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Borough officials took the first step in addressing congestion problems during drop-off and pick-up involving ride share services at the Metuchen Train Station. Day in... [Read More]
Six local Allstate Agency owners, two from Middlesex County, volunteered their time in their communities to secure a $6,000 Allstate Foundation grant for Junior Achievement... [Read More]
A lifelong Metuchenite has joined his hometown police force. Brian Mulligan was officially sworn in at a Borough Council meeting on Dec. 3. "Not only... [Read More]
A fundraising effort to secure donations to assist the more than 30 residents of the Hillside Garden Apartments left homeless after a fire swept through... [Read More]
For 15 years, the TA Sprinkler Light Show at a residence on Central Avenue has brought holiday cheer with its extravagant 20-minute light show. The... [Read More]
The Old Bridge High School (OBHS) Marching Band, the only one selected from New Jersey, is gearing up to represent the state and the USS... [Read More]
The time spent trying to make Old Bridge High School a unified, all inclusive school has paid off. That effort has resulted in the high... [Read More]
Tricia DiPietro heard about the Make-A-Wish Foundation through her son's school in Old Bridge. Year after year, students in the Old Bridge Public Schools write... [Read More]
The 1,000 or so students who attend the Jonas Salk Middle School are back in classes after missing two days as a result of mold... [Read More]
As campaign season gets underway in Edison, elected officials on both sides of the aisle do not want the hatred they witnessed last year to... [Read More]
Borough residents trekked some 750 miles, spent 200 hours, and made 459 trips in the 10 days since LimeBike was launched on Aug. 25. Councilman... [Read More]
Peter J. Barnes Jr., who passed away one day shy of his 90th birthday last week, led an exemplary life of public service. Barnes, of... [Read More]
A raccoon found in the vicinity of Lori and Michelle streets recently has tested positive for rabies, the second in the township this year, according... [Read More]
Come April 2019, local food establishments in the township will be required to provide a single separate menu identifying menu foods containing or prepared with... [Read More]
Sit down with William Enoch and he'll tell you about his time in the U.S. Army during World War II. Ken Durkin, quartermaster for the... [Read More]
Twenty years ago, through the impetus of Robert and Christine Donohue, a Buddy Ball program was born. "The idea of Buddy Ball started with my... [Read More]
Joint investigations with police departments in Edison, Piscataway and South Plainfield led to four arrests in connection with seizures of illegal drugs including methamphetamine, GHB,... [Read More]
It was a fun-filled day of tennis matches and food, all for a good cause. Lambert G. Belandres of East Brunswick and Jeff LaCasse of... [Read More]
More new life may soon breathe into the former Oakite factory property, which manufactured asbestos building materials until the 1980s. "The Oakite redevelopment project has... [Read More]
A recent partnership between American Water Resources and the Monroe Township Utility Department gives homeowners another option with their water and sewer line protections. "The... [Read More]