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One team of Franklin residents has bravely led an interstate fight against the fossil fuel industry. They aren’t paid, they aren’t funded, and they aren’t in it for the recognition. Rather, these local activists voluntarily entered into this battle for one reason: to protect the future of Franklin Township and its neighboring communities.
A Franklin Township man was indicted in the death of a 19-year-old Rutgers University student who was struck by the man's car in New Brunswick's downtown last September.
Two local women are among those being honored as 2019 Women of the Year by the Somerset County Commission on the Status of Women.
John Clyde, 63, passed away on Thursday, Jan. 24, at the University of Pennsylvania Hospital in Philadelphia.
Last year Township Manager, Robert Vornlocker announced a new way for residents to report potholes, unlit streetlights, tall grass, road debris and other maintenance hazards to township officials.
Both the Franklin High School varsity boys and girls basketball teams were victorious against Bridgewater-Raritan on a rainy Tuesday night.
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