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Middlesex County News

August 23, 2021

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – It was sheer luck that a casting agency working for Verizon Wireless stumbled upon his face through a Google search and ended up casting him in a commercial that first aired during the Oscars. It was nothing but dedication and hard work that earned him a promotion last month ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Although cannabis has been decriminalized in New Jersey, under federal law it remains illegal and subject to prosecution on Rutgers property and at university events, university officials said following release of a task force report on the law’s impact. Earlier this year, ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – A non-profit activist group and 18 students have filed a lawsuit challenging Rutgers’ university-wide COVID-19 vaccine student mandate. Scotch Plains-based attorney Julio Gomez, who is representing Georgia-based Children’s Health Defense and the students, argued in the ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – A non-profit activist group led by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., and 18 students have filed a lawsuit challenging Rutgers’ university-wide COVID-19 vaccine student mandate. Scotch Plains-based attorney Julio Gomez, who is representing Georgia-based Children’s Health Defense and the ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – Many of the patients in the throes of drug overdose are on death’s doorstep by the time they arrive at the doors of the Saint Peter’s University Hospital’s emergency room. Nurse manager Janine Brys, MSN, RN, FN-CSA, CEN, and the rest of the emergency staff know that each time ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK and HIGHLAND PARK, NJ – Jeff Boyd doesn’t have a bridge he’d like to sell you, but he wants your help in having one renamed to honor a renowned Rutgers scientist whose work has saved millions of lives. Boyd and his pal Matthew Hersh have launched a campaign to rename the Albany ...

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