EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - Following weeks of consideration and debate, the East Brunswick Council voted to add "Retail Electronic Smoking Device Establishments" to the list of businesses which require licenses in the township.
East Brunswick: Town Council Approves Licensing of "Vape" Shops
Recent Articles Nearby
By TOM HAYDONJuly 12, 2018
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Only one company submitted a bid to build a new city park on land where three abandoned houses once stood.
A-Tech Concrete of Edison submitted a bid of $897,316.25 to construct a park on Welton Street, near Drift Street.
This was the only bid that city Purchasing Department received before the deadline this morning.
New Brunswick demolished three abandoned home on the ...
By CATHY GOETZJuly 12, 2018
BELMAR, NJ — As Belmar finally basks in picture-perfect weather, it may be time to check off a summer activity on your bucket list. And for many, parasailing is one of those “must-do” experiences.
At Belmar Parasail, the season is in full swing, offering boat trips from the Belmar Manutti Marina to the beachfront where passengers are lifted 500 feet above the Atlantic Ocean ...
By ED BIRCHJuly 12, 2018
SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ - South Brunswick Police have received video of the ATM heist from the gas station on Route 1.
Officer Brooke Goetz and Jamal Benbow worked with gas station management to review surveillance video of the station. Officers observed two suspects break into the lobby at 2:38 a.m. Saturday morning and load the ATM machine into a van. The ATM may have contained $500 in ...
By TOM HAYDONJuly 11, 2018
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Over a stretch of nearly 70 years, Geoffrey the Giraffe at Toys R Us stores was the symbol of happy times for generations of children, and now he may provide those same feelings for children coming to a hospital.
"From this day forward, Geoffrey stands tall in our lobby to encourage our smallest patients to smile when they enter our facilities," said John ...
By ED BIRCHJuly 10, 2018
SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ - Despite heavy downpours that caused the postponement of the initial planned celebration, the township saw upwards of 6,500 spectators appear at Crossroads South to witness the annual Independence Day celebration sponsored by the Recreation Department.
The festivities opened with a performance by the "The Fabulous Grease Band." The ...
By TOM HAYDONJuly 10, 2018
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - For all the critics of the athletics program at New Jersey’s largest public university, there are more than a dozen reasons to cheer for successes of the sports programs and teams on the playing fields, in classrooms and beyond.
Here are 17 on the field and off the field things this took place this past academic year at Rutgers University:
1. Rutgers had four ...
By TOM HAYDONJuly 9, 2018
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Abandoned properties in urban areas cause a range of problems, from fostering criminal activity to creating public health hazard and generally diminishing the quality of life.
That is from the opening statement of an ordinance that the city council passed in 2016 calling for establishment of a list abandoned properties and how New Brunswick can renovate or remove ...