PISCATAWAY – East Brunswick senior guard Nicole Johnson is known for a tireless engine. That drive was on display Thursday night, especially in crunch time during the unbeaten Bears’ biggest game of the season.Johnson hit two free throws with 3.6 seconds left in regulation to force overtime at Piscataway, then scored nine of her team’s 15 overtime points in a 77-68 victory over the previously undefeated Chiefs
EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ – The East Brunswick boys’ basketball team hosted John F. Kennedy Memorial High School for a Saturday afternoon game. The Bears jumped out to an early lead and never took their foot off the gas as they pulled out a 62-33 victory in dominating fashion.
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EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ – The East Brunswick varsity wrestling team came up with a 45-33 victory over Ridge on Saturday.
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EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ – The East Brunswick Bears took a lead early over the Marlboro Mustangs and they were able to hold onto it for the whole game. With great offense and defense, the Bears were able to pull out a 28-14 victory.
EAST BRUNSWICK, N.J. – Steven Albert has been an avid birder for over 50 years, ever since a downy woodpecker in his apartment courtyard caught his eye. An East Brunswick resident for 30 years, he frequently birds around town and in his backyard. He will bring his knowledge of East Brunswick’s bird population to the East Brunswick Library at 7 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 18, for a program on “Birding in East Brunswick.” Albert’s talk is part of the Option Green lecture series offered by the Friends of the East
Victoria Contstantin had a goal and an assist to lift East Brunswick to a 3-0 win over J.P. Stevens in Edison.
Isabella Martillo and Gina Morrison each scored for East Brunswick, which led 2-0 at halftime. Bailey Dressner and Madison Mandleur each had an assist.
Lauren Krinsky and Ariel Salaman each made one save for East Brunswick. Sarah Zimmer made 14 saves for J.P. Stevens.
MONROE, NJ – The East Brunswick Bears trailed the Monroe Falcons by 14 points entering the fourth quarter. The Bears stormed back and had the chance to take the lead but a missed field goal resulted in a 21-19 loss for EB.Monroe struck first as they were able to intercept a pass and return it 45 yards for a touchdown to take an early 7-0 lead. In the second quarter East Brunswick put together a great drive and got into field goal range. However, the Bears were not able to capitalize as they missed the kick
Reflecting hurricane weakness in Houston, existing home sales came in at the low estimate in August, at a 5.350 million annualized rate for a 1.7 percent monthly decline. Sales in the South fell 5.7 percent in the month to a 2.150 million rate though sales in the West also fell, down 4.8 percent to 1.200 million. These were offset by a 2.4 percent gain in the Midwest to a 1.280 million rate and a 10.8 percent jump in the least active housing region which is the Northeast to a 720,000 rate.The split betwee
Median home prices across the nation have been increasing with gusto, though perhaps not at levels as staggering as San Jose’s median price tag of $1,183,400. In the second quarter of 2017, prices jumped by 6.2 percent compared with the same period in 2016 to an average cost of $258,300, according to the National Association of Realtors. While trends diverge profoundly from place to place — for all sorts of economic, geographical and lifestyle reasons — a good many of the nation’s metropolitan locales have experienced record appreciation. Coupled with inventory that is 9 percent lower than it was in 2016 and income that has not kept up with prices, the natural post-recession question arises.–– ADVERTISEMENT ––One decade after the biggest housing collapse in America’s history led to a global recession, could we be facing another crisis?“Not happening,” says Burns, adding that the 2007 housing crash “was based on lending practices which have since been cleaned up.”
The campus landscape at Rutgers University keeps transforming, with a slew of construction projects that were recently completed or are going through their final touches. Students returning for classes this semester will notice a new look to College Avenue in New Brunswick, as well as a brand new nursing and science building in Camden and a massive chemistry complex that’s towering over the Busch Campus in Piscataway.
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