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New Brunswick Opens Cooling Center with Temperatures Expected to Reach 93

July 12, 2022

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – The city will open Unity Square Community Center at 81 Remsen Ave. as a cooling center with temperatures expected to rise into the low 90s.

The cooling center will be open on Tuesday, July 12 from noon to 7 p.m.

Afternoon highs in the New Brunswick area are expected to reach 93 degrees, according to the National Weather Service. There’s a slight chance of ...

The 2022 Hurricane Season is Expected to be Active, NOAA States

NEW JERSEY - With June officially marking the start of hurricane season, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) are encouraging residents along the Atlantic Coast to get prepared. 

NOAA’s current outlook of the 2022 Atlantic Hurricane Season says this year will be another active year, predicting as many as 21 ...


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Nursing Student Helps New Brunswick Community Through Rutgers Summer Service Initiative

July 27, 2022

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – Sabrina Charles is spending her summer doing painstaking research that will one day inform the care a burgeoning New Brunswick nonprofit clinic provides to groups such as expectant mothers of color.

“I like doing research, especially because it's basically going to translate into outreach,” she said. “So it's going to translate into a few ...

Woodbridge Plan for Empty School to Benefit People with Disabilities

August 5, 2022

WOODBRIDGE, NJ — A deal to buy and renovate a small, long-vacant grammar school may soon provide new learning and recreational opportunities for local adults with developmentally disabilities.

The Township is putting finishing touches on an agreement with the Diocese of Metuchen to acquire an unused six-classroom school next to Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church on East Smith Street, Mayor ...

State Urges Residents and Businesses to Conserve Water as New Jersey Enters Drought Watch

August 10, 2022

TRENTON, NJ — Due to ongoing hot and dry conditions, New Jersey is under a drought watch as of Tuesday. The state's Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) is asking residents and businesses to conserve water.

New Jersey has a three-stage drought advisory system. A drought watch is the first step. DEP says it's to encourage voluntary conservation measures, and, if ...



August 4, 2022

[New Brunswick, NJ] – Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital (RWJUH) today announced that it has earned the 2022 Labor and Delivery Excellence Award™ from Healthgrades, the leading resource that connects consumers, physicians and hospitals. This distinction places the hospital’s maternity program among the top ten percent of hospitals evaluated for overall labor and delivery ...

Why Cutting Tariffs Will Help NJ Companies Like Mine

July 27, 2022

As the cost of basic commodities and goods continues to climb, everyday Americans are paying the price. Following years of pandemic-related stagnation, runaway inflation has made a bad situation worse for the American economy. High rates are hurting American consumers and small businesses, and we need policymakers to take action.

In March, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that ...