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Woodbridge new COVID-19 cases under 10, Avenel Performing Arts Center, Curtains Restaurant will offer...

WOODBRIDGE – Woodbridge officials reported six new positive COVID-19 cases, which bring the total number of cases to 1,547, according to Mayor John McCormac...
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Middlesex County offers grant to businesses with less than 10 employees impacted by COVID-19

To assist local small businesses during the coronavirus pandemic, Middlesex County is introducing a Small Business Grant program using federal Community Development Block Grant...
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Local officials, police speak on events in Minneapolis, call for unity to end racism

Local officials took to social media, whether in a statement or personal note, to express their thoughts following the events surrounding the death of...

Community Bulletin Board: Criterion Sentinel (for June 3)

  Editor's note: In light of recent events related to coronavirus, some organizations have decided to cancel their upcoming programs. Please check the status of...
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Metuchen new COVID-19 cases are low, borough Recreation Department expected to release information on...

METUCHEN – Metuchen has reported two new COVID-19 cases, bringing the total to 129 cases as of June 2, according to information provided by...
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Woodbridge new COVID-19 cases remain low, township summer camps will begin July 6

WOODBRIDGE – Woodbridge officials reported five new positive COVID-19 cases, which bring the total number of cases to 1,541, according to Mayor John McCormac...

Edison new COVID-19 cases remain low, Edison Farmers Market opens from 1-3 p.m. today

EDISON – Edison officials reported four new positive cases of COVID-19, bringing the total number of cases to 1,793, according to the Edison Office...

Woodbridge Township police dispatcher resigns after making alleged discriminatory remarks on social media

WOODBRIDGE - A township dispatcher resigned after it was determined he posted "unauthorized comments" on social media, according to John Hagerty, communications director for...

Edison new COVID-19 cases under five

EDISON – Edison officials reported four new positive cases of COVID-19, bringing the total number of cases to 1,789, according to the Edison Office...

Woodbridge new COVID-19 cases remain in single digits, mayor addresses racism

WOODBRIDGE – Woodbridge officials reported 12 new positive COVID-19 cases over a three-day period, which bring the total number of cases to 1,539, according...
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Water rate increases on horizon in Edison; current limited manpower, equipment preventing water utility...

EDISON - With current limited manpower and equipment, the township's re-established Edison Water Utility has become a reactive department, not a proactive one it...

Edison new COVID-19 cases fluctuate, township loses one more resident

EDISON – Edison officials reported five new positive cases of COVID-19, bringing the total number of cases to 1,785, according to the Edison Office...

Large-scale research project focuses on horse-human bond for veterans with PTSD; therapy will be...

The Equine Science Center has announced its fundraising initiative kickoff for a large-scale research project focusing on Equine Assisted Activities & Therapies (EAAT) for...

Right at Home of Central New Jersey delivers more than 600 meals to healthcare...

When the coronavirus pandemic began, Right at Home of Central New Jersey set a goal to deliver 500 meals to professional partners and healthcare...

Edison Council comes to agreement with resolution against COVID-19 related hate speech and bias...

EDISON – The seven-member dais of the Edison Township Council has come to a consensus after reworking a resolution against COVID-19 related hate speech...

Edison new COVID-19 cases rise, township loses five more residents

EDISON – Edison officials reported 19 new positive cases of COVID-19, bringing the total number of cases to 1,780, according to the Edison Office...

Nominate those who dedicate themselves to people with disabilities for one of two awards

The Community Health Law Project (CHLP) has extended the deadline for nominations of candidates for the Ann Klein Advocate Awards and Mike Lione Accessibility...
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Metuchen has lost one more resident to COVID-19, Metuchen Municipal Pool closed for 2020...

METUCHEN – Metuchen has lost one more resident to COVID-19, according to information provided by Middlesex County. The borough has 127 confirmed positive COVID-19 cases...
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