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Bike Safely in New Brunswick

Brand new bike lanes have been installed on Suydam Street, connecting Red Oak Lane with Livingston Avenue and beyond that, the City’s network of sharrows reminding drivers to share the road with cyclists. As you travel around New Brunswick by bicycle, please keep these safe riding guidelines in mind: New Brunswick cyclists are reminded to […]

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Halloween Week in New Brunswick!

Several events are planned this week in celebration of Halloween and Dia De Los Muertos! Check out these fun community happenings: At 3:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 30, New Brunswick Recreation will host a Halloween costume parade at Buccleuch Park for kids between the ages of 3-10. Participants should meet at the Buccleuch Park pavilion. Treats […]

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November is American Diabetes Month

According to the American Diabetes Association, if current health trends continue, by 2050, one in three Americans will be living with diabetes. To help stop this possibility from coming to pass, the Association urges Americans to join them in American Diabetes Month this November. The Association especially wants to hear from people whose lives have […]

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Photo Gallery: March and Rally Against Domestic Violence

“Domestic Violence Has No Place in Our Community” was the theme for hundreds of people on October 18, as the New Brunswick Domestic Violence Awareness Coalition’s annual march and rally against domestic violence took to the streets. The annual march is meant to raise awareness of domestic violence and continue dialogue about this important issue. […]

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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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Trunk or Treat 2014!

New Brunswick kids are invited to Lord Stirling Community School on Halloween night for tricks and treats from trunks. Trunk or Treat will take place from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 31 in the school’s parking lot. It is a safe trick or treating event in which kids are invited to wear their […]

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How to Report a Streetlight Out in Your Neighborhood

Do you have a streetlight out in your neighborhood? The proper place to call to report it is the Mayor’s Office. Dial (732) 745-5004 between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and provide the following information: Location of the light, including the nearest intersection. A pole number, which is usually present […]

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Photo Gallery: NBFD 250th Anniversary Parade

  The New Brunswick Fire Department capped off its weeklong celebration in recognition of 250 years of public service with a parade and celebration on Saturday, Oct. 11. Despite the rain, the parade went ahead as planned, with participation from a number of surrounding fire companies and groups like the New Brunswick Raiders, La Liga […]

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