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Families, friends and faculty filled the Franklin High School library on Wednesday to celebrate 10 senior athletes on their acceptance into collegiate athletic programs across the state and country.
A select group of Franklin High School students could earn 10 Rutgers University credits by the time they graduate and parents got a look at the forward-thinking program last night.
A building on Hamilton Street has fire damage and at least one person suffered burn injuries, according to a Breaking News Network alert.
If you noticed your tap water smelled a bit like a trip to the town pool for the past two months, you weren’t imagining it.
Hundreds of cyclists from around the area are expected to help fight hunger in the 30th edition of what has become a community tradition, the annual Tour de Franklin on April 28.
An adult male black and white Tabby cat named Mr. Bigglesworth has been reported missing since April 9 by his owners.
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