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Teens charged in car breakins

METUCHEN — Shortly after a resident alerted police that his car was broken into last week, two teenagers were arrested and charged with the burglary and...

Local restaurants cited for halal violations

The state attorney general has cited 15 businesses for failing to disclose practices relating to food served as halal as the holy month of...

Grant helps enhance the Middlesex County Greenway

METUCHEN — A grant from Investors Foundation, which supports non-profit organizations that enrich the diverse communities served by Investors Bank, will help enhance the Middlesex...

For the Record

Edison resident Charles Nolley – a World War II veteran assigned to the 115th Army Air Force Base Unit that supported the famed Tuskegee...

‘Doc’ Paterniti remembered

BY KATHY CHANG Staff Writer EDISON — Thomas "Doc" Paterniti, who is regarded as a legend in Middlesex County politics, served as a mentor for many. “I...

Middlesex County foster children benefit from annual fundraiser

NEW BRUNSWICK - About 200 community members, local and state leaders and child advocates helped raise funds to help Middlesex County foster children. Held at...

DWI checkpoints set for prom and graduation season

Police will set up sobriety checkpoints around Middlesex County as part of a program to ensure the safety of high school students during their...

Huntington Learning Center celebrates 40 years of creating bright futures

Huntington Learning Center is celebrating its 40th year of helping students unlock their academic potential. Since its founding in 1977 by Dr. Raymond and Mrs....

Fire safety poster chosen as state American Legion winner

BY KATHY CHANG Staff Writer MILLTOWN — Area students received awards for participating in the annual Middlesex County American Legion Safety Poster, Coloring and Oratorical contests. First...

Police Unity Tour stops in Edison to honor fallen officers

BY KATHY CHANG Staff Writer EDISON — Local officers participated in the 2017 Police Unity Tour last week. Fourteen Edison Township police officers and two Woodbridge Township...
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