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March 27, 2020
NJ Human Services Announces $70 Million in Food Assistance for Vulnerable FamiliesRead More March 26, 2020
Alternate Side Parking Regulations to be Temporarily SuspendedRead More March 26, 2020
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Do you know that New Brunswick was once called Prigmore's Swamp? Do you know the many accomplishments of Paul Robeson? Do you know our City's connection to the classic holiday movie, "It's a Wonderful Life"? Do you know why our City's oldest and biggest park is called Buccleuch? Do you know the 3rd public reading of the Declaration of Independence took place here in 1776? Do you know why we have a street in New Brunswick called "Joyce Kilmer Avenue"? Do you know that New Brunswick has a World War I monument? Did you know that luxury cars and aircraft engines were manufactured in New Brunswick? Do you know the true history of New Brunswick's 19th century landowner, Mary Ellis? Did you know that James P. Johnson, inventor of "slide" piano, was born in New Brunswick?