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Woodbridge Township School District hires new food service provider

WOODBRIDGE - After shortcomings with Chartwells, the Woodbridge Township School District will soon have a new food service provider. The Board of Education approved a...

Woodbridge takes stand on providing housing for domestic violence victims

WOODBRIDGE - The township is in the process of allocating eight apartment units for domestic violence victims, which will make Woodbridge stand at the...
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Eleven adoptions finalized during National Adoption Day event

In honor of National Adoption Day on Nov. 20, Middlesex County hosted its 14th annual National Adoption Day event on Nov. 17 where 11...

Former Oakite site will soon see senior facility, daycare center and coffee shop

METUCHEN - The Oakite redevelopment plan on Middlesex Avenue is moving forward with an assisting living and memory care facility, a daycare center and...

Edison man accused of downloading child pornography using public Wi-Fi

  An Edison man has been charged for his alleged involvement in a child pornography investigation. William Geisz, 79, of Edison, was charged on Nov. 15...
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Affordable housing for veterans and families now available on former Camp Kilmer site

EDISON - Camp Kilmer was one of the largest processing centers for troops during World War II. So it's only fitting the site has...

Community Bulletin Board: Criterion Sentinel (for November 17)

For those who would like to combat antisemitism, a new training series begins Nov. 17 at 7:30 p.m. via Zoom. Jewish Federation’s Jewish Community...

Mayor-elect: Edison can become a regional hub for corporate businesses

EDISON - Designating areas in need of redevelopment could be a good thing for Edison. That is what Mayor-elect Sam Joshi said he has learned...

Avenel resident affected by PFOA notice files class action lawsuit against Middlesex Water Company

An Avenel resident, who suffers from specific health concerns and a severely compromised immune system, filed a class action lawsuit in Middlesex County Superior...

Edison’s Amboy Avenue revitalized with new opportunities under ‘The Big Tent’

EDISON - The beautification and improvements on Amboy Avenue in the Clara Barton section of the township have been a long time coming. Businesses such...

Municipalities affected by PFOA notice may file class action lawsuit

A class action lawsuit(s) may be filed against companies responsible for polluted groundwater in the municipalities affected by Middlesex Water Company's drinking water notice...

Women Aware awarded $1M grant from U.S. Department of Justice Office for Violence Against...

Women Aware, Inc. recently received an unprecedented $1 million grant from the U. S. Department of Justice Office for Violence Against Women 2021 Improving...

Jewish Family Services of Middlesex County unveils new location

Jewish Family Services of Middlesex County (JFS Middlesex) offers an array of responsive programs empowering individuals and families to achieve holistic wellness. Services include the...

Monroe Township Chorus performance dedicated to those who served on the front lines

MONROE - The Monroe Township Chorus will perform in person once again on Nov. 21. After a year-and-a-half hiatus due to the novel coronavirus pandemic,...

Community Bulletin Board: Criterion Sentinel (for November 10)

The Edison Holiday Art & Craft Festival, formerly known as Sugarloaf, will be held from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Nov. 12 and 13,...
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Middlesex College takes prizes in two marketing competitions 

Middlesex College won two awards in an international marketing competition, and one in a regional contest open to marketing professionals at community colleges. The College...
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Physicians recall emotional first wave of novel coronavirus pandemic

In the initial weeks of the novel coronavirus pandemic, healthcare professionals were scrambling to take care of their patients as best they could. The evolving...
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Female physicians: Inequality still exists among men and women in the field

EDISON - Close to 30 years ago, there were very few women in leadership roles at Hackensack Meridian Health (HMH) JFK University Medical Center. Just...
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