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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
Adding to family's grief, death certificate says son's life ended a month before his heart stopped

The death certificate for 10-year-old Jayden Auyeung, whose family went to court last month to challenge Children's Hospital of Philadelphia over its efforts to take him off life support, lists the day he died as May 15, when physicians found that he was brain dead. Yet, his grieving family says, his heart did not stop beating until Saturday .

Correlation of Water Quality Parameters with Metal Concentrations in Permeable Pavement Infiltrate

Liu, J., Mike Borst, AND T. OConnor. Correlation of Water Quality Parameters with Metal Concentrations in Permeable Pavement Infiltrate.

Jane LaTour: 50+ Years in the Labor Movement

Jane LaTour has been active in the labor movement since the 1960s. She has worked in factories and on staff for several unions including District 65, one of New York City's best-known left-led unions.

Amazon to open 9th mega-warehouse in N.J., hire 600 more workers

Online retailer Amazon has announced plans for it's ninth massive fulfillment center in New Jersey, adding another 600 jobs for one of the state's largest employers. The new fulfillment center will open next year on commercial property in the 1100 block of East Pearl Street in Burlington.

Can I garnish my ex's pension for child support?

Q. I have two judgments against my ex-husband for back child support. He lives out of the country but gets a pension from an American company.

92-Year-Old Holocaust Survivor Makes It HomeAlmost 71 years to the...

Jerusalem Jack Nasielski, 92, from Edison, New Jersey, landed in Ben Gurion Airport yesterday on a Nefesh B'Nefesh group Aliyah flight, in cooperation with Israel's Ministry of Aliyah & Integration, the Jewish Agency, Keren Kayemeth Le'Israel and JNF-USA, together with another 27 new Israeli citizens. For Jack, this is yet another chapter in his eventful life.

Man pulled cop along car as he drove off, police say

A man is wanted for allegedly assaulting an officer during a traffic stop by pulling on the cop's necktie and then driving off, forcing the officer to run alongside. South Brunswick Police said they responded to reports of a gray, 2016 Kia Sorrento with handicapped plates driving erratically on Route 32, near Route 535, around 3:45 p.m. on Tuesday afternoon, and stopped a car driven by Alan Fratello Jr., 46, of Monmouth Junction.

Edison's lingerie cop to get pension. So will PBA thief, convicted corrections officer

The former Edison cop who admitted to pressuring a woman at a hotel to model underwear for him while in uniform , prompting the nickname the "lingerie cop" in the news, and later paid by the town to retire will get a state pension. Anthony Sarni, who spent 13 years on the force before his hotel scandal, was granted an ordinary disability pension, according to the minutes from the Board of Trustees and Commission's meeting on Monday.

Finance and insurance revenue grew in 2017 at 150 largest auto dealership groups

Finance and insurance revenue per vehicle and overall F&I revenue grew last year at the 150 largest dealership groups in the U.S. amid an industrywide light-vehicle sales slowdown, according to an Automotive News survey. Dealership groups with gains of 20% or more in average F&I revenue per new and used vehicle sold in 2017 As U.S. new light-vehicle sales fell 1.8 percent to 17.2 million in 2017, dealerships earned an average of $1,412 in F&I revenue per new and used vehicle retailed, a 3.3 percent rise from the year earlier, according the survey.

Academy rising senior elected Junior State America governor

EDISON -- The 2018-2019 school year will be a busy one for Dev Patel, a student at the Middlesex County Academy for Science, Mathematics and Engineering Technologies. Not only will he be a high school senior, a typically busy academic year for students, he also will serve as governor of the Mid-Atlantic region of Junior State America.

NJ hospitals teaming up with Uber, Lyft for free patient rides

Millions of Americans miss medical appointments each year, or arrive late, because they can't secure a ride there and/or back. Two large hospital systems in New Jersey recently announced their plans to put a dent in that number.

More Edison cops to be arrested as no-show job scandal widens

More Edison cops are expected to join the tarnished ranks of the force -- and soon -- as the latest corruption investigation over alleged no-show side jobs expands to ensnare more officers, county officials told NJ Advance Media. A review of the department's payroll records -- including base salary, overtime and side-job pay -- by the news outlet since the recent arrests found that the five officers facing official misconduct charges were not the only cops doubling, or in one case tripling, their salary with extra work.

Ex-basketball coach sentenced to 52 years for sexual assault of teen player

A former Dunellen recreation director and ex-Middlesex County College men's basketball coach was sentenced Friday to 52 years in state prison after being found guilty of sexually assaulting a teenage basketball player for nearly two years. guilty on Nov. 15, 2017, by a Middlesex County jury of 20 counts that included second-degree sexual assault, fourth-degree criminal sexual contact, official misconduct and endangering the welfare of a child, according to a news release from the Middlesex County Prosecutor's Office.

5 police officers charged with no-show jobs scheme

Middlesex County Prosecutor Andrew Carey says the work can include tasks such as directing traffic for utility companies and providing security services for local businesses and residential communities. Some officers can earn as much as $100,000 on top of their regular salaries.

5 Edison cops accused of getting paid for work they never did. Now they face charges

Five Edison police officers were paid more $100,000 on extra-duty jobs over the last two years but authorities say they never showed up. The group -- Sgt, Ioannis Mpletsakis, 38, Officer Paul Pappas, 43, Officer James Panagoulakos, 32, all of Edison Township, Officer Gregory Makras, 33, of Cranford, and Sgt Brian Rossmeyer, 41, of Bedminster -- all now face charges of theft and two counts of official misconduct, Middlesex County Prosecutor Andrew C. Carey said Friday.

These words kept N.J. students from winning the Scripps National Spelling Bee

Navneeth Murali of Edison missed on gelinotte, an European woodland grouse, spelling it with an "e" instead of an "i." Shruthika Padhy of Cherry Hill left an "s" out of paillasson, a French word meaning coarsely woven natural or synthetic straw used for hats.

How Rutgers football players helped 'unify' students in a Special Olympics program

The Rutgers fullback was among a handful of Scarlet Knights who helped run drills during Unified Game Day, a Special Olympics New Jersey program that brings together middle-school and high-school students of all abilities and provides them with activities and social-inclusion opportunities in their communities. "It's awesome,'' Anthony said.

These N.J. students are on their way to the finals of the Scripps National Spelling Bee

"I feel ecstatic to make it here," said Navneeth, who spent a year alternating between studying with his mother, Preethi Parthasarathy and being quizzed by her. "I like spelling bees and I'm really happy to go to such a high position."

Patient's violent escape, carjacking at N.J. hospital ends in arrest, cops say

A 29-year-old patient at a New Jersey hospital attacked an employee and forced another woman to drive him to New York City before she escaped and he was arrested Friday, authorities said. Akeem K. Benson, of the Bronx, New York, was charged with carjacking, aggravated assault and making terroristic threats, Edison police said in a statement on Tuesday.

Local Boy Scouts advance in rank, receive merit badges

Recently, Boy Scout Troop 63 held its annual Red and White Dinner/Court of Honor. The dinners featured a 1980's theme.

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