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Intersection of Route 1 and 130 in 1933
North Brunswick Train Station Funding Announcement
Groundbreaking Ceremony of new Middle School at Renaissance Boulevard
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North Brunswick News & Notices

  • Passport Services Cancelled, Tuesday, January 16 +

    The Township of North Brunswick will not be processing passport applications today, January 16.
  • Carbon Monoxide kills even during snowstorms - Don't be Fooled +

    New Jersey is weathering a fierce snowstorm with dangerous, even deadly, travel conditions – low visibility, slippery/icy roads, frigid temperatures, gusting winds, high snow totals and possible flooding. When storms of this magnitude occur, it is common to see an uptick in carbon monoxide poisoning exposures/injuries. Click on the link for ways to reduce your risk of CO exposure/poisoning. Read More
  • PM Pediatrics Extended Winter Hours +

  • NBTPD Capt. Brian Hoiberg graduates from the FBI National Academy Session #270 +

    On Friday, December 15, North Brunswick Township Police Captain Brian Hoiberg was among the 220 graduates of the FBI National Academy Session #270. The graduation was held at the FBI Training Academy in Quantico, Virginia. After completing the challenging 11 week course, Captain Hoiberg now joins the ranks of FBI National Academy graduates who make up less than one percent of the country’s law enforcement officers. Congratulations Capt. Hoiberg! Read More
  • North Brunswick World War I Exhibit receives grant +

    North Brunswick World War I Exhibit receives grant The Township of North Brunswick's World War I Centennial Committee has been recognized for their World War I 'We Remember' exhibit, including the historic cemetery walk at Elmwood Cemetery, by receiving a grant from the Middlesex County Office of Culture and Heritage, provided by the Middlesex County Board of Chosen Freeholders and the New Jersey Historical Commission. The grant also recognizes North Brunswick Township High School for their World War I Commemoration program during their Veterans' Day ceremony.
  • Funding for the North Brunswick Train Station announced +

    It was an afternoon of celebration Saturday, October 28 at the Greene Turtle Sports Bar and Grille as Mayor Francis ‘Mac’ Womack, along with State and Middlesex County officials and the Township Council, announced funding for the North Brunswick train station at the Main Street North Brunswick transit village. Read More
  • NJ Division of Taxation's Somerville Regional Office offers tax assistance +

  • North Brunswick Historical Society launches first website +

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