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Wawa’s Hoagies for Heroes Competition: Piscataway Police vs Firefighters

December 12, 2018

PISCATAWAY, NJ - Township residents are invited to see the Piscataway Township Police Department (PTPD) and the North Stelton Volunteer Fire Company face off for charity in a hoagie making contest.

The Hoagies for Heroes competition will be held at the grand opening of the new Piscataway Wawa at 555 Durham Road on Thursday, Dec. 13 at 9:30 a.m.

Competing from PTPD are its Community Policing ...

Police Seeking Help in Finding Missing Woman Last Seen in Piscataway

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Police today issued an alert for help in finding a 31-year-old New Brunswick woman facing medical problems.

Betsy Nemes was last seen on Harmony Street in Piscataway.

Nemes is described as 5-feet, 7-inches tall, and weighing about 135 pounds.

Authorities said Nemes takes medicine for depression and PTSD.

Police ask that anybody with information about her call 911 ...

Professors Blast Rutgers Police for Turning Supect Over to ICE

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - More than two dozen Rutgers faculty members signed an open letter to President Robert Barchi blasting university police for turning over a suspect to ICE agents.

"This action by the Rutgers University Police is a direct violation of your repeated assurances that Rutgers was and would remain a “safe haven,” the faculty members said in the letter to ...

Piscataway Police Respond to Hundreds of Service Calls during Winter Storm Avery

PISCATAWAY, NJ - Winter Storm Avery wreaked havoc Thursday on towns across the tri-state area including Piscataway.

Commuters spent hours in gridlock traffic all around the township, and first responders worked through the evening commute to help residents impacted by the storm.

In a Facebook post on Friday, Piscataway police said that “During a 12 hour period beginning at 1:30 pm ...

Piscataway Police: Do Not Be Alarmed as Bells of Peace Toll on Sunday, Nov. 11

PISCATAWAY, NJ - The Piscataway Police issued an alert Thursday afternoon to township residents about the bells and sirens that will ring at 11 a.m. on Sunday, Nov. 11th in honor of the 100th anniversary of the armistice of World War I as part of Bells of Peace.   

The police alert states,  **DO NOT BE ALARMED**

"On Sunday, November 11th at 11 a.m., bells will ring and ...


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