NEW BRUNSWICK CICLOVIA MAKES COMMUNITY HEALTH A PRIORITY

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By: Samantha York Put on your sneakers, grab your bikes and get ready to enjoy the open streets of New Brunswick. On April 24, the city will host the New Brunswick Ciclovia, a… Continue reading

Rutgers Researchers Develop Improved Tomatoes

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Researchers at Rutgers University developed new seeds for juicier and firmer tomatoes, marking an improvement for one of New Jersey’s most quintessential crops. The Rutgers New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station in Cumberland County… Continue reading

Old Man Rafferty’s tackles New Brunswick

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By: Morgan-Rae Ciani In downtown New Brunswick, many restaurants have become famous to the community and too many others in the tristate area. Stuff Yer Face on Easton Avenue is known for its… Continue reading

How Attendance at Rutgers’ Sporting Events Stacks Up Against Rest of Big Ten

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As the Rutgers men’s basketball and football teams finished out seasons with just one conference win, a burning question is beginning to surround New Jersey’s State University. Does Rutgers belong in the Big… Continue reading

Officials Investigate Fatal Shooting in New Brunswick

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New Brunswick, N.J. -Franklin Township police officers fatally shot a New Brunswick resident this morning according to a press release published by the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office. The man killed by the police… Continue reading

New Brunswick Urban Clean-Up Week

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By Jaccyln Liccone NEW BRUNSWICK, March 28 – Street clean-ups will be held in New Brunswick to push the city to keep its streets clean and go green. In honor of Earth Day… Continue reading

Elijah’s Promise’s Promise Culinary School recruits students for local cooking programs

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By: Kiarra Lyles NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – Promise Culinary School, a division of local New Brunswick soup kitchen Elijah’s Promise, held an open house on March 9 to inform the public of its… Continue reading

Rutgers Student Contracts Meningitis

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By: Akia Thorpe NEW BRUNSWICK – A Rutgers student, currently unnamed, was hospitalized on Friday, March 18 after being diagnosed with bacterial Meningitis. Bacterial meningitis is known to be more severe than viral,… Continue reading

The New Brunswick Free Public Library Inspires Poets with Anthology

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By Samantha York To celebrate National Poetry Month in April, the New Brunswick Free Public Library is offering poets the opportunity to have their poems published in the 18th Annual Poetry Month Anthology.… Continue reading

New Brunswick Residents Amazed After Artie Lange Super Bowl Party

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By Nick Kosko  Comedy star, Artie Lange, made his return to his home state of New Jersey on February 5th and 6th at the Stress Factory Comedy Club. The former Howard Stern Show… Continue reading