Edison

Remembering the Past: Memories From Carteret, Edison and Metuchen

by Diane Norek Harrison Here are some tidbits from my own research from around the area: CARTERET–Remember these old businesses? B & B Lounge, Carroll’s, Charlie’s Angels, The Dixie, Adam Garber & Co., Nagy’s Bar, New Palace Theatre; 52 Roosevelt…

Local Communities Plan Independence Day Celebrations

MIDDLESEX COUNTY— Local communities throughout Middlesex County are planning concerts, festivals and fireworks displays to celebrate Independence Day. Sayreville will celebrate on Saturday, June 28, with a festival and fireworks at Kennedy Park, 820 Washington Road. The festival will run…

Seeing Stars

Seeing Stars—Sixth graders from The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison traveled on Monday, June 2, to The Franklin Institute in Philadelphia to visit the museum’s space exhibit and other demonstrations. Pictured, above, Sierra Gray of Carteret and her classmates looked through…

Edison Resident Receives Jefferson Award

EDISON—Township resident Walter Stochel, an environmentalist and historical preservationist, has been named a New Jersey Jefferson Award winner. “Walt Stochel has always made Edison proud and he has done so again in receiving this award. Citizens who give of themselves…

Drug-Free Is The Way To Be

Drug-Free Is The Way To Be—On the morning of May 21, fifth graders at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison were awarded certificates and t-shirts from Edison Police Officer Michael Gurovich and their teachers Nicole Nolan and Debbie Kendall, marking their…

Construction Started On Public Safety Center Project

EDISON—Mayor Jun Choi, along with public safety officials and members of the business community, dug shovels into the ground last week to break ground for a new public safety center. Construction has officially started on the Edison Public Safety Center…