Edison

Edison Mayoral Race Could Have Intrigue

EDISON – Council President Robert Diehl and Councilwoman Antonia Ricigliano have both expressed interest in running for Mayor next year, and Councilman Anthony Massaro is considering his options. The 2009 election season could get very interesting, since Mayor Jun Choi…

Edison Announces Holiday Celebration

EDISON—The township’s 20-foot live blue spruce Christmas tree will be lit in a special ceremony on Tuesday, Dec. 2. The celebration will begin at 7:30 p.m. in front of the Heritage at Clara Barton, Amboy Avenue and 3rd Street, Edison.…

Gathering Good Will

Gathering Good Will—Students in Debbie Kendall’s fifth grade class at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison gather a large collection of food donations collected by the Lower School students that will be distributed by Starfish Foundation in Plainfield to the needy.…

Making The Season Brighter

Making The Season Brighter—Stuffing, gravy, mashed potatoes, and cranberry sauce were just some of the items collected by Upper School students at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison this week. The donations will be delivered to Starfish Foundation in Plainfield to…

Gooey Gourds

Gooey Gourds—Fourth graders in Kathy Meier’s Lower School science class dissected pumpkins on Oct. 31 to start their plant unit in science tech. The students count the pumpkin’s creases and seeds and analyze how the number of creases corresponds to…

Haunting Prose

Haunting Prose—Joseph Alamo, a seventh grader at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison, captured the attention of judges with his playful and spooktacular prose and his poem won first place in the Middle School competition. He was awarded a basketful of…