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NBPD Sergeant Graduates From FBI National Academy

One of the New Brunswick Police Department’s own Sergeants recently graduated from an esteemed academy run by the FBI, meant to train accomplished officers even further in modern police work. On Friday, June 12, 2015, New Brunswick Police Department Sergeant Amish Shah graduated from the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s National Academy, 260th Session. Sgt. Shah […]

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Maps of New Brunswick Streams Available in New County Resource

The following information is courtesy of the Middlesex County Improvement Authority: The Middlesex County Improvement Authority’s newest website feature is steering residents toward one of the region’s more underutilized, yet vast natural resources. For applicable communities, the MCIA has recently created an electronic version of comprehensive maps, which serve as an overview for local streams, […]

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Boil Water Advisory Lifted for Van Dyke Avenue Properties and McKinley School

Customers of the New Brunswick Water Utility with properties between 10-40 Van Dyke Avenue, including McKinley Elementary School and McKinley Kindergarten Center, were notified on Tuesday, June 2, 2015 of a possible problem with the drinking water due to a water main break, and were advised to boil the tap water before using as a […]

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