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New Brunswick, New Jersey is located in Middlesex County. Zip codes in New Brunswick, NJ include 08906, 08901, and 08903. The median home price in New Brunswick is $270,000 which is roughly $162/per square foot. More New Brunswick information.

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7 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal

Three-day Central New Jersey Jazz Festival set for Sept. 12-14 in...

Get ready for not one, not two, but three straight days of scintillating, top-shelf jazz, enough to parcel out and spread across the entire expanse of Central New Jersey.

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11 hrs ago | 9Down.Com

Restaurant Stakeout S05E11 Standup Stakeout PDTV x264-JIVE

Season 05, Episode 11 - "Standup Stakeout" Willie is called to help the owner of The Stress Factory comedy club in New Brunswick, N.J. This 20-year-old institution is a comedy club first and owner Vinnie is watching the restaurant quickly sink.

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15 hrs ago | TheAlternativePress.com

South Plainfield Man in 'Critical Condition' After Edison Car Accident

EDISON, NJ A 24-year-old South Plainfield man, the backseat passenger in a Toyota sedan, sustained critical injuries during an accident early Tuesday morning on Route 1 South, said Edison Police Department spokesman Sgt.

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19 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal

New Brunswick bicyclist seriously injured after colliding with open car door

NEW BRUNSWICK -- A bicyclist was seriously injured after colliding with the open door of a car on George Street Wednesday.

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23 hrs ago | NJ.com

The Frog and the Peach Hosts Campania & Southern Italy Wine Dinner

On Friday, September 19, 7:00 p.m., the Frog and the Peach , 29 Dennis Street, New Brunswick, New Jersey, will host a special wine dinner headlining the wines from the Campania, Basilicata, and Puglia regions of Italy.

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Wed Aug 27, 2014

NJ.com

Middlesex County warns residents to avoid websites that charge to register voters

MIDDLESEX COUNTY - Middlesex County Clerk Elaine Flynn is warning residents to avoid websites and organizations that charge a fee to register voters "A private website reportedly charges users $9.95 to fill out their information and have it sent to the state for processing," Flynn said this week.

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Tue Aug 26, 2014

Morristown Green

Love Morristown's downtown? Vote to make it No. 1 in north Jersey

Street scene in Morristown, one of four north Jersey downtowns vying for bragging rights in a state contest.

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The Jersey Journal

Significant Rt. 18 delays possible as road construction lasts through 2016

NEW BRUNSWICK - With the preliminary phase of a construction project to replace and widen two Route 18 overpass bridges in New Brunswick now largely complete, Department of Transportation officials say predicting the project's future impact on commuters remains difficult.

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Patch.com

Cancer Support Community to Host Survivorship Program for Cancer Patients

Cancer Support Community Central New Jersey will be hosting three upcoming Cancer Transitions series at three locations for any adult who has completed active treatment for any type of cancer.

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Mon Aug 25, 2014

The Item

International ranks rising at N.J. colleges

Jessie Yu, an orientation leader and a junior student from China, collecting signed immigration regulation forms during an international student orientation at Fairleigh Dickinson University in Teaneck.

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The Jersey Journal

New Brunswick police seek 3 in assault of city resident

NEW BRUNSWICK - A city resident was assaulted late Sunday by three men as he walked to his home in the area of 300 Hamilton St., authorities said Monday.

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The Jersey Journal

New Brunswick police search for three suspects in Sunday stabbing

NEW BRUNSWICK - City police are searching for three men in connection to the Sunday night stabbing of a 23-year-old Hispanic New Brunswick man.

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Sun Aug 24, 2014

Courier News

Middlesex County Food Pantry goes bananasMiddlesex County Food Pantry ...

Middlesex County Food Pantry goes bananas Some of the bananas were to be peeled, frozen and used to make smoothies Check out this story on mycentraljersey.com: http://mycj.co/1tzjKsl A deer at the Johnson Park Zoo in Piscataway eats South African bananas, which were delivered in excess to the Middlesex County's food bank last week.

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Courier News

I remember the dream, and I still have it

I remember the dream, and I still have it I remember King's dream, and I still have it Check out this story on mycentraljersey.com: http://mycj.co/1p5E2KF Thursday is an important 51st anniversary.

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Fri Aug 22, 2014

TheAlternativePress.com

Meet the Leaders - Margaret Ackerman

Editor's Note: This continues the Meet the Leaders profile series in The Alternative Press of South Plainfield.

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HAPPI/Household & PP Industry

Innovations in Dermatological Sciences

The Center for Dermal Research, located at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, will hold Innovations in Dermatological Sciences - University, Industry and Government Partnerships.

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Thu Aug 21, 2014

The Jersey Journal

After threatening discrimination suit, Rutgers police chief retired with $136K settlement

Michael Lattimore, the former police chief at Rutgers-New Brunswick and Rutgers-Newark, retired this year after receiving a settlement equal to one year's salary.

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NJ.com

Lehigh University student grabs Bethlehem cop's gun during arrest, court papers say

A 21-year-old Lehigh University student grabbed a Bethlehem police officer's gun during an arrest early Wednesday morning, according to court records.

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The Jersey Journal

New Brunswick fire director's driving privileges remain revoked, city officials say

New Brunswick - City fire director Robert Rawls, who on Tuesday pleaded guilty to a careless driving charge in South Brunswick Municipal Court, will not have his on-the-job driving privileges reinstated.

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The Jersey Journal

New Brunswick appoints new presiding municipal court judge

NEW BRUNSWICK - New Brunswick has appointed a new presiding municipal court judge, replacing the previous judge who retired in December.

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