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As New Jersey expanded eligibility for COVID-19 vaccination to include anyone 65 and older, and residents between 16 and 64 with chronic medical conditions, Mayor Phil Kramer told residents on Wednesday that the township and county won’t be the bottleneck to getting vaccine doses to the community.
A project to build what the town is calling a “grandparents park” is drawing criticism from residents who said the plan furthers the erosion of “bucolic” Franklin.
Police arrested a local man after finding him in possession of 9mm Ruger P95 loaded with 10 rounds in the magazine and one round in the chamber, according to Somerset County Prosecutor Michael H. Robertson.
A former New Brunswick High School vice principal has filed a discrimination lawsuit in Middlesex County Superior Court against the Board of Education and others, claiming she was terminated because of her race and age.
The Somerset County Department of Health on Saturday reported an increase of 206 positive tests for the COVID-19 virus overnight, bringing the total number of cases to 13,321 with 601 COVID-19 deaths reported since March 8.
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