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Back to School with New Brunswick Recreation a Success Due to Backpack Giveaway

New Brunswick Recreation hosted another successful back-to-school giveaway on September 10, dispersing approximately 130 backpacks and loads of school supplies to New Brunswick families. A number of local groups offered donations of backpacks and school supplies for the giveaway, including New Brunswick PBA #23 and the New Brunswick Fire Department. Each bag was stuffed with […]

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NBFD Honors Tradition with Departmental Inspections

The City of New Brunswick Fire Department held its annual Departmental Inspections and Awards Ceremony on October 6 at Buccleuch Park. It is a tradition for the department to perform an awards ceremony and a uniform inspection with Fire Director Robert Rawls and Mayor Jim Cahill. “For generations, the New Brunswick Fire Department has served […]

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Important Information for New Brunswick Water Utility Customers Regarding Your Drinking Water

On September 23, the City of New Brunswick issued a notice explaining a water quality violation that occurred over the summer with regard to the level of TTHM’s found in our water system during a recent testing quarter. Above is an additional document further explaining the violation and the efforts undertaken to rectify the problem. […]

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Women Aware to Host Candlelight Vigil for Domestic Violence Awareness on October 6

Women Aware, the designated domestic violence agency in Middlesex County, will hold a special event commemorating Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The Candlelight Vigil will be held at Monument Square Park in New Brunswick (across from the Heldrich Hotel) on Thursday, October 6th, from 7 to 8 pm. The goal of the vigil is to educate […]

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New Brunswick Police Patrol Middlesex Waterways to Help Keep County Safe

The police beat in New Brunswick encompasses more than just the streets –  our department also has an active Marine Unit patrolling the waterways of the Raritan River. The New Brunswick Police Department’s Marine patrol consists of a 27-foot SeaArk SRC with twin Evinrude outboard engines. It is a model typically used for police work […]

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