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Twelve Events Happening in New Brunswick This Week (Mar. 18)

March 18, 2019

NEW BRUNSWICK – Let spring begin!  This week we say goodbye to winter 2019 and soon our "cabin fever" will be gone.  As we continue through March we will soon start seeing more and more events taking place outside.  Come out and enjoy all the festivities in and around Hub City.

Monday, March 18
The United States Army Field Band & Soldiers Chorus 7 ...

Twelve Events Happening in New Brunswick This Week (Mar.. 11)

NEW BRUNSWICK – We are just days away from spring officially starting! So let’s make the best of what’s left of this winter before we start pulling out our short sleeves and bright colors. There is still plenty to do in and around the Hub City as we close the books on the winter season.

Monday, March 11
Movie Night: Ralph Breaks the Internet 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Where: New ...

More Time for Poetic Thought; Deadline Extended to Submit Verse

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Writers have a little more time to polish their works of poetry as the deadline for submissions to the city library's annual anthology has been extended to March 11.

The New Brunswick Free Public Library is still accepting submissions of original poems from writers across the city and across the state and beyond.

To coincide with National Poetry Month, the library in ...

Twelve Events Happening in New Brunswick This Week (Mar. 4)

NEW BRUNSWICK – Welcome to the first official full week of March. Do you know what this means? We are getting that much closer to the spring. More outdoor activities and festivities are right around the corner. But first, take advantage of what’s going on this week.

Monday, March 4
Movie Night at New Brunswick Public Library 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Where: New Brunswick Public ...

New Brunswick Approves New 55-Unit Apartment Building

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Zoning board members this week approved construction of a 55-unit apartment building on Hamilton Street with just 52 parking spaces - less than half the number required under a city ordinance - after an attorney for the developer contended the project was a good fit for efforts to make a "walkable" City.

Board members unanimously passed a resolution supporting ...

Building A Fence on Easton Avenue So Nobody 'Breaks Their Neck'

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Easton Avenue serves as a much-traveled thoroughfare in the city, providing connections between the busy downtown to roads near and behind the Rutgers University campus, and stretching west to other streets that are lined with off-campus apartment houses.

Students in those off-campus residences find shortcuts to traverse through the neighborhood, with many using the parking ...

New Brunswick to Rename Street to Paul Robeson Boulevard

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - In a year of commemoration for Rutgers University alumnus and activist Paul Robeson, New Brunswick will add to that list with the renaming of Commercial Avenue to Paul Robeson Boulevard.

The nearly mile-long thoroughfare stretches from Route 18 south to Elmwood Cemetery. On the northern end, it crosses George Street, the intersection where the Rutgers University Police ...

City Unveils Parks Re-Make, Amphitheater, Rain Garden, Memorial

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - In the depths of a cold winter, city officials have revealed plans for renovating two popular parks with a project that includes an amphitheater, multiple gardens, water spray splash pad and a memorial to activist and Rutgers University alumnus Paul Robeson.

Plans for Feaster and Pitman parks call for enhanced traffic controls along a section of Handy Street that runs ...


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