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New Brunswick Urged to “LIVE WELL-VIVIR BIEN”

New Brunswick’s commitment to healthy living has been freshly renewed with the announcement of the LIVE WELL-VIVIR BIEN NEW BRUNSWICK™ campaign. Serving as the communication platform for Healthier New Brunswick, this City-wide campaign aims to create awareness and inspire residents to actively participate in health and wellness resources in New Brunswick, ultimately resulting in improved […]

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New Brunswick “Twinned” with Limerick City and County

New Brunswick and the City and County of Limerick, Ireland are now officially “Twinned” following a visit last week. Last week, a delegation of New Brunswick officials, including representatives from government, arts, business and education visited Limerick City and County. On November 14, Mayor Jim Cahill and Cathaoirleach of Limerick City and County Council, Councillor Kevin […]

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Update Regarding Kennel Services for the City of New Brunswick

Following a Thursday announcement of quarantine at the Helmetta Regional Animal Shelter, New Brunswick will temporarily use Blumig Kennels in East Brunswick for its kennel services. On Thursday, Nov. 13, the NJSPCA conducted an inspection at Helmetta Regional Animal Shelter, at which point the agency declared the kennel to be quarantined and not permitted to […]

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Photo Gallery: National School Lunch Week at New Brunswick Middle School

NJ Secretary of Agriculture Douglas Fisher visited New Brunswick Middle School on Oct. 16 in recognition of National School Lunch week. He was joined by Mayor Jim Cahill, John Gallagher of the USDA Food and Nutrition Service, Superintendent Richard Kaplan and John Santiago, Director of Dining Services for New Brunswick Public Schools. New Brunswick serves […]

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NBFD Celebrates 250 Years!

The New Brunswick Fire Department will celebrate 250 years of service to the City of New Brunswick with a weeklong roster of events celebrating the department’s detailed history. The New Brunswick Fire Department dates back to 1764, when the first Bucket Company was formally organized. For 150 years, New Brunswick Fire Department was staffed entirely […]

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