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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…

Bollwage Appointee Indicted

ELIZABETH — A federal grand jury has indicted a construction contractor who was appointed by Mayor J. Christian Bollwage to the city parking authority. Raymond Vella, 32, of Elizabeth, was charged with five counts of mail fraud, one count of…

Rahway PAL Celebrates Memorial Day

RAHWAY—On Saturday, May 24, Rahway PAL hosted its annual Memorial Day picnic for players, and their families and friends. The day was filled with good food and lots of fun and activities. Our guests were treated to a 65-foot obstacle…

Soehl Science Stars

Soehl Science Stars—Linden Soehl Middle School students Adedayo Kolawole and Shira NesSmith were chosen to attend the Douglas Science Institute for a summer program. There are only 50 young women through out the state of New Jersey that are afforded…