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Urban Cleanup Week 2016 is Coming!

Spring has arrived and with it, the start of Urban Cleanup Week! Urban Cleanup Week is a nine-day initiative that encourages all citizens of the City of New Brunswick to take an active role in the cleanliness of their town. Each day has a different theme, all centered around litter cleanup, recycling and the importance […]

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Planning Department to Hold Public Hearings on One-Year Plan and HOME and Block Grant Programs

The Department of Planning, Community and Economic Development will hold two public meetings on April 5 to discuss its One-Year Consolidated Plan and its HOME and Community Development Block Grant programs. The meetings will take place at 5 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. in the Department of Planning, Community and Economic Development, 25 Kirkpatrick Street, 2nd Floor. […]

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Celebrate Colors During Holi!

Join the New Brunswick Free Public Library from 1-4 p.m. April 9 for a spirited celebration of color during the library’s annual Holi Festival. Holi is an exuberant festival of colors celebrated in the month of  March. Originally called Holika, it is meant to be a festival that brings people together. Meeting and greeting friends […]

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Bobadilla Summer Soccer Academy Bolstered With Soccer Grant

More New Brunswick kids will have the opportunity to exercise and learn a sport this summer with new support for the Bobadilla Summer Soccer Academy. This community program is coordinated by NBPD Captain Mike Bobadilla, in cooperation with New Brunswick Tomorrow. It meets for five days a week over a one month period during the […]

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Annual Celebrity Basketball Game Returns to New Brunswick High School!

Join Lowery Loves the Kids and New Brunswick Recreation for the annual New Brunswick Celebrity Basketball Game on Saturday, March 19 at New Brunswick High School, 1000 Somerset St. This annual charity game pits professional athletes, local police officers and firefighters, community members and Special Olympics athletes against each other in a friendly competition to […]

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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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