Category: Features

Metuchen High School – South Pacific

(Video has been edited for time considerations) The Metuchen High School Footlighters’ spring musical: Rodgers and Hammerstein’s South Pacific. “Set in an island paradise during World War II, two parallel love stories are threatened...

Our fascination with Kids+Soccer

In our household, a question has come up a number of times. What’s up with our fascination with soccer and little children. Granted our town is sports crazy (in a good way) to begin...

The National September 11 Memorial

The National September 11 Memorial is a tribute of remembrance and honor to the nearly 3,000 people killed in the terror attacks of September 11, 2001 at the World Trade Center site, near Shanksville,...

More on Middlesex Greenway

The first phase of the Middlesex County Greenway is almost complete. Construction on the first phase of the Middlesex County Greenway is almost complete. This part of the Greenway will be a 3.6 mile...

Metuchen Municipal Pool

Metuchen Municipal Pool Hours While hours can and will change due to weather, swim team meets, or other special events, our standard hours of operation are: Weekends starting Saturday May 26, 2012 until June...

Metuchen Farmer’s Market

via Sentinel Farm market organizers seek to suit buyers’ wishes Locally grown, fresh foods are focus of market, set to open June 16 on Pearl St. BY JACQUELINE DURETT Correspondent The Metuchen farmers’ market,...

Why do we sell low and buy high?

We all know that in order to be successful investor, we should pay low price and sell our investment for a high price. So why do many of us do exactly the opposite? Why...

An unusual Bedlam reunion

New Jersey natives to meet on football field By Thad Ayers via The Daily O’Collegian – Metuchen, N.J., doesn’t mean much to Oklahoma. The town covers only 2.76 square miles with a population of...

A tasty idea spurs artistic genius

BY ENID WEISS Sentinel Correspondent via Sentinel Edison/Metuchen — In an interesting attempt to counter vandals’ scribbling graffiti on his ice cream shop alley wall, Mike Patterson has invited area school groups to claim...

September 12th

(Following is a sermon delivered by longtime Metuchen resident Justin H. Manley at First Presbyterian Church of Metuchen on Sept 7, 2008.) ?Good morning. Before I begin my sermon, I want to take a...

Metuchen: A Visitor’s View

Metuchen welcomes visitors with charm and old-fashioned service By Jack Goldenberg – I decided to visit Metuchen, NJ on a whim. Actually, it was a Honda, the whim was in the shop. I had...

Hello Mr. Market

In my previous articles (Part I, Part II), I have described some of our thought processes and mind sets when we are buying or selling a stock. We discussed our fear of losing, our...

Singer/Songwriter Sharon Goldman releases New CD

With over a decade of writing songs and four albums under her belt, contemporary folk singer/songwriter Sharon Goldman is changing her tune – just a little bit. Well-known around the New York City area...

Cut-A-Thon a Success!

Caring hearts and lots of hair flowed down the floors of the Raymond John Salon on 150 Main Street Sunday. It was the salon’s annual Cut-A-Thon whose main beneficiary this year is the Lakeview...

2010 Janice Garbolino Memorial 5K Run

For more than 25 years, Janice served as the Health and Fitness Director at the Metuchen Branch YMCA. Through her years of service, Janice touched many people. With a kind word or a challenging...