A group of New Brunswick students and a local artist have brought a colorful new mural to the corner of Hamilton Street and Plum Street. “Love Is Respect/El Amor es Respeto” is a project by Youth Advocate Programs (YAP) – Middlesex County with support from Artists Mentoring Against Racism, Drugs and Violence (AMARD&V), the New […]
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Thanksgiving is coming and the Feeding New Brunswick Network has free turkeys available for the tables of New Brunswick families! To request a turkey, residents must call Keith Jones, Community Organization Specialist for the City of New Brunswick at (732) 246-5353 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Turkeys can be picked up from noon to 6 p.m. Monday, Nov. […]
Over 400 dads walked their kids to school last week as part of a national initiative that has been embraced by the City of New Brunswick. “Dads Take Your Child to School Day” is meant to celebrate the role of fathers and other male caregivers in children’s lives by welcoming them into their children’s schools. […]
Did you know that payment assistance is available for PSE&G customers who may need help with their utility bills? The Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) provides income-eligible families with an average of $300 per year to pay their heating bills. Both homeowners and tenants with heat included in their rent may be eligible […]
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Over 100 New Brunswick residents danced, ate delicious food prepared by Costa Chica and enjoyed the spring weather at the launch event for the Esperanza Neighborhood Project, hosted by New Brunswick Tomorrow, PRAB and the City of New Brunswick. The Wells Fargo Regional Foundation has pledged a five-year committment of over $700,000 to benefit this neighborhood […]