenance of liquor licenses during a special event hosted by the New Brunswick Police Department. The seminar featured Deputy Attorney General Lisa Ellison-Barata of the […]

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What’s Your Impression of Downtown New Brunswick?

New Brunswick City Market wants to hear your thoughts and impressions of our downtown area as part of a project to gather input from residents, visitors, students and commuters about the character and personality of this part of the City. links to an approximately five-minute survey that asks questions about different aspects of the […]

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Planning Board Approves Ferren Mall Redevelopment Plan

The New Brunswick Planning Board has approved a proposed redevelopment plan for the Ferren parking deck area and nearby properties, moving this exciting project another step toward fruition.  The intent of the Redevelopment Plan is to create a development program for the four-acre site situated immediately east of the New Brunswick train station in downtown New […]

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Groups Go Green: A Community Recycling Initiative

The City of New Brunswick is pleased to offer community groups a way to actively ensure their neighborhoods stay clean and green while enabling residents to have the tools they need to properly recycle. Organizations wishing to do a community-oriented promotion or giveaway are urged to consider purchasing recycling bins from the New Brunswick DPW […]

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