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Read Across America Day in New Brunswick!

New Brunswick students city-wide sat down with good books on March 2 during National Read Across America Day. Mayor Jim Cahill, New Brunswick Police Department officers, New Brunswick Fire Department firefighters and city employees visited the City’s public schools and early childhood center to read books to students throughout the morning. Read Across America is […]

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Preschool Registration Now Open!

Preschool registration is now open for New Brunswick families with young children! Anyone who wishes to register a child is encouraged to contact the Office of Early Childhood Education with New Brunswick Public Schools to schedule an appointment. The office can be reached at (732) 745-5300, ext. 4060. Questions regarding enrollment may also be directed to […]

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Dina’s Dwellings, Paid Sick Leave, Rutgers Honors College are What’s Happening in the Hub City for February

The Esperanza Facade Grant Program offers an incentive for French Street businesses to improve their looks, the ribbon is cut on the groundbreaking Dina’s Dwellings supportive needs housing project and Rutgers Honors College students discuss what they’re doing to get involved in the local community in the newest installment of “What’s Happening in the Hub […]

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McKinley Students Learn About Municipal Careers on Job Shadowing Day

Students from McKinley school got a firsthand look at the many careers available in municipal government during the school’s annual Groundhog Job Shadowing Day. The annual job shadowing event sends groups of students to businesses and entities around New Brunswick to learn about careers in a number of fields. Six eighth-grade students and a chaperone […]

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City’s Unemployment Rate Falls to 3.7 Percent

The City’s unemployment rate has reached a nearly historic low, according to the Federal Department of Labor’s end of year numbers. New Brunswick’s unemployment rate fell to 3.7 percent in December 2015, lower than both the State of New Jersey’s 4.4 percent unemployment rate and the federal unemployment rate of 5.0 percent. New Brunswick’s unemployment […]

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New Brunswick Kids Invited to Learn About Active, Healthy Lifestyles Through Project Inspire

All New Brunswick children between the ages of 10-14 are invited to take part in a free five-day camp from March 28 through April 1 at the Robert Wood Johnson Fitness and Wellness Center. Project Inspire promotes healthy, active living through activities, playtime, healthy cooking activities and education. It runs from 9 a.m. to 1 […]

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Dina’s Dwellings Celebrates Ribbon Cutting

Brand-new, permanent, supportive homes will soon be available to women and children affected by domestic violence in the City of New Brunswick. Surrounded by friends and supporters, Town Clock CDC cut the ribbon on Dina’s Dwellings on February 11, signaling the beginning of a brand-new chapter for the historic First Reformed Church. Dina’s Dwellings consists […]

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