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In Stunning Move, State Sues Asbury Park Over Indoor Dining Allowances

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Murphy Announces Plan to Restart Youth Sports

Murphy: New Jersey Wind Port Would Create Energy and Jobs

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 Led by its newly appointed leader, Public Safety Director Quovella M. Spruill, members from the Franklin Township Department recited the Police Officers Oath to reaffirm their commitment to the community Tuesday afternoon at the Township of Franklin Public Safety building. 

Franklin Township Police Department Reaffirms Oath to Serve and Protect (VIDEO STORY)

A local man says if not for his health benefits from Amazon, he may not have become a father.

Local Man Credits Amazon for Gift of Fatherhood  

Late last month, the Township of Franklin approved a resolution waiving many rules, regulations, and ordinances during the current COVID-19 pandemic. 

Franklin and New Brunswick Restaurants Can Expand Outside Dining

Police are seeking the public's help in an “investigation of an incident of gunshots.”

Reports of Shots Fired, No Injuries Reported

The Franklin Township Police Department held a “Crossroads to Progress” virtual townhall last night that brought together community, political and law enforcement leaders to talk about policing in the township with a special focus on the police’s relations with Franklin’s African American community. 

FTPD hold ‘Crossroads to Progress’ panel to talk with community leaders about policing in Franklin

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New Brunswick Man Struck And Killed By a Car on Route 27

New Brunswick's Pittman is the Impassioned Voice Against Injustice

Cedar Hill Prep School’s Virtual Gifted & Talented Camp

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