News

Edison man admits fraudulently overbilling Amtrak

A former Amtrak supervisor has admitted to fraudulently overbilling Amtrak overtime and regular hours that he claimed to be working when he was actually...

OPINION

Hospital pledges fair treatment for all

The bylaws of the medical staff of Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital (RWJUH) in New Brunswick state that all patients will be treated “without...

Clergy denounces bomb threats

In response to reports that multiple bomb threats have been called in to Jewish Community Centers in multiple States, the members of the Metuchen-Edison...

BUSINESS

By the numbers

Spring for ‘Firsts’ 44 Percentage of buyers planning to purchase a home in spring 2017 who are first-timers. Source: realtor.com © CTW Features

Rules for today’s homebuyers

Author and expert Ilyce Glink offers her top tips for smart buying By Matthew M. F. Miller CTW Features Whether you’re a first-time buyer or ready to...

CALENDAR

Disabilities Connection resource fair set for March 18

The Disabilities Connection Information & Resource Fair will be held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on March 18 at the Edison Senior Center,...

Free seminar on wills, estate planning set for March 6

The South Brunswick Library will hold a free Wills, Estate Planning & Probate seminar at 2 p.m. on March 6 at the library, 110 Kingston...

OBITS

Francis Ronald Hogan

With sadness we announce the passing of Francis Ronald Hogan of White House, Tenn., formerly of Manalapan, on Jan. 4, 2017. Ron was born on...

Eleanor Mott Kane

Eleanor Mott Kane, 90, passed away on Feb. 5, at the Francis E. Parker Home, Easton Ave., New Brunswick. She was employed at Middlesex County...

Leo P. Sotak

Leo P. Sotak, 89, of Simpson, Pennsylvania, died on Feb. 2, 2017 at the Gino Merli Veteran Center, Scranton, Pennsylvania. His wife, the former Regina...
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