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NJ TRANSIT’s Mobile App Upgrades: Keeping Riders in the Know

NEW JERSEY – With more and more riders returning to public transportation, NJ TRANSIT’s recent changes to mobile apps literally represent well-timed upgrades.

Smartphone users can readily appreciate the ease of information available at their fingertips. A few swipes on the mobile app replace the need for paper schedules and more.  The mobile app is available on both Google ...

Buggin' Halloween Photo Contest

Viking's 3rd Annual Buggin' Halloween Photo Contest Starts Friday, October 1, 2021!  Submit a photo of you, your pet, or a loved one dressed as a creepy-crawly bug, insect, or another pest for your chance to win a $100 Amazon gift card and other awesome prizes! Click here to learn more and enter the contest!

Chargers Beat Edison In First Annual Soccer For A Cause Festival

October 14, 2021

METUCHEN, NJ - The Spotswood High School girls varsity soccer team was one of 14 Greater Middlesex Conference teams taking part in Saturday's first annual Soccer For a Cause Festival at Metuchen High School. Spotswood defeated Edison High School 2-1 for the team's 10th victory of the season. Kirti Craig netted the game winner in the second half on a feed from Cailin Lennan. Vada Leaver ...

Edison Library Program: Houseplants on a Budget

October 20, 2021

Monday – November 8, 2021 at 1:00 PM, The Edison Public Library is pleased to announce a Zoom Program: Houseplants on a Budget

This program covers budget-friendly ways to buy and care for houseplants. Attendees will also learn about plant propagation.

Attention Adult Patrons: You do not have to be an Edison resident to attend our Adult programs. All Are Welcome!
Library Card and Pin ...

Wardlaw+Hartridge Students Embrace Spirit Week Themes

EDISON -- Students in all three divisions at The Wardlaw+Hartridge School in Edison enjoyed a week of daily themes to celebrate Spirit Week from Oct. 4-8.

Upper School students engaged in a week of friendly competition and the seniors prevailed with the class championship in a narrow 160-140 victory over the juniors thanks to solid performances each day. Daily themes included Color Day ...

Wardlaw+Hartridge Community Enjoys Return of Fall Fair and Homecoming Day

EDISON -- The community of parents, students, faculty, staff, trustees, alumni and friends at The Wardlaw+Hartridge School in Edison enjoyed fun, food and games as Fall Fair and Homecoming Day returned on Oct. 7 after a one-year hiatus.

This year’s event was held outdoors at the back of campus with volunteers from the Parents’ Association, Booster Club and W+H student body ...

Healthgrades Recognizes All Atlantic Health System Medical Centers for Hallmark Specialties


All five Atlantic Health System medical centers were honored for delivering high-quality care and superior outcomes across multiple specialties in the Healthgrades 2022 Report to the Nation, released today. Among the national and regional recognitions, Morristown Medical Center became the only hospital in the nation to achieve 2022 Specialty Excellence awards in each of the following ...

Don't Make These Common Small Business Marketing Mistakes

Hope you're sitting down for this one.  A 2021 report from Top Design Firms says 28% of small businesses don't have a website.

Of the 72% who have a website, maintaining it can be a full-time job all by itself. Customers have elevated expectations and the website has to match that.  Small business owners often don't have that time.  Forbes has some suggestions ...

Saint Joseph High School Inducts the 2021 Class into its Athletics Hall of Fame

METUCHEN, NJ -- NBA superstar Karl-Anthony Towns and Brandon Bielak, a pitcher for the Houston Astros, were among the honorees for Saint Joseph High School's Hall of Fame Induction Class of 2021. The event was held at the Metuchen Golf and Country Club in Edison on Fri., Oct. 8.

The list of inductees included:

Craig Belunes ‘77 - Wrestling
Brandon ...

East Brunswick is Getting a New Nature Park

October 20, 2021

EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - After being surrounded by a high fence and blanketed with no trespassing signs and off limits to residents for more than 40 years, very soon, the Fried Industries National Priority Site (aka Superfund) will become East Brunswick’s newest park. A new name is in the making, so we won’t need to call it the Fried site any longer, and can remove a stain that has ...

Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Names New COO

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital’s new chief operating officer brings expertise in driving clinical excellence across integrated health care systems gleaned during his time at some of the best and biggest hospitals in the country.

Alan Lee, who recently served in multiple senior leadership roles at New York-Presbyterian, will be responsible for aligning ...

Soccer Festival Raises Nearly $17,000 for Charity

METUCHEN, NJ - Through their participation in the Soccer for a Cause Charity Festival, 14 high school girls soccer teams from the Greater Middlesex Conference combined to raise a total of nearly $17,000 for two New Jersey-based nonprofits.

In addition, the nearly 300 players and coaches involved in the fundraising event collected nonperishable food items for REPLENISH, Nourishing ...

Spotswood Girls Soccer Knocks Out Edison In GMC Tourney On Goal By Violet Tharney

EDSION, NJ - The Spotswood High School girls varsity soccer team's defense came up big in the first round of the Greater Middlesex Conference on Monday with a 1-0 shutout victory over sixth seeded Edison High School. Morgan Zink made 15 saves to help lock down the win. Freshman Violet Tharney netted the winning goal in the second half in her first GMC tournament on a feed from Juliana Krefski ...

Enjoy the Beauty and Science Behind Fall Color

The brilliant fall color in our landscapes is a magical transformation that happens each year.  And the science behind it is just as intriguing. 

Each fall as the days shorten our deciduous trees and shrubs begin this transformation.  The plants produce less of the chlorophyll that gives leaves their normal green color.  The existing chlorophyll starts breaking down, ...

How to Keep Our Children Safer in the Classroom

Have you ever thought about how important it is to synchronize activities and, for that matter, technologies? For example, without a conductor and a high level of coordination and teamwork, a symphony orchestra wouldn’t be completely coordinated to play the right notes at the right time. This same principle of coordination applies to a school’s emergency response system. 

A ...