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Dentist Accused of Improper Contact with Female Workers, Girl

August 21, 2018

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ -  A Monroe dentist was arrested today on charges of improper sexual contact with three of his female employees at his office, including one worker who was 17 when the incidents began, Middlesex County Prosecutor Andrew Carey said in a statement today.

Dr. Richard Goldberg, 47, of the Morganville section of Marlboro Township, Monmouth County, was charged with three ...

Piscataway Student Goes Behind the Scenes as ‘Kid CEO’ of the Somerset Patriots

BRIDGEWATER, NJ. -- In late June, Piscataway native Nick Morgan beat out the competition and was named the Kid CEO of the Somerset Patriots.

Morgan, a soon-to-be freshman at Piscataway Township High School in a few weeks went through five days’ worth of different behind-the-scenes duties at TD Bank Ballpark, his second home. During five games, Morgan learned the ins and outs of the ...

East Brunswick Launches Search for Redevelopers on Route 18 South

EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ —On Monday, August 13, 2018, the Township of East Brunswick formally posted notice of their search for redevelopers to improve and repurpose the blighted 18 Center Shopping Center, the outdated Loehmann's Plaza, and the surrounding areas. These areas represent some of the best untapped commercial and mixed-use potential in Central New Jersey. Less than a mile from the ...

No Child Wet Behind: Help a Local Outreach Earn a $25K grant

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ:  The Central Jersey Diaper Bank has been selected as one of the Top 200 finalists in the State Farm Neighborhood Assist® grant program. The community outreach program of Congregation Anshe Emeth needs local people to rally behind the cause, by casting votes and to help them win one of 40 $25,000 grants.  

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'Plays in Park' Brings in a Half a Ton of Food Donations

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Middlesex County freeholders had one request of people attending stage productions during the annual Plays in the Park program: bring non-perishable foods to donate.

During those performances this year, the residents responded generously, the freeholders say, bringing in more than a half a ton of food.

"Over the course of three shows, 25 bins of food, which equals ...

New Brunswick Spending $882K for New Park

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - City leaders Tuesday approved a contract to build a new park at a cost of more than $882,000, an amount previously seen as above the estimated price tag for the project.

Council members approved a $882,756.25 contract with A-Tech Concrete Company of Edison to construct a park on Welton Street.

Last month the city rejected a slightly higher bid of $897,316.25 from the ...

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