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STATE THEATRE’S 7TH ANNUAL FAMILY DAY BRINGS IN 3,000 PEOPLE TO DOWNTOWN NEW BRUNSWICK

The State Theatre held its 7th annual Family Day celebration on Presidents’ Day, Monday, February 18, 2013. Some 3,000 people—children and their families—came to downtown New Brunswick to experience a fun-filled day of performances, workshops, interactive exhibits, and more. Featuring performances of The Ugly Duckling & The Tortoise and the Hare by America’s Got Talent […]

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SNOW EMERGENCY DECLARED

Due to today’s snowfall, a SNOW EMERGENCY has been declared. No parking is allowed on designated snow emergency routes. Please move your car either off-street, to a non-emergency street or to one of the NBPA’s snow emergency parking decks. NBPA provides free parking to New Brunswick residents at these decks during snow emergencies. Please bring […]

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National Groundhog Job Shadow Day

Students from McKinley Community School are “shadowing” people in the workplace today on National Groundhog Job Shadow Day. Six students are in New Brunswick City Hall following the City Administrator and the Public Information Officer.  Students are also shadowing at people at New Brunswick High School and Johnson & Johnson.        

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New Brunswick Parking Authority is Rewarded for Energy Conservation

New Brunswick Parking Authority rewarded through the EPAct Gives Back™ Program for initiatives in energy conservation Through the use of energy efficient technology, New Brunswick Parking Authority has significantly reduced energy consumption and carbon emissions at Peterson Street Deck, Lower Church Street Deck, Morris Street Deck, New Street Deck and Plum Street Deck. Specifically, the […]

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Water Main Break

The New Brunswick Water Department is repairing a water main break on Commercial Avenue at North Talmadge Street.  Homes and businesses in this vicinity and North Ward Street, Howard Street Powers Street and Lawrence Street will be without water for the next three to four hours.  The City is working as quickly as possible to […]

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City Officials and Elijah’s Promise Enact “Code Blue” to Shelter Homeless from the Cold

Elijah’s Promise has announced that their doors are open through Saturday morning for city homeless to get out of the cold. According to the anti-hunger organization, it works with the city of New Brunswick to provide temporary shelter to the homeless population when temperatures dip below 20 degrees Fahrenheit, or when there are at least […]

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