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Thu, February 7, 7:00 PM

Schor Middle School, Piscataway

Schor Presents Lion King Junior

Arts & Entertainment Education

Add to My Calendar 02/07/2019 7:00pm 02/07/2019 9:00pm America/New_York Schor Presents Lion King Junior

Don't miss Schor Middle School's musical production of Lion King Junior! Performances take place on Thursday, February 7 and Friday, February 8 at 7 pm at Schor Middle School. Tickets are $5 and available at the door. Students under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

243 N Randolphville Rd Piscataway, NJ 08854
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Fri, February 8, 7:00 PM

Schor Middle School, Piscataway

Schor Presents Lion King Junior

Arts & Entertainment Education

Add to My Calendar 02/08/2019 7:00pm 02/08/2019 9:00pm America/New_York Schor Presents Lion King Junior

Don't miss Schor Middle School's musical production of Lion King Junior! Performances take place on Thursday, February 7 and Friday, February 8 at 7 pm at Schor Middle School. Tickets are $5 and available at the door. Students under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

243 N Randolphville Rd Piscataway, NJ 08854

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Menendez Applauds Signing of Daniel's Law: Protection for Judges Following the Murder of North Brunswick's Judge's Son

November 22, 2020

TRENTON, N.J. – U.S. Senator Bob Menendez today stood with U.S. District Court Judge Esther Salas as Governor Phil Murphy signed Daniel’s Law, legislation named after her late son, Daniel Anderl, to better protect the privacy of judges and their families. Sen. Menendez, along with Sen. Cory Booker, renewed their call to pass federal legislation they introduced in response to the ...

Middlesex Community Pool Winter Update

The Middlesex Community Pool and The Swim Pool Commission would like to thank everyone who believed in us this Summer. We are thankful to have been open this Summer and that we were able to bring some normalcy to the community. We look forward to seeing you all next Summer here at the pool. We are planning exciting, new activities for 2021!  

Registration is three short months away! ...

Governor Signs ‘Daniel’s Law’ To Better Protect Judges, Law Enforcement Officials

Trenton, NJ — To help protect the safety and security of judges, prosecutors and law enforcement officers, Governor Murphy today signed into law a bill sponsored by Senator Bob Smith, Senator Joe Cryan, Senator Nick Scutari, and Senator Nellie Pou that would keep their home addresses and phone numbers from public disclosure.

The senators acted in response to the fatal ...

Horse-Drawn Carriage Rides Returning to New Brunswick

November 23, 2020

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – One of the city’s most beloved holiday season traditions will be returning next month.

Horse-drawn carriage rides will be held downtown on three consecutive Thursdays: Dec. 3, Dec. 10 and Dec. 17.

The carriage rides would take place between 6 p.m. and 9 p.m.

New Brunswick City Market, which gained approval from the City Council at Wednesday night’s ...

South Brunswick School district goes Full-Remote Until December 14, 2020

SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ - In a public letter, Superintendent Scott Feder announced that South Brunswick will pause  all in-person learning for special needs students and remote learning centers until December 14th, 2020. This decision was made after a series of newly confirmed cases, school closures and the county’s rise in COVID-19 ...

Mayor Lankey Urges for Justice and Unity in Edison

EDISON, NJ — On Saturday morning Mayor Lankey released a statement regarding the Racist Flyer investigation.

“Yesterday, joined by the entire Township Council, I sent a letter to Middlesex County Prosecutor Yolanda Ciccone, requesting that she immediately commence an investigation into the racist flyer that instilled fear into Edison's minority communities and brought ...

November Updates from Piscataway Public Library

Piscataway Public Library buildings will be closed to the public starting Saturday, November 28. The safety of the community is our number one priority, and we are looking forward to continuing to serve you while our buildings are closed.

Note that the Library will close at 4pm on Wednesday, November 25, and is closed on Thursday, November 26, and Friday, November 27.

 

Returning ...

NJ Restaurants Look to ‘Bubbles’ to Stay Afloat This Winter

November 22, 2020

In a normal winter, Mhairi Robertson tries to fill the seats inside Bistro La Source, a swanky French restaurant in Jersey City. This year, she’s trying to fill bubbles.

Robertson, the manager of the restaurant, says the six plastic dining bubbles situated in the restaurant’s parking lot is an essential part of their business plan, as indoor dining is currently capped at 12 ...

Rutgers Suffers Heartbreaking Triple-Overtime Loss to Michigan

PISCATAWAY, NJ – Rutgers’ 48-42 triple-overtime loss to Michigan was heartbreaking considering the Scarlet Knights missed a field goal in the first OT that would have clinched the victory.

Valentino Ambrosio, who had connected on two field goals including a 42-yarder, missed on a 45-yard attempt with the score 35-all.

Both teams scored in the second overtime, but the Wolverines ...

Obituaries

Raymundo “Ray” Elamparo, Jr. passed away unexpectedly with his family by his side on ...
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Somerset, NJ – Arthur J. Kettyle, 92, passed away at his home with his loving family at his ...
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Murphy Signs Law Protecting Judges Named in Honor of Daniel Anderl, Late Son of Judge Esther Salas

November 23, 2020

TRENTON, NJ – Gov. Phil Murphy signed legislation (A1649) on Friday protecting the home addresses and phone numbers of judges, prosecutors, and law enforcement officers from public disclosure.

The bill, known as “Daniel’s Law,” is named in honor of Dan Anderl, the late son of U.S. District Court Judge Esther Salas. The St. Joseph High School (Metuchen) ...

Plane Flips After Landing at Hillsborough Airport; No Injuries

HILLSBOROUGH, NJ - High winds are believed to have caused a single-engine plane with a student pilot at the controls to flip over after touching down on the runway at Central Jersey Airport late Wednesday morning 

"The way that wind was gusting today, it was brutal," said Joe Horner, airport owner.

"The wind drifted him a little bit as he was about to ...

Motorist Faces DUI, other Charges in Fatal Crash on Routes 202/206

BEDMINSTER, NJ – A 66-year-old township resident is dead following a two-vehicle crash on Routes 202/206 intersection at  River Road, with the second driver charged with Driving Under the Influence and several other related charges, according to Somerset County Prosecutor Michael H. Robertson.

Michael C. Sivulich, 65, Bedminster was transported to an area hospital where he was ...

A New (Old) Kind of Holiday

Everyone is worried about the holidays and while I’m sad I can’t see my extended family I am also looking forward to this year because it is like the holidays of my childhood.

Having moved 3 hours away from all of our family when I was entering first grade and my parents quickly realized that the stress of holiday travel stole all its magic we spent every holiday with my immediate ...

9 Months In...What Mothering in the Time of COVID Means

Last week I had the perfect summary of life for a working mom during COVID. Last Wednesday, was a rarity – I had the day off while kids and husband had to work. In pre-COVID days this was the holy grail, a day that I could spend getting a massage, binging watching something amazingly stupid on Netflix, reading, go to a movie or even just cleaning without someone messing it back up in 5 ...

Human Trafficking and Exploitation the Subject of Address at Pearl Center

November 16, 2020

EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - Lauren Hersh, a former prosecutor and current advocate for the abolishment of sex trafficking, gave a thoroughly informative presentation about the plight of men, women, and children in the sex trafficking industry on Tuesday, November 10th at the Daniel Pearl Education Center in East Brunswick. As heartbreaking as the stories she shared were, Hersh succeeded in educating ...

The Answer Man

Watching Jeopardy! always makes me feel like an idiot. I am not very good with random knowledge. Or mental processes in general.

I rationalize this major shortcoming as an impetus for learning, as if knowledge is somehow a finite reservoir. The way I look at it, the more I know, the less there is to learn. It would be pretty boring if I knew everything.

And I no doubt would be more ...

Help Your Teens Find Their Own Solutions

Do you find yourself fighting the urge to say to your teen,  “Been there, done that.  Let me show you how it’s done”?  I do, too… although looking back to my younger days, I can honestly say that I learned the most when I had to solve things myself.

On a personal note, my children were amazed to hear that when I studied in France for my junior year ...