METUCHEN — Dr. Tracey Severns, assistant commissioner of education, visited the Metuchen school district on Friday, Nov. 15. She stopped in at an Edgar Middle School math class co-taught by Mrs. Vorensky and Ms. Such.
TRENTON – The state Department of Transportation (NJDOT) today announced an upcoming traffic pattern switch on Route 27 as construction progresses to the next stage on the bridge over the Middlesex Greenway, which runs along an abandoned Conrail freight railroad line in Metuchen.
METUCHEN — A raccoon found in the vicinity of Oak Avenue and Maple Avenue in Metuchen has tested positive for rabies, according to the Middlesex County Office of Health Services. This is the 13th rabid animal reported within Middlesex County for 2013 and the third in Metuchen.
MIDDLESEX COUNTY – Here are some memories from a contributor: “I worked for the Linwood Grove as a high school student, working in the snack bar, setting up and cleaning the ballroom. I later worked as a bartender. I believe that the picture was a postcard that the owners had made up for advertising purposes.”
METUCHEN — Metuchen Superintendent Vincent Caputo presents fifth grader Edward Kalegi with a certificate recognizing his top scaled score of 300 in mathematics on the 2013 administration of NJASK. Kalegi was among 58 students honored at the Oct. 29 board of…
In their quest to gain control of the state Senate, New Jersey Republicans are hoping Gov. Chris Christie’s coattails are long enough to carry them to victory in an unexpected district, the overwhelmingly Democratic 18th, where state Sen. Barbara Buono’s gubernatorial bid has put her seat in play.
METUCHEN — The Friends of the Metuchen Library will take a bus trip to the Metropolitan Museum of Art to view the Christmas tree and creche erected for the holiday on Tuesday, Dec. 3. Visitors will also be able to view the museums permanent collection and special exhibitions.
TRENTON – A Middlesex County jury found the primary owner and operator of a third-party insurance administrator guilty of stealing approximately half a million dollars from a trust fund that administered health insurance policies and prescription coverage for hundreds of employees and their families, Acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman announced.