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Franklin Township: Warriors for Life Scholarship Foundation to Host 1st Annual Gala

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The Westin in Princeton hosted Franklin High School's prom this year, and TAPinto Franklin Township came out to take some photos.

Franklin High School: Share Your Prom Night Pictures with TAPinto Franklin Township (UPDATE)

Hundreds of family members, friends and supporters filled Franklin High School's athletic field to celebrate the graduation of 501 students of the Class of 2017, Friday afternoon.

Franklin High School Graduation 2017

Khailah Johnson of Franklin Township won the 22nd Annual Paper Mill Playhouse Rising Star Award for outstanding actress in a leading role as “Deloris van Cartier” in Franklin High School’s production of Sister Act, Tuesday night. 

Franklin High School Student Wins Paper Mill Playhouse 2017 Rising Star Award

Thomas E. Stout, Hillsborough’s newest and youngest police officer, says he can remember wanting to be like his dad as young as three or four.

Like Father, Like Son: Franklin Cop's Son Follows in His Footsteps

From diagnosis to thriving takes a great deal of tenacity and resilience.  

Sisters Network of Central NJ: A Message of Survival

This Saturday, the public was invited to celebrate the 42nd anniversary of the Rudolf W. van der Goot Rose Garden “Rose Day Festival" at Colonial Park Gardens. 

Photo Gallery: 42nd 'Rose Day Festival' at Colonial Park Gardens in Franklin Twp.

Police calmed a knife-wielding girl, Wednesday after she locked herself in the bedroom of her Somerset home, officials said.

Franklin Police Peacefully End Incident With Knife-wielding, Child

South Middlebush Road will be closed for the next three months between Skillmans Lane and Jacques Lane starting on or around June 28, for bridge replacement. 

Traffic Advisory: South Middlebush Summertime Road Closure

The school district was ‘significantly’ safer for students during the first half of the school year, officials reported Thursday night.

Franklin School District Shows ‘Significant’ Decline in HIB Incidents for First Half of School Year

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