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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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NEW BRUNSWICK ADDS NINE NEW FIREFIGHTERS

New Brunswick, NJ – New Brunswick Mayor James M. Cahill swore-in nine new firefighters during a ceremony in the City Hall Council Chambers on Wednesday, July 10. “At a time when many communities across our state and nation are cutting fire services due to budget shortfalls, here in New Brunswick, proactive budgeting and effective management are […]

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MAYOR CAHILL JOINS LOCAL MICROLOAN ORGANIZATION IN PROMOTING SMALL BUSINESS IN NEW BRUNSWICK

New Brunswick, NJ – Mayor James M. Cahill joined the Intersect Fund and dozens of local residents and business owners at Belky’s Salon on Wednesday to recognize small business creation in the City. The City provides a portion of its annual Community Development Block Grant, administered by HUD, to The Intersect Fund. The funds are […]

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New Brunswick’s FREE Independence Day Celebration

New Brunswick is the place to be on Sunday, July 7 for the annual Independence Day Celebration! The festivities kick off with a free screening of the movie-musical ‘1776’ at 5:00 p.m. at the State Theatre. Afterward, enjoy a variety of events including a reading of the Declaration of Independence and a historical reenactment of George […]

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Water Main Break

  A water main break occurred on the afternoon of June 27, 2013 on Ryders Lane between Cobb Road and Route 1.  The break was repaired with little disruption to the water supply in the area.  Residences and businesses in the area that experience any discoloration in their water should let the water run for […]

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