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East Brunswick: Wal-Mart Confrontation Leads to Aggravated Assault

EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - On September 15, 2017, patrol units responded to the Wal-Mart parking lot on Route 18 North for a motor vehicle accident resulting from a road rage incident. The investigation revealed that the victim and suspect were involved in a verbal dispute inside of Wal-Mart which later c

TAPINTO.NET - 2017-09-21 12:10:00

HomeGoods to open in East Brunswick on Oct. 8

EAST BRUNSWICK - Another new business is set to open in the township. HomeGoods will open at 8 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 8, at Summerhill Square, 585 Route 18 South. The 26,079 square-foot store is the 21st in the New York City market, according to a statement. Special Grand Opening Day hours will be from 8

MYCENTRALJERSEY.COM - 2017-09-21 16:03:41

East Brunswick: Rabid Bat Discovered on Yorktown Road

EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - The Middlesex County Office of Health Services is reporting that a bat tested positive for rabies in East Brunswick, Middlesex County, in the vicinity of Yorktown Rd and Brandywine Dr. This is the eighth (8) rabid animal reported within Middlesex County for 2017 and the first (1

TAPINTO.NET - 2017-09-21 12:50:00

Moe's Southwest Grill opens in East Brunswick

EAST BRUNSWICK - A soft opening was held Wednesday at Moe's Southwest Grill at 326 Route 18 North. A grand-opening celebration, which will include free giveaways, will be held Thursday at the new location. "Last year, Moe's Southwest Grill opened 66 new restaurants and the brand continues to experi

MYCENTRALJERSEY.COM - 2017-09-20 20:16:56

Are fewer, longer classes good for your kids?

An increasing number of New Jersey school districts in recent years have transitioned away from the traditional 45- or 50-minute, seven- or eight-period class schedules. While the majority of districts in New Jersey continue to use the traditional schedules, many now employ block scheduling - typica

ASBURY PARK PRESS - 2017-09-22 13:50:56

Spotswood, Helmetta residents to vote on school referendum

SPOTSWOOD - Voters in the borough, as well as in Helmetta, will hit the polls Tuesday to vote on a $1.7 million school referendum that school officials say will have a "zero tax increase" for taxpayers. If approved, the district would use the $1.2 million left over from a November 2015 referendum,

MYCENTRALJERSEY.COM - 2017-09-22 17:08:55

Jim Breuer tells stories, not jokes, and keeps them laughing

Comedian Jim Breuer, on a national tour since January, returns to New Jersey for two shows this month -- at State Theatre NJ and Mayo Performing Arts Center -- and another at Bergen PAC in December. Comedian Jim Breuer doesn't tell jokes. He tells stories -- about being a father to three daughters,

NJ.COM - 2017-09-22 15:00:36

Medical innovation has a price: BioNJ Rountable -- Biopharma execs share what's behind drug pricing

It's no secret that biopharmaceutical companies have become the target of heavy criticism from politicians and consumers due to high drug prices, especially at a time when health care reform in the U.S. has become a hot-button topic. The topic is especially of interest in New Jersey, given that some

NJBIZ - 2017-09-22 20:48:00

Myer Center planned for demolition and redevelopment

Roughly 36 acres of land in Tinton Falls will be demolished and redevelopment thanks to actions taken by Fort Monmouth Economic Revitalization Authority. FMERA's board approval will allow them to enter a purchase and sale agreement with the New Jersey Economic Development Authority. The EDA will acq

NJBIZ - 2017-09-22 19:28:00

Zelis Healthcare announces new additions to leadership team

Bedminster-based Zelis Healthcare, a health care information technology company, announced Friday three new additions to its executive team. Thomas Kloster, Timothy Wilde and Edward Fargis join Zelis as executive leaders in finance, technology and compliance, respectively. Kloster has been named chi

NJBIZ - 2017-09-22 19:06:00

Time for Congress to come together on joint employer

New Jersey's beaches, casinos, national parks and world-famous agricultural products have long attracted local residents and U.S. and international tourists alike. Together they spend $50 billion on food and drink, at hotels and lodges, and in retail establishments statewide. Although our hospitalit

NJBIZ - 2017-09-22 14:56:00

N.J. has near universal access to arts education, participation growing

Students in New Jersey schools have more access to arts education than ever before. According to a study conducted by Arts Ed NJ, 99 percent of New Jersey Schools provided arts education. Only 26 schools did not offer an arts education. As access to arts education reaches near universal levels, part

NJBIZ - 2017-09-21 22:31:00

Camden approves Amazon HQ2 proposal

Amazon's second headquarters is seemingly the prize everyone wants to win, but Camden said it believes it has a genuine shot at attracting the multibillion dollar e-commerce company. This week Camden's freeholder board voted unanimously to work with the state's Economic Development Agency to create

NJBIZ - 2017-09-21 20:55:00

You can spend a night in one of the UK's most haunted prisons

If you consider yourself a bit of a brave heart, see how well you fare after a night in one of UK's most haunted prisons. Fans of the supernatural are being given the opportunity to spend the night in Somerset's Shepton Mallet Prison and even try hunting some of the ghosts that call the prison their

NEW YORK POST - 2017-09-22 20:28:44

McDonald's delivery is now available in these 42 N.J. towns

McDonald's delivery service has expanded into three more New Jersey counties bringing the total towns where delivery is available to 42. The fast food chain said Thursday that customers who live near select locations in Middlesex, Somerset and Union counties will now be able to have their order brou

NJ.COM - 2017-09-22 15:02:35

The Hall Mills Murder Case by William Kunstler

The Hall-Mills Murder Case (The Minister and the Choir Singer)by William Kunstler (Rutgers University Press, 1964 At the end of Brown Avenue in Lavalette, NJ sits an ancient, gloomy, gray house. Flanked by contemporary beach homes, this brooding edifice stands out as a relic of a former era. My frie

TAPINTO.NET - 2017-09-22 04:00:00

The Melody Bar haunts their reverie: Why the former New Brunswick club still matters

What was it about the tiny club on French Street with the postage stamp-sized dance floor that has spurred two annual reunions of its patrons more than 15 years after its closing in 2001? Well, for one thing, it was the bar, said DJ Drew, aka Andrew Ruiz, who's leading the the charge at this year's

ASBURY PARK PRESS - 2017-09-22 16:54:17

Media Blitz: Week 3 Football Friday Frenzy

Welcome back as MyCentralJersey.com continues with complete coverage of Friday night's Week 3 Greater Middlesex Conference and Mid-State 37 Conference action. A full schedule of games can be found below. Final scores of those games, as well as links to stories, will be updated on this page throughou

MYCENTRALJERSEY.COM - 2017-09-22 00:00:01

New Amazon HQ? Why Not New Brunswick?

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Middlesex County, New Brunswick and Rutgers University officials are eyeing the Hub City and surrounding area as a potential spot for Amazon's "HQ2,"an East Coast headquarters, that would employ as many as 50,000 people The online retail giant, which is headquartered in Seattle,

TAPINTO.NET - 2017-09-22 15:03:00

Hackensack Meridian Health opens medical-surgical suite in Brick

The Hackensack Meridian Health Ocean Medical Center recently held a ribbon cutting ceremony for its new 36,000-square-foot medical-surgical floor in Brick. The opening of the floor represented an $18.5 million investment for Hackensack, and will aim to provide exceptional patient experience, Hackens

NJBIZ - 2017-09-22 19:43:00