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Mayor Seeks Volunteers for East Brunswick Beautification Committee

April 19, 2018

Mayor Cohen's Call for Action - 

I have spent a large part of the past few months going to the public in order to discuss redevelopment plans for the township. It has been very humbling to know that most folks recognize the need to revitalize not only the commercial corridor, but the township as a whole. With that in mind, the concept of Beautification of East Brunswick has gained ...

Have Thoughts on Legal Weed? Assembly Joe Danielsen Wants to Hear from You

EDISON, NJ - Lifelong Franklin resident, Assemblyman Joe Danielsen (D-17 Middlesex/Somerset), chairman of the Assembly Oversight, Reform, and Federal Relations Committee will host the first installment of his "Cannabis Listening Tour" at Middlesex Community College this Saturday. 

The hearing is open to the public and will run from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

East Brunswick Public Library Foundation Sponsors Library Fine Elimination Program For Children and Teens

EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ—Since first opening its doors in 1967, East Brunswick Public Library (2 Jean Walling Civic Center) has strived to promote literacy to library users of all ages. The East Brunswick Public Library Foundation has removed one barrier: eliminating overdue fines on items for children and teenagers.

“The East Brunswick Public Library Foundation is constantly looking for ...

South Brunswick: Mayor Killmurray’s Funeral Plans Announced, Township Prepares For Administration Change

SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ – Township officials announced funeral plans for Mayor Christopher Killmurray and plans to deal with filling his position and a second one on the Council.

Killmurray, 55, died at home Sunday morning after battling brain cancer for several years.

According to the township, a viewing is scheduled for 3-7 p.m. Wednesday at St. Cecilia’s Roman Catholic Church at ...

South Brunswick: Mayor Christopher Killmurray, 55, Dies

SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ – Township Mayor Christopher Killmurray died at home Sunday morning, officials announced.

In an alert to residents, Township Manager Bernard Hvozdovic said that Killmurray, 55, passed away at home surrounded by his family after battling brain cancer for several years.

A Democrat, Killmurray was first elected to the Township Council in 2003 and served as deputy ...

East Brunswick Librarian Named “Mover and Shaker” by Library Journal

EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ—Library users in Middlesex County have known for years about the innovative services that East Brunswick Public Library librarians provide. One East Brunswick Public Library employee is receiving national attention.

Library Journal named East Brunswick Public Library’s Information Manager Karen Parry as one of fifty “Movers and Shakers” in ...

Saving History: DeVoe Library to Be Rehabilitated, Have Greater Community Connection

EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - Planning for a greater utilization of the Alice Appleby Devoe Library in East Brunswick's Historic Village of Old Bridge has led to the removal of a demolition plan by the township.  The plan, based on an engineering site evaluation and no substantive record of use of the library over the past two decades, led to an announcement by the township ...

Rutgers University: Clinton Encourages Female, Youth Empowerment and Voting

PISCATAWAY, NJ - She wasn't there to explain what happened.  She did not opine about the current administration.  She did not shake her fist at the moon.  Hillary Rodham Clinton was at Rutgers University on Thursday to encourage women and young people to become involved in politics and to vote every chance they get.

Before an audience of about 6,000 at the Rutgers ...

State Legislators Pass Package of Gun Control Measures

TRENTON, NJ -– The Extreme Risk Protective Order Act of 2018 - which authorizes new protective orders against those who pose a significant danger by either possessing or purchasing a firearm -  was one of several gun control measures passed by state legislators yesterday.

The Assembly bill was approved by a vote of 59-13- with 5 abstentions.

The flurry of votes came less than 48 ...

East Brunswick's Asaro-Angelo Receives Unanimous Vote to be NJ Labor Commissioner

TRENTON, NJ -  East Brunswick's Robert Asaro-Angelo has been unanimously voted in by the New Jersey State Senate to serve the Murphy administration as the Commissioner of Labor and Workforce Development by a vote of 38-0.

A native New Jerseyan, Asaro-Angelo has been the Acting Commissioner since being nominated by Gov. Phil Murphy in January.

He was lauded during his Senate ...

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