Guest Column

July 10, 2018

EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - There is much focus on preventative opioid abuse education. Rightfully so. However, the goal in addressing the opioid epidemic is saving lives. Even if that means just saving one life. While people are becoming increasingly aware of resources relating to rehabilitative ...

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EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - In September of 1997 with new sneakers laced up and a whistle around his neck, Erik Myer walked into the gym of Warnsdorfer Elementary School as the new Physical Education teacher, and has been shaping the bodies and minds of students ever since. Twenty-one years later, Erik ...

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PRINCETON, NJ - In front of about 5,000 people in attendance at the March for Our Lives Rally in Princeton on Saturday, East Brunswick Junior Vidhya Dhar delivered the following speech about the need for increased safety in America's public schools: Hello everyone. Thank you all for coming. Even ...

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EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - One would never think for a second that East Brunswick could ever be a resort town, but before all the housing developments filled up the town, that was the case. An example was Patrick’s Corner, located along Riva Avenue and fronting Farrington Lake. This was an area of East ...

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EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - On Sunday night, a group of parents, residents, and young citizens met at my home to discuss the recent school massacre that occurred at Parkland School in Florida.  As East Brunswick residents, we identified with that particular district and that school, seeing lots of ...

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Middlesex County offers plenty of fun and free local activities for the winter months. And when the worst of the season’s weather does hit, our Office of Public Works is there to clear the streets, making sure you and your family stay safe as you travel to work and school. Through rain, snow, and ...

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"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has." "We won't have a society if we destroy the environment." Margaret Mead If gaining an insight into local and statewide environmental issues is close to your ...

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EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - East Brunswick knows how it feels to be left-swiped on Tinder - briefly considered, judged, and rejected.  Ever since Trader Joe's chose to open on Route 1 South in North Brunswick, East Brunswick has been sitting at the far end of the bar, staring down into a flat beer and ...

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EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ -  Since its opening half a century ago, the East Brunswick Public Library has grown enormously.   Hundreds visit this library every day, whether it be for renting, studying, or creating. It is more than just a place for books; it is a little community center for the residents ...

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Are you a New Jersey business owner who has already realized the potential of a global market or an entrepreneur seeking to increase sales and profit by taking your business worldwide?  The New Jersey Business Action Center (BAC) has been awarded a $606,151 State Trade Expansion Program (STEP) ...

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As summer winds down, birds and retirees aren't the only ones flying south for the winter.   Monarch butterflies — the regal pollinators known for glimmering orange and black wings — are about to embark on an annual journey to Mexico that will span thousands of miles. Along the way, many will ...

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For over 30 years the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has tried – and failed –to modernize America’s woefully dysfunctional air traffic control system (ATC). It is time to get ATC out from under the thumbs of federal bureaucrats and partisan politicians, and create a completely new structure ...

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PISCATAWAY, NJ – Nearly 100 area residents and visitors came together to stand against bigotry and prejudice at a vigil held at Perrine Park on Rivercrest Drive in Piscataway Monday night. The “Vigil against Racism and Hate” event was one of many organized in communities around New Jersey and the ...

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