New Brunswick Students Say "NO" to Drugs Through D.A.R.E.

May 30, 2018

NEW BRUNSWICK – The City of New Brunswick continued its more than 25-year pledge to help our kids live healthy and safe lives with a new class of nearly 800 D.A.R.E. graduates, all pledging to live free of the negative influences of drugs and alcohol.

Since 1991, The City of New Brunswick has used the national D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) program in New Brunswick Public ...

Knights of Columbus honor New Brunswick residents making a difference

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - A group of special community members who make a daily difference in New Brunswick were treated to a special recognition ceremony during the annual Knights of Columbus Community Awards Night on May 23 at Saint Peter’s University Hospital.

Each year, Knights of Columbus, Council No. 257 recognizes people and institutions from ...

Prom dresses given away with a message to high school students

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - City high school students preparing for the big prom are being offered free dresses that will be given away this Thursday at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital.

The dresses will be available starting at 5 p.m., city officials announced today.

All interested students are advised to RSVP ahead of time by calling (908) 420-8603.

This is the first year ...

Five Rutgers students bike to Florida to help homeless, abused youths

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Six days after receiving his degree from Rutgers University, Alexander Lopez-Perez on Saturday will be on the move, starting a bicycle trip to Florida.

But it is not the typical post-graduation trip one would expect.

Lopez-Perez and four other university students are launching a fundraising effort to help homeless youths.

“This is very important; the cause ...

A Mother's Day Story

HOLMDEL, NJ:   There's a saying we've all heard, 'you can choose your friends, but not your family members'.  Well, for the Field family in Holmdel, they have a different tale to tell. It's a story about family, the selfless love of two mothers, and about dreams coming true.

Holmdel's Darlene Field says, "While on vacation in the Caribbean Island of Sint ...

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