The Franklin Township Dr. Martin Luther King Community Foundation will host its 23rd annual Community Breakfast to benefit students through its scholarship program. TAP here for details.
SOMERSET, NJ - Did you miss any of last week’s top news stories? Click on the headlines to catch up:
Four family members and two employees of the Everything Wireless convenience store have been indicted by the Somerset County Grand Jury for operating an organized retail theft enterprise, according to Somerset County Prosecutor Michael H. Robertson.
It is officially basketball season in 2019-20 in the Garden State, and the Warriors opened up its new campaign at Franklin High School with a win over Hunterdon Central Friday night.
Schools across the state are trying to better align the classroom experience with the increasingly technology-driven society waiting for students after graduation.
SPONSORED CONTENT: 7 Ways to Reclaim Your Money – Simple Tax Planning Strategies
Police are investigating a fatal Tuesday evening crash on Amwell Avenue, according to a news release.
A local Somerset 4-year old is being called a hero for calling 911 for help when her mother collapsed on the kitchen floor and did not get back up earlier this month.
Assemblyman Joe Danielsen honored the Somerset County Democratic Committee Black Caucus during his 6th annual Holiday Party at the Somerset Volunteer Fire & Rescue Co. No. 1 station Friday night.
Top TAPinto headlines from nearby:
Sign Up for E-News to get top stories delivered daily to your inbox.
Have a news tip or feedback? Email FranklinTownship@tapinto.net or call our tip line 908-279-0303 ext. 257.