Recent Tapinto Articles

East Brunswick Birders Keep an Eye on Our Natural Environment

EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - On Saturday January 13, the Friends of the East Brunswick Environmental Commission led its annual Winter Birding Day, visiting a variety of locations within the township.

East Brunswick: 2018 FBI Youth Leadership Program Seeks Applicants

WASHINGTON, DC - The FBI National Academy Associates, Inc.

Girl Scout Cookie Program Runs January 18 Through March 11

EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - From local businesses to popular shopping malls, Girl Scouts will be setting up cookie booths for their annual Cookie Program, the largest girl-led business in the nation.

Follow the Money

In 2013 a man in the UK cleaned out his junk drawer and absently tossed an old hard drive dismantled from a Dell Computer into the trash.  The hard drive, rusting in landfill somewhere in Wales, co... read more

Rutgers ​Plans New Chapter for New Brunswick's Riverfront

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - For decades, the remaking of New Brunswick's riverfront has been a tug of war between historical and environmental conservationist​s​ on the one hand, and developers and city of... read more

East Brunswick's Michelle Wilson Named Executive Director of Elijah’s Promise


Boys Basketball: Bears Lose in a Nail-Biter Against St. Joes, 70-66

METUCHEN, NJ - The East Brunswick boys’ basketball team met the St. Joe's Falcons for the second time this season but this time in Metuchen.

Red Cross blood shortage prompts urgent call for blood and platelet donations during National Blood Donor Month

This January, National Blood Donor Month, the American Red Cross has an urgent need for blood and platelet donors of all blood types to make an appointment to give now and help address a winter blo... read more

Girls Basketball: East Brunswick Keeps Streak Alive vs. Edison

EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - The East Brunswick girls basketball team remained undefeated with a 62-55 victory over Edison Tuesday night.

Facebook Changes Its News Feed; How You Can Get Your Local News

NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ – Facebook recently announced it is changing its news feed and algorithms so that news from legitimate publishers and posts from businesses will seldom appear.