6 hrs ago
New provincial drug plan premiums too high, expert says
An expert on public drug policy in Canada says he is concerned about the high premiums New Brunswickers will have to pay through the new provincial drug plan.
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10 hrs ago
North Brunswick student's entry wins at innovation contest
Jacob Geyer, a junior at North Brunswick Township High School, placed third last week with his proposal for a holographic keyboard at the AT&T Community Network Third Annual Student Innovation Competition.
14 hrs ago
Flood watch season begins with above average snow pack in south
It will be more difficult to predict ice jams this year because the extreme cold may have caused ice to be thicker in some parts of the river basin, officials say.
17 hrs ago
The Jersey Journal
East Brunswick street named for Army Cpl. Steven R. Koch, who died in Afghanistan in 2008
EAST BRUNSWICK - "Koch Lane" was unveiled Sunday in honor of an East Brunswick High School graduate killed in Afghanistan on March 3, 2008.
22 hrs ago
Fast response to fire appreciated in East Brunswick
Our response to the 911 call was unbelievably fast. First the snow plow had to plow our street with the police right behind.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
The Jersey Journal
North Brunswick High School special ed teacher charged with having...
Authorities arrested a North Brunswick High School teacher for having an "inappropriate" internet conversation with a 14-year-old male student.
Thursday fire damages home in Kendall Park section of South Brunswick
No injuries were reported in a house fire Thursday in which Kendall Park Fire Chief Chris Perez credited "an aggressive attack by first-arriving firefighters with keeping the fire contained," according to police.
Anti-shale gas group calls for 10-year moratorium
The New Brunswick Anti-Shale Gas Alliance says 10 years is the minimum time necessary to do the required long-term scientific studies on all the aspects of shale gas.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
E. Brunswick charter school, opponents react to denied expansion
Hatikvah International Academy plans to appeal the state's denial of its expansion, the controversial charter school's board President Laurie Newell said.
The Newark Star-Ledger
Franklin Township man indicted on assault charges for allegedly hitting police officer
A Franklin Township man was indicted on Wednesday for allegedly hitting a police officer in December when he was being arrested for drunk driving.
Three charged with murder in fatal New Brunswick shooting; police searching for two
Police are searching for two New Brunswick men who, along with an accomplice now in custody, have been charged with fatally shooting a New Brunswick resident outside his home last weekend, Middlesex County Acting Prosecutor Andrew C. Carey and city Police Director Anthony A. Caputo said Thursday in a news release.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Ashley Furniture Homestores opens its doors in Green Brook
A new Ashley Furniture Homestore opened its doors to customers Feb. 24. Located on the site of the former Martin's Furniture, the new furniture store joins 13 other Ashley Furniture Homestores in the state.
Crystal Pharmatech Expands Its Solid State Research Provider...
March 4, 2014-Crystal Pharmatech will give its leading solid state research capabilities in the US an additional boost this month with a new partnership agreement with VxP Pharma, the company announced this month.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
No relief in sight for home heating bills
Heating costs in New Brunswick this winter have hit record levels for all fuels and indications are things may not be any better next winter.
Rowan biology major dies suddenly
Siddharth "Sid" Melkote, a 22-year-old biology major from the Morganville section of Marlboro, was not on campus at the time of his death.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
North Brunswick family embarking on campaign to create Tourette Syndrome awareness
NORTH BRUNSWICK - Ally Abad was diagnosed with Tourette Syndrome in 2009. The 14-year-old North Brunswick native since has endured an extremely bumpy journey full of dead ends with medication and difficulties figuring out special education plans such as 504s and IEPs.
The Jersey Journal
Sex offender indicted in handgun attack at Franklin Twp. residence
SOMERVILLE - A convicted sex offender has been indicted on aggravated assault and weapons offenses for allegedly striking another man in the head with a handgun in Franklin Township.
Clarks Hometown News Patriot
Weather interrupts schools again
Delayed starting times for some school districts and a few closures have been announced in anticipation of the latest winter storm.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Ibe clears 5-6, wins high jump
By her own admission, North Brunswick junior Nnenna Ibe hasn't always performed at her highest level in big meets.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Teen charged with starting fire at Franklin High School
A 16-year-old has been charged with aggravated arson in connection with a fire in a classroom at the high school Thursday afternoon.