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Instead of taking a video with her phone, Trish Weisenstein jumped into action July 27 to perform CPR on a senior citizen hit by a car on Easton Avenue, possibly saving his life.
Hundreds of people attended a community vigil hosted by the Franklin Township Interfaith Council at St. Mathias Church Sunday night, to show support for Charlottesville, and to stand in solidarity with one another.
Thanks to the Krauszers Food Store on JFK Boulevard, one lucky township resident is $160,065 richer because they won the Jersey Cash 5 Jackpot on Wednesday.
If you love comfort food, then you should come out to get a taste of Franklin Township's newest restaurant Zoup!.
Close to 400 local students will have a leg up on their peers when they return to school next month, thanks in part to a new pilot program.
The Franklin Boys Track and Field team was honored Tuesday night for their championship run this season with a ring ceremony at Franklin High School.
Maria Cisyk, 73, of Gregory Lane passed away due to smoke inhalation as a result of a fire which occurred on Gregory Lane this Sunday evening, according to officials.
Tamar Reaves, aka “T-Mac,” age 18, of Park Street, in the Somerset section of Franklin Township, was arrested and charged with first-degree murder, second-degree possession of a handgun without a permit, and second-degree unlawful, possession of a handgun, according to officials.
A doctor from Somerset is facing 10 years in prison and was ordered to pay a total of $714,690 in restitution to the Veterans Affairs program due to a fraud charge, officials say.
Franklin Township Board of Education election will be a contested race in November with six people running for three seats.
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