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Ranked as one of "America's 10 best places to grow up" but U.S News and World Report in 2009 Edison is currently one of the fastest growing cities in New Jersey. Settlers arrived in Edison in the seventeenth century and the area was originally known as Piscatawaytown. Thomas Edison was the area's most famous resident inventing both the phonograph and the light bulb at his lab in New Jersey. Christie Street in Edison was the first street to use electric street lamps.

Population: 101311
Local Newspapers: Middlesex County news
Local Sports Teams: New Jersey Nets (NBA) New Jersey Devils (NHL)
Local Colleges: Rutgers University

Zip Codes associated with edison, new jersey: 08817 08820 08837 08899
Towns/Cities near edison, new jersey : Metuchen Highland Park New Brunswick Somerset Society Hill

Edison News
Suppliers' Day chair highlights new venue and innovation

On May 2nd the NYSCC Suppliers' Day is opening its doors in the heart of Manhattan for the first time, having moved from its traditional venue in Edison, New Jersey. Cosmetics Design caught up with the event's outgoing chair, Marie Thadal, to find out more about what the move means to both exhibitors and visitors, as well as tuning in on what else is new at this year's event.

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Senior moment: Everything you need to know about Central Jersey proms Send your own prom photos and videos to JIntersimone@MyCentralJersey.com Check out this story on mycentraljersey.com: http://mycj.co/2pSNggJ New Jersey Symphony will accompany Warner Bros.' "Bugs Bunny at the Symphony" live on June 3 at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, Newark, and June 4 at The State Theatre, New Brunswick.

Troop 12 welcomes three new Eagles

EDISON -- Philip Duddy, Robert Heintjes and Joseph Mansonet -- members of Boy Scout Troop 12 -- have earned the Eagle Award, the Boy Scouts' highest honor. To earn the Eagle Award, a Scout must be active with a troop, earn a minimum of 21 merit badges, assume a position of leadership within a troop and complete a service project that benefits the community.

Amazon announces 3 new centers during opening in Carteret

The three new locations include Cranbury, Edison and Logan and are expected to create 2,500 new jobs for the area. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie praised the state's partnership with Amazon that started back in 2012 during Friday's ceremony.

Woodbridge man, 22, identified as driver killed in crash

EDISON -- Police have identified the person killed in an crash in town Tuesday evening as a 22-year-old Woodbridge resident, police said.

Comcar Industries Appoints Michael Ryan CEO

Comcar Industries ranks No.79 on the Transport Topics Top 100 list of the largest U.S. and Canadian for-hire companies. Most recently, Ryan was CEO and president of U.S. Shipping Corp., a provider of longhaul marine transportation for petroleum and chemical cargoes in the U.S. coastwise trade, and based in Edison, N.J. "Our immediate focus will be on providing our shippers transportation service value and industry-leading safety performance," he said in a statement.

'I think the people are dead,' witness in wrong-way crash told 911 operator

Pedro Abad's trial resumed Tuesday with powerful testimony from two prosecution witnesses - Eddie Canela, a limousine driver who came upon the wreck moments after Abad's Honda Civic collided with a tractor trailer on the West Shore Expressway, and Adrian Cedeno a passenger in a box truck which, he said, swerved out of the way of the defendant's car. Abad is the former Linden, N.J cop accused of speeding and driving drunk the wrong-way on the West Shore Expressway on March 20, 2015, and slamming into a tractor trailing, killing two passengers while seriously injuring himself and another passenger.

Paul H. Keckley, Ph.D. to Speak at the May 22nd NAQAP Healthcare...

The National Association of Quality Ancillary Providers announced the launch of its innovative Healthcare Impact Series with Paul H. Keckley, Ph.D. as its keynote speaker for the May 22, 2017, event to be held in Edison NJ. Designed to be highly participatory sessions, NAQPA's Healthcare Impact Series will provide a venue for healthcare leaders, ancillary providers, payers, policy makers, and direct providers to discuss, debate and influence the transformation of the healthcare delivery system as it is evolving.

Local students inducted to Phi Kappa Phi

Four local residents were recently initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation's oldest and most selective all-discipline collegiate honor society. Diana Velazquez of Edison was initiated at Caldwell University, Nina Heyden of Metuchen was initiated at Fordham University, Ahana Dave of Edison was initiated at Ithaca College, and Elizabeth Pijanowski of Cranford was initiated at University of Michigan.

Infamous MVC office to close in May

MyCentralJersey.com reported the landlord of the office at the Golden Acres shopping center will not renew the lease, and the facility will shut down May 13. The closest office for customers using the South Plainfield office is in Edison, according to the report, but the MVC suggested offices in Flemington, Somerville and South Brunswick because those have fewer users. The alternatives don't sit well with state Sen. Patrick J. Diegnan Jr., who called them "disingenuous" in a statement to TAPinto Plainfield .

NYSCC Suppliers Day 2017 comes to Manhattan

The organizers of the NYSCC Suppliers Day 2017 event will be making their last minute preparations before the event opens its doors at the Javits Center in Manhattan on May 2nd. The decision to shift the event from its previous home in Edison, New Jersey will probably be well received by attendees as it makes for easy access, but for exhibitors the logistics of exhibiting in the heart of Manhattan may present some additional challenges.

New Jersey college faculty rally for new contract

They staged rallies on Wednesday to draw attention that more than 10,000 faculty, staff and librarians across the state have been working without a contract since July 2015. The union represents faculty at The College of New Jersey, William Paterson, Kean, New Jersey City, Montclair State, Ramapo, Rowan, Stockton and Thomas Edison State universities.

Javier Restrepo Wins Third Consecutive MAAC Award

EDISON, N.J. Marist men's tennis' Javier Restrepo has been named the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference men's tennis Player of the Week, the conference announced on Wednesday. Restrepo's has now earned the honor for the third consecutive week and third overall time.

Women's Rowing's Varsity Eight Boats Win MAAC Honors

EDISON, New Jersey The Marist women's rowing team has been honored with two Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference weekly rowing awards, earning recognition for the varsity eight and the second varsity eight boats after the team's performance at last week's Knecht Cup. The varsity eight placed second behind Boston University Lightweights, and ahead of SMU, Delaware, Washington College and MAAC rivals Sacred Heart in a time of 6:56.44 to advance to the semifinals.

Jessica Van Alphen Honored By MAAC

EDISON, New Jersey Red-shirt senior Jessica Van Alphen of the Marist softball team was named Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Pitcher of the Week on Tuesday. Van Alphen had an ERA of 0.00, a record of 1-0, and one save in her two appearances this past week.

Hackensack Meridian Health Invites Local Businesses to Paint the Town Pink

Edison, NJ April 10, 2017 Hackensack Meridian Health is inviting local businesses to help raise awareness about the importance of annual mammography and overall women's wellness by participating in "Paint the Town Pink" throughout the month of May. "Paint the Town Pink," now in its eleventh year, is a community-wide initiative spanning 75 towns from Little Egg Harbor to Montvale. Businesses throughout New Jersey are invited to register for a free "pink kit," which includes educational materials, a window cling for the storefront, a listing on the "Paint the Town Pink" website, and other pink supplies that can be used to show support.

Snack food company moves to Piscataway

The new space -- which the company moved into last month -- was purchased for a little more than $4 million, according to a report by NJBIZ.com . In recent years, concerns have been raised -- even by the state Senate -- over businesses fleeing New Jersey to set up shop elsewhere.

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