Category: Features

Local Boys Join Scout Jamboree

Boy Scouts and their supporters descended on the greater Washington, D.C., area for almost two weeks in late July to celebrate 100 years of scouting at the National Boy Scout Jamboree. Nine local Boy...

Why do we sell low and buy high? Part I

By Amir Avitzur – We’re often told that in order to be a successful investor one needs to buy stock at a low price and sell it at a higher price. If you can...

Local Business Partners with School

Metuchen Cartridge World Helps Metuchen Schools Face Growing Budget Cut The recession continues to take an extraordinary toll on school systems as sweeping budget cuts are enacted in cities and states nationwide. Michael Guido,...

Metuchen’s Kim savors his first AJGA victory

Peter Kim shown here with trainer Bill Castner. (Photo by castnergolf.com) via Sentinel – Metuchen’s Peter Kim won the American Junior Golf Association’s New Jersey Junior tournament after carding a personal-best, four-under-par round of...

Summer Concert Series 2010

Metuchen Recreation and the Metuchen Cultural Arts Commission Present Summer Concert Series 2010 Thursdays at 8pm The Senior Center, 15 Center Street, in Metuchen The concert series has been made possible in part by...

A Global Village, a Local Effort

By Timothy James, Metuchen High School Slavery. We thought it was a 19th century issue. Although the Thirteenth Amendment made slavery illegal in the United States, s;avery, in its many forms, still occurs in...

Walk Metuchen

To say that main street Metuchen has been bustling with activities the past weeks would be an understatement. However, most weeknights you’d be surprised how peaceful and serene the street could be. A lazy...

A little night of music

We walked inside Brewed Awakening at 7:30pm thursday night (July 15) to find people setting up equipment on stage while others looked for tables. We ordered a medium hot green tea and a latte,...

Giving back to get ahead

via Sentinel METUCHEN — In today’s economy, hands-on internships can make a real difference for young professionals. And those same young people can make a real difference through national service. That’s why Metuchen resident...

Metuchen Historic Photos

Photographs, taken in 1948, of the Metuchen Memorial Day Parade. The Metuchen High School twirlers and band members led the parade down Main Street. Then, the parade was considered one of the largest in...

Feats of Strength

By Tom Davis It’s no fun to lose. But it’s fun to compete, and it’s an even bigger relief to finish. That’s what I’m getting out of this experience of watching my son play...