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2 Firefighters Promoted to New Leadership Roles

March 22, 2019

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Two firefighters with the New Brunswick Fire Department were promoted to new leadership roles this week.

Lieutenant Michael Dillon, who has served with the fire department since the year 2000, was promoted to the rank of Captain. And, firefighter Alexander Eristavi, a 23-year veteran of the fire department, was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant.

Eristavi has ...

New Brunswick paraprofessional, coach charged with sexually assaulting teen at school

A New Brunswick middle school paraprofessional and assistant basketball coach is charged with sexually assaulting a 13-year-old female student on school property, authorities announced.

Eugene Colbert, 31, of South River, a paraprofessional in the New Brunswick school system, as well as a member of the coaching staff allegedly engaged in inappropriate sexual conduct with the ...

Residents And Activists Square Off With Unions Over Controversial Pipeline Project

EAST BRUNSWICK – Politicians, residents and environmental groups found themselves at odds with unions over an extension of the Transco natural gas pipeline that would run through New Jersey and the Raritan Bay to New York.

Williams, the energy infrastructure company that owns and operates the Transco pipeline, wants to build a 32,000 horsepower compressor station in Franklin and 3.5 ...

Monroe Mayor Calls For Zoning Board To Reject Proposed SPII-LLC Housing Development On Route 33

MONROE TOWNSHIP, NJ - The Monroe Township Zoning Board is expected to hear an amended application on Tuesday, March 26 that would bring 206 new housing units and retail to an environmentally-sensitive area of Monroe, at the Millstone River.

Mayor Gerald Tamburro said the area is home to a bald eagle’s nest perched near the Millstone River. Under state and federal law, it can be illegal ...

Residents And Activists Square Off With Unions Over Controversial Pipeline Project

EAST BRUNSWICK – Politicians, residents and environmental groups found themselves at odds with unions over an extension of the Transco natural gas pipeline that would run through New Jersey and the Raritan Bay to New York.

Williams, the energy infrastructure company that owns and operates the Transco pipeline, wants to build a 32,000 horsepower compressor station in Franklin and 3.5 ...

Monroe Mayor Calls For Zoning Board To Reject Proposed SPII-LLC Housing Development On Route 33

MONROE TOWNSHIP – The Monroe Township Zoning Board is expected to hear an amended application on Tuesday, March 26 that would bring 206 new housing units and retail to an environmentally-sensitive area of Monroe, at the Millstone River.

Mayor Gerald Tamburro said the area is home to a bald eagle’s nest perched near the Millstone River. Under state and federal law, it can be ...

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