Edison

Edison Teen Wins Caring Award

EDISON—On the evening of Thursday, April 2, Avani Patel of Edison attended the Middlesex County Guidance Council’s 22nd Annual Recognition Program, where she received the Caring Award for outstanding service to our communities and those in need. At Wardlaw-Hartridge, Patel…

On The Hunt

  On The Hunt—Junior Kindergarten students at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison hunted down some colorful plastic eggs on the morning of Thursday, April 9, on the school campus courtyard. Edison residents Nicole Ling and Ananya Murlidharan are pictured, above,…

Choi Announces Campaign Slate, Launches Re-Election Bid

EDISON – Mayor Jun Choi officially announced his re-election campaign and named his running mates on Monday. The mayor, a Democrat seeking his second four-year term, is again running without the backing of the township’s Democratic organization. “We need to…

Author Of New “Titanic” Novel To Appear At College

EDISON—On April 15, the 97th anniversary of the sinking of the ship Titanic, Middlesex County College will present the author of the new historical fiction novel, Titanic: The Untold Story.   What separates this novel from all other Titanic literature…

Edison Deploys Emergency Response Radios To Boost Public Safety

EDISON—The township launched a new emergency response radio program last week, directly linking 26 schools, JFK Hospital, Menlo Park Mall and the Job Corps to the police department’s communications center. “Hopefully, these radios never have to be used, but our…

Students Assess Stimulus Package For Math Challenge

EDISON—Led by math teacher Benjamin Patiak, four students from The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison took part in a 14-hour mathematical modeling competition on Saturday, March 7.  Christopher Georgevich of Elizabeth, Saheela Ibraheem of Piscataway, Manish Kewalramani of Edison and Sahil…

College And Arts Center Host Literary Festival

EDISON—A literary festival celebrating the work of contemporary immigration writing will be held at Middlesex County College on Saturday, March 28. Admission is free and it is open to the public. “My New Life, My New Poem: A Festival of…

School Board Candidates File Petitions

STATE – Candidates have filed petitions to run for seats on area school boards. Though the original deadline was Monday afternoon, Gov. Jon Corzine extended it until 4 p.m. Wednesday because a snowstorm Monday caused most school districts to shut…

100 Days Of School

100 Days Of School—Kindergarteners at Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison celebrated 100 days of school on Feb. 19 by presenting projects they crafted from various materials like beads, Legos, cereal and stickers. Pictured above, Simone Erachshaw of Iselin shows her classmates…