FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP, NJ — Did you miss any of last month’s top news stories? Click on the headlines to catch up:
TAPinto Franklin Township will be running a series called "Houses of Worship.”
The objective is to provide our readers an opportunity to learn about the diverse faiths in a town that is home to over 60 different spiritual houses of worship. The series will explore the beliefs, brief history, community involvement, and other information on the congregation/followers of these institutions.
When asked by Councilwoman Rozalyn Sherman (Ward-2) during last week's meeting on April 11, if there is any benefit to Franklin becoming a sanctuary city, Deputy Police Chief Richard Grammar, says "in my personal opinion, I don't believe so."
An investigation into a shooting that occurred in the Somerset section of town in the area of Fuller Street is being investigated, according to law enforcement officials.
Despite packing the seats at the Middlesex County Board of Chosen Freeholders meeting Thursday night, residents of Franklin Township and surrounding towns were not able to convince the panel to pass a resolution opposing a controversial natural gas compressor station plan.
Over 70 employers and 350-plus job seekers gathered at The Imperia for Assemblyman Joe Danielsen's and the Middlesex County Regional Chamber of Commerce's third annual job fair.
Overcast skies did not stop Franklin Township Baseball League from Celebrating its 64th year, as it held Opening Day Ceremonies on Saturday.
After tasting success on a popular commuter route from Franklin Twp. to New York, OurBus, Inc., is determined to change the way people travel intercity with the launch of OurBus Prime. The Prime services are set to bring comfort and convenience to travelers on North America’s busiest intercity bus route - NYC - D.C, with a stop in Downtown New Brunswick. OurBus will be starting its much awaited Prime bus service from Monday, April 10th.
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