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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

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Products Containing Organic and Natural Chopped Dates Recall

Listeria monocytogenes is an organism which can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in young children, frail or elderly people, and others with weakened immune symptoms. Although healthy individuals may suffer only short-term symptoms such as high fever, severe headache, stiffness, nausea, abdominal pain and diarrhea, Listeria infection can cause miscarriages and stillbirths among pregnant women.

About New York: After Times Square Crash, Going the Extra Mile to Help a Victim's Family

Bewildered, Elaine Williams and a friend stood outside Penn Station in Manhattan, big city chaos zagging, confusion zigging, after an hourlong train journey from their small town in New Jersey. They still had to get to Ms.

Accused mastermind in pickaxe killing found guilty of murder

NEW BRUNSWICK -- A 36-year-old man charged with orchestrating the brutal killing of an Edison man with a pickaxe six years ago has been found guilty of murder. Michael Doce, of the Colonia section of Woodbridge, has been on trial for six weeks on murder and conspiracy charges in the death of Kelvin Dumo, who was found dead in a Sayreville industrial site on the morning of Nov. 7, 2011.

Edison police officer resigns after arrest in Belmar

An Edison police officer resigned after being arrested for allegedly pushing and shouting at police officers at D'Jais on Sunday, June 11, according to Belmar Mayor Matt Doherty. The arrest occurred around 10:20 p.m. after Smolkin allegedly pushed and yelled at another person in the bar.

The Daily Rundown, Monday, June 19

The Daily Rundown, Monday, June 19 What's happening and what you need to know in Central Jersey Check out this story on Crystal Marsh , newly named assistant principal of Edison Intermediate School in Westfield, is congratulated by Dr. Matt Bolton, the school's principal, following the Board of Education's unanimous approval of Marsh's appointment. At its public meeting June 13, the Westfield Board of Education approved the appointment of Crystal Marsh as Assistant Principal of Edison Intermediate School effective Monday, July 17. She will fill the position held by Mary Asfendis, who recently was appointed Principal of Roosevelt Intermediate School following the retirement of Stewart Carey.

Car catches fire in Turnpike crash, but no injuries reported

EDISON -- A two-vehicle crash Sunday on the New Jersey Turnpike did not result in any reported injuries, despite one of the vehicles bursting into flames, state police said. The crash, which involved a Chevy Tahoe and a Hyundai, was reported at 3:23 p.m. in the inner roadway of southbound lanes, according to State Trooper Alejandro Goez.

Jury to decide fate of accused mastermind in pickaxe killing

NEW BRUNSWICK - Without the influence of a Woodbridge man, the 28-year-old Edison man brutally killed with pickaxe would still be alive today, prosecutors said Thursday. Michael Doce, 36, manipulated the admitted killer for months and meticulously coordinated the death of Kelvin Dumo in 2011 through an elaborate narrative of organized crime ties, Middlesex County Assistant Prosecutor Vincent Vitale said in his more than 90-minute closing statement.

Left to die, cat needs a loving home

He and his two sisters were found sealed in a cardboard box behind the Edison Diner; Pip's siblings died of hypothermia. Volunteers describe Pip as "loving and playful;" he has been neutered, is FIV/FeLV negative and up-to-date on shots.

Secaucus Junction parking plan still stalled11 minutes | New Jersey

The closure of a decades-old landfill and more parking at Secaucus Junction are at stake in a tussle that may wind up in court. Secaucus Junction expanded parking plan still delayed; developer may take NJSEA to court The closure of a decades-old landfill and more parking at Secaucus Junction are at stake in a tussle that may wind up in court.

Accused mastermind of pickaxe killing testifies about duping wiseguy wannabe

NEW BRUNSWICK -- The Woodbridge man accused of duping a wannabe wiseguy into killing his high school friend six years ago testified Tuesday that the Mafia narrative he created was a joke that spun out of control. "I never thought in a million years that something like that would turn into sitting here today, fighting for my life," Michael Doce, 36, said from the stand in Middlesex Superior Court.

Edison/Piscataway NJ Chiropractor Knows How to Slam the Breaks on Pain from Car Accidents

It seems to a lot of people when they sustain injuries caused by a car accident they feel like their cars are receiving better treatment then they are! They go from one doctor to the next trying desperately to seek pain relief. Now wouldn't it be great if we could find a healthcare provider with the know-how and experience who really has a handle on treating car accident related injuries? Fortunately, there's a compassionate caring chiropractor right in town that treats his patients like people not cars, who has over three decades of experience helping patients get back on the road to recovery and his name is Dr. Thomas Campana.

"Princess for a Day"

Some little girls from the Felician Center were treated to being "Princess for a Day" through some generous benefactors. High school students from Bishop Ahr High School in Edison, New Jersey sponsored a Dime A Day Drive for the 40 days before Easter.

Accused mastermind in pickaxe killing gets chance to present defense case

NEW BRUNSWICK -- The prosecution has rested its case against a Woodbridge man accused of orchestrating the pickaxe killing of a 28-year-old Edison man six years ago. Daniel Medaglia, 32, a convicted killer and admitted drug addict, took the stand multiple times over the last three weeks as the state's key witness against Michael Doce.

The Daily Rundown: Friday, June 9

The Daily Rundown: Friday, June 9 What's happening and what you need to know in Central Jersey Check out this story on Hillside Intermediate School was filmed by NJN's "Classroom Close-Up" on May 19 as the Bridgewater school's community celebrated the 20th anniversary of the outdoor classroom, Hillside's Meadows & Trails. More than 75 students, parents, staff and community members came together to participate in a backyard workday, where they worked together to maintain the trails and study areas in the woods, weed the gardens and clean up the area.

The University Pain Medicine Center Announces Treatment Options Are...

Those suffering from pinched nerves in the hip should visit the University Pain Medicine Center for a variety of treatment options to alleviate their pain. The pain consultants in Edison, NJ utilize the latest cutting-edge technology to offer its patients comprehensive treatment options for pain relief.

Edison Hindu temple consecrating unique Krishna statue with 19-day rituals

Shri Krishna Vrundavana Hindu temple in Edison is organizing "Shri Krishna Pratishtapana and Brahma KalashOthsava" from May 28 to June 15; involving ancient rituals, philosophical symposiums and festivities around the consecration of uniquely created Saligrama Krishna statue. It took six months to sculpt this Lord Krishna statue from the Saligrama rock brought from the banks of Gandaki River in Nepal after months of search.

A cultural crossroads: Arts, history meet for new Warren County festival

The inaugural -- and free -- "ParkFest @ Bread Lock Park" on Saturday will combine music, art, literature and aspects of local transportation history at the spot along the former Morris Canal, according to a county news release. The event runs from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. and is hosted by the Warren County Parks Foundation and the Warren County Morris Canal Committee.

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