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SOMERSET, NJ - Did you miss any of last week’s top news stories? Click on the headlines to catch up:
Franklin Township officials passed a resolution last night urging the state Department of Environmental Protection to deny wetlands permits critical to the building of a new pipeline that would run through New Jersey to connect natural gas fields in Pennsylvania to customers in New York.
After passing a flurry of bond ordinances last night residents will see roads paved, the pool at Naaman William’s Park repaired, new water mains and pipes, and work started on the long-anticipated community youth center on Lewis Street.
Video surveillance footage and social media assisted in the arrest and subsequent conviciton of a Franklin Township man in the shooting death of an 18-year-old woman in Franklin on Aug. 9, 2017.
A Staten Island man was arrested after soliciting an undercover detective posing as a 13-year old for sex, according to police.
The line began forming over an hour before the official ribbon cutting and grand opening. And by the time the doors officially opened on May 4, more than 100 beer lovers experienced what could become the next big thing to hit the area.
Today is the last day to register to vote for the June 4 primaries. New Jersey is a closed primary state.
All are invited to St. Matthias' annual carnival starting Friday, May 17, the event will run until Sunday, May 19.
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