Three Rutgers men's basketball players declared themselves as eligible for the National Basketball Association (NBA) Draft, while two Rutgers women's players have also declared themselves for the Women's NBA (WNBA) Draft.
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After a challenged election, a refused appeal, and a long wait, voting is underway in the "do-over" election for one of Old Bridge’s nine Township Council seats.
Two police officers, including a lieutenant, are suing Piscataway Police Chief Thomas Mosier in separate lawsuits alleging discrimination, misconduct, and a toxic, hostile workplace.
Central Jersey's sizable Ukranian community is coming together with allies to support their homeland in fighting off a military invasion ordered by Russia's Vladimir Putin regime.
There's still time to check out "Windows of Understanding," the free public art initiative on display in four towns around the county.
Authorities announced the arrest of a 30-year-old man from Elizabeth, claiming that he was responsible for a bomb threat that forced evacuations on the morning of October 25.
A data analysis conducted by New Brunswick Today shows a substantial increase in the number of gun violence incidents reported to police in 2021.
For over a month, political insiders here have had access to the new district lines that will be used in local elections, but the very same maps are still being kept secret from the general public.
A 23-year-old man was killed by gunfire shortly after 10am on a Sunday morning at what has become the city's most dangerous hotspot for gun violence.
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—The unveiling of large murals throughout New Brunswick was a theme here throughout 2021, and there’s time yet this year for one more, in a prominent, albeit hidden location: inside the bell tower at St. Peter the Apostle University & Community Parish. The cathedral-style church was...
New Brunswick's newest mural is in a prominent, albeit hidden location: inside the bell tower at St. Peter the Apostle University & Community Parish.
In a stunning and unprecedented ruling, the New Jersey Supreme Court overturned its own decision, throwing out a murder conviction against a mother accused of killing her young son more than thirty years ago.
On Saturday, December 4, the Smithereens will play once again in Middlesex County, in their hometown of Carteret for the official Grand Opening concert of the Carteret Performing Arts & Event Center (CPAC).
The dredging of Brainerd Lake began in October and construction continues on the multi-million dollar project.
Nearly eight months after the retirement of longtime Police Chief William Volkert, a process to select the new chief of the Old Bridge Police Department is still incomplete.
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