Middlesex County

County Unveils Emergency Radio System Overhaul

MIDDLESEX COUNTY – Middlesex County Freeholder Mildred S. Scott, chairperson of the county’s Law and Public Safety Committee, was joined by county and local public safety officials in unveiling the county’s new radio system that improves the reliability, security and effectiveness of emergency radio communications on a daily basis and in the event of any large-scale crisis.

NJ Blood Services Hosts Photography Exhibit

NEW BRUNSWICK—Aside from being a community center to donate whole blood and platelets, New Jersey Blood Services (NJBS), a division of the New York Blood Center (NYBC), is now host to the Gallery at New Street, which will exhibit the works of New Jersey artists and photographers.

Congressman Announces Student Art Contest

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Rep. Leonard Lance (R-NJ) announced Friday that he will be hosting a congressional art contest for high school students within the Seventh Congressional District, which includes towns in Hunterdon, Middlesex, Somerset, and Union counties.

State Library’s Free Homework Help Program Expands To 109 Communities

TRENTON—The New Jersey State Library, in partnership with PSEG Foundation and Praxair Foundation, announced that free homework help would now be available to the students, residents and users of 109 public libraries through the popular Live Homework Help NJ program.

New Bereavement Group In East Brunswick

EAST BRUNSWICK—Jewish Family and Vocational Service of Middlesex County announced a new bereavement support group that will be held at East Brunswick Jewish Center on Ryder’s Lane in East Brunswick, every Wednesday beginning March 24 from 6:30 – 8 p.m. (except for March 31).

Honored for Service

EDISON—Eight Middlesex County College adjunct faculty members were honored for service during Adjunct Faculty Development Day, an annual professional enrichment program at the College held March 6.

Visiting Ancient Egypt

EDISON—Museo de pyramides, a special museum filled with specially-crafted Egyptian pyramids, was open for viewing at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison in the classroom of Aurea Hernandez-Webster, Lower School Spanish teacher, earlier this month.