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Information Regarding New Year’s Week Trash Collection

Trash will NOT be collected on Tuesday, January 1, 2019 due to the New Year’s Day holiday. Trash collection for residents in the Tuesday/Friday collection zone will be next collected on Friday, January 4. Trash collection for residents in the Monday/Thursday collection zone will take place as regularly scheduled. Trash and recycling collection schedules for […]

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Photo Gallery: NBPD and Santa Visit Pediatric Wards of City Hospitals

The New Brunswick Police Department continued its annual tradition of bringing gifts to pediatric patients at the Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey and Saint Peter’s University Hospital, led by Santa Claus. Each year, the department coordinates a gift drive for children who are spending Christmas in the hospitals. NBPD Det. Bill Coleman reprised his […]

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Notice Regarding Christmas Week Trash and Recycling Collection

Trash collection for residents in the Monday/Thursday collection zone will occur as regularly scheduled on Monday, December 24. Trash and recycling will NOT be collected on Tuesday, December 25. Instead, residents and businesses in the Tuesday/Friday collection zone will have their recycling picked up on the morning of Saturday, December 29. Recycling can be placed […]

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City Administrator and City Planning Director Recognized in Light of Retirements

New Brunswick City Council honored two longtime department heads Wednesday night on the occasion of their respective coming retirements. City Administrator Thomas A. Loughlin, 3rd was hired to the position in June of 1993, fulfilling over 25 years of service to the City of New Brunswick. Prior to serving as City Administrator, he worked for […]

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New Brunswick Kids Invited to Teen Center Holiday Celebration on December 20

New Brunswick Recreation invites families with children ages 14 and younger to attend their annual Holiday Celebration from 6-8 p.m. Thursday, December 20 at the HUB Teen Center, 411 Joyce Kilmer Avenue. Local kids can come for a photo with Santa and receive gifts as they last. Admission is free and open to all, but […]

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Have a “Green” Holiday Season With These Recycling Tips!

  Some more tips to keep in mind, courtesy of the Middlesex County Improvement Authority: Wrapping paper that rips: If it rips, it recycles. Put it through the rip test and if it passes, place it in your recycling bin. Wrapping paper that doesn’t rip or is metallic: Remember the rip test.  If your wrapping paper doesn’t […]

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UPDATED: Public’s Help Sought in Locating Missing Child Michell Diaz-Carbajal

  UPDATE: Michell Diaz-Carbajal has been located. New Brunswick Police Department seeks your help in locating a missing child: Michell Diaz-Carbajal, 15 years old, Female, Hispanic, 5’3, 110 lbs., black eyes, long black hair. Last seen: Wednesday, 12/05/2018 at 8:45 p.m. in the area of South Ward Street/Georges Road If you have information that can […]

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New Brunswick High School New P-TECH Program Provides New STEM Opportunities for Our Students

Governor Phil Murphy recently announced New Brunswick High School as one of three high schools in New Jersey to receive grant funding for the purpose of implementing the P-Tech (Pathways in Technology Early College High School) program, slated to begin in September 2019. This innovative program will provide our New Brunswick High School students with […]

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