The artwork depicting the 10 years of civil war in Sierra Leone as well as 13 prints of noted African and African-American luminaries are being exhibited in Richmond Garrick’s first solo show called “Noble Expressions” at Middlesex County College celebrating Black History Month in February.
A new Whole Foods Market is slated to open in Middlesex County next month.
In 1970, Donald Wernik, then the newly elected mayor of Metuchen, floated the idea of developing a six-acre commuter parking lot near the train station. He reasoned that an influx of commercial property would relieve some of the citizenry’s tax burden.
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Here is a time-lapse video of the Solar Eclipse from the top of the Pearl Street Business Center in downtown Metuchen.
Built in 1850, this Metuchen property at 169 Maple Avenue captures the history of the past. It is currently priced at $1.75 mm and was extensively expanded and renovated 2001.
Weekend is here for Metuchen's Open house. Take a glimpse of these wonderful houses you might be interested in.
The weekend will be filled with fireworks, and the weather is suppose to cooperate. If your looking for a new home in Metuchen, there are 3 Open Houses scheduled -- so let us know if you want to take a tour!
Short sale needing a lot of work. No showings being allowed drive by only. Buyer responsible for all co and fire cert and any permits needed. as is sale
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Nestled in the middle of Middlesex County, NJ, and at the crossroads of major highways and trains, Metuchen is a family-first town with great schools and a growing downtown.