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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.
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
MCCC's Trenton Hall marks new downtown arts center
Mel Leipzig's 'Fashion Design, MCCC Trenton Campus' will be dedicated as a gift to the newly completed Trenton Hall during a ceremony on Wednesday, April 12. Mercer County Community College's downtown Trenton Hall - located at 137 North Broad Street and across from the James Kerney Campus - officially opens as a downtown arts center on Wednesday, ... (more)Cops showed 'flagrant police misconduct' in hotel drug bust, court rules
EDISON -- A 23-year-old convict accused of selling heroin in Middlesex County could have his drug charges tossed after an appeals court ruled Edison officers showed "flagrant police misconduct" during the search that led to his arrest. The appeals court determined Edison police conducted a warrantless search in which officers entered a local hotel room and arrested Reeves for the second time on drug distribution charges in two years.Caitlin Finnegan Recognized at USciences 2017 OT Pinning Ceremony
As they transition to the professional phase of their education, 58 occupational therapy students at University of the Sciences took part in the 13th annual OT pinning ceremony on Saturday, March 18, 2017. > > The master's students will soon be going out into clinics, schools, community centers, hospitals, and homes to practice under skilled therapists in order to perfect their skills as entry-level occupational therapists or to conduct research for their capstone projects.Fund Manager: Trump's take on Reaganomics won't work in America - here's where it will
Donald Trump enlists the help of Republican Hindu Coalition Chairman Shalli Kumar and others to light a ceremonial diya lamp before he speaks at a Bollywood-themed charity concert put on by the Republican Hindu Coalition in Edison, New Jersey, U.S. October 15, 2016. R In October 2015, James Litinsky, the founder of hedge fund JHL Capital proclaimed that the age of giant , over-leveraged companies was over .The modern wisdom of ancient Kabbalah
Rabbi Lawrence Englander will "decode" Kabbalah's secret language to provide modern insights as the 2017 Diana S. Herman Memorial Scholar-in-Residence at Temple Emanu-El in Edison. When: March 25, Torah study, 9 a.m.; "There's Trouble in River City: How Kabbalah Works to Solve a Crisis," 11:45 a.m. after Shabbat services and a light kiddush; "Mystical Approaches to Jewish Prayer," 1:30 p.m. following lunch The mystical teachings of the Zohar, the ancient book of spirituality guiding followers of Kabbalah, hold surprisingly modern insights for those who know how to interpret them.New Jersey Horror Con Update! Full Guest List Announced
There are plenty of horror stars heading to New Jersey to be a part of the New Jersey Horror Con and Film Festival , and we have the entire list of guests right here for your perusal! The Garden State will soon be looking wondrously ghastly again! From the Press Release: Indisputable fact: New Jersey is creepy! We've got Haddonfield, Camp Crystal Lake, the Jersey Devil, and our fair share of Elm Streets.Kapuscinski Named MAAC Rookie of Week
EDISON, New Jersey Redshirt freshman Tyler Kapuscinski has been named the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference baseball Rookie of the Week the conference announced on Tuesday. The award is his second of the season and fifth overall for the program.A look back at the roller coaster winter in New Jersey with spring officially underway
Every Rita's is scheduled to open at noon and give out free Italian ice to signal spring, including the one in Edison. But the winter has been quite the roller coaster ride, beginning in January with the first significant snow on the first Saturday of the month.StrikeForce Sues Gemalto, Vasco, Entrust & SecureAuth for Patent Infringement
StrikeForce Technologies, Inc. announced today that it has filed patent infringement lawsuits in U.S. District Courts this week against Gemalto, Inc.; Vasco Data Security; Entrust Datacard; and SecureAuth Corporation. The lawsuits against Gemalto and Vasco were filed in the District of Massachusetts and the cases against Entrust and Vasco were filed in the Eastern District of Virginia.Montgomery takes second at Science Olympiad
MONTGOMERY -- West Windsor-Plainsboro High School South took first place, Division C, Montgomery High School, second, and West Windsor-Plainsboro High School North, third, in the New Jersey Science Olympiad State Championship Tournament held March 7 at Middlesex County College in Edison. The Science Olympiad is an international, nonprofit organization dedicated to improving science education.The Daily Rundown: Sunday, March 19
The Daily Rundown: Sunday, March 19 What's happening and what you need to know in Central Jersey Check out this story on mycentraljersey.com: http://mycj.co/2mIYmmG The South Plainfield Knights of Columbus Council 6203 held their annual Keystone Special Citizens Community Lunch at the Holy Savior Academy on Saturday, March 11. Green Brook Township is seeking a volunteer to assist in the development and management of a seasonal farm market in the township. The volunteer would be responsible to identify vendors, oversee the market setup and take-down and promote the market through various means, including social media.Ex-Edison cop, wife face trial on misconduct charges with arson case pending
NEW BRUNSWICK - The former Edison officer accused of setting fire to his supervisor's house and plotting to firebomb another officer will face a trial later this year on an unrelated set of misconduct charges allegedly involving his wife. Michael Dotro and his wife Alycia submitted their signed pre-trial documents Friday during a hearing before before Superior Court Judge Pedro Jimenez.Cat rescued last summer needs home
Rescued from a hoarding situation in July, she has been described as sweet and friendly with people and good with other cats. Gidget should make a good pet in most any home; she has been spayed and is up-to-date on shots.N.J. OKs $17M in tax credits to company considering move to Trenton
TRENTON -- The state is offering a company more than $17 million in tax credits to relocate to Trenton instead of Wilmington, Delaware. It is headquartered in Edison, but has a small office in Watchung and several employees who work remotely or at client sites across the country, the company said in its application.The vegans are coming! A huge veggie fest -- yes, for real -- is coming to N.J.
A major vegan expo is headed to the New Jersey Exposition & Convention Center in Edison in June. Put on your Sunday hemp and grab your recyclable, cruelty-free shopping bag: A vegan festival expected to attract more than a hundred national and local exhibitors will be landing in Edison this summer.JCC MetroWest imposes security fee in wake of threats
In the wake of numerous bomb threats to JCCs around the country, JCC MetroWest is charging a $36 "security fee" on members at its Leon & Toby Cooperman JCC in West Orange. The fee was announced in an e-mail and letter from CEO Stuart Raynor dated Feb. 27. It reads, in part, that "this new reality requires us to review and refine our security procedures on an ongoing basis to maximize their effectiveness."Preparing for the next Sandy: $123M project underway in Middlesex
MIDDLESEX COUNTY -- The state has broken ground on a 1,700-foot flood wall as part of the Middlesex County Utilities Authority's $123 million investment to bolster two facilities in the event of another Sandy-like storm. The 2012 superstorm inundated the Sayreville and Edison pump stations with floodwaters almost four feet above ground level and caused roughly $2.6 million in damages to drinking and waste water infrastructure across New Jersey.
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