FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP, NJ — Did you miss any of this week’s top news stories? Click on the headlines to catch up:
Locally-owned restaurateurs, Ariene and Arman Wilson, are pleased to announce the opening of Down Home Cookin & Catering, the only soul food restaurant in town. They are conveniently located in Dabs Plaza, 3029 Highway 27, Suite #3, Franklin Park, NJ 08823.
Hamburgers, hot dogs, homemade pizza, and a side of environmentalism were on the menu Saturday afternoon during the JFK Club of Franklin Township annual Democrats Picnic at Colonial Park.
The Franklin Warriors will kick off their 2017 season against Phillipsburg on the road, September 8, with new head coach, John Paczkowski.
Don’t forget to check out TAPinto Franklin Township’s event section for things to do in and around town.
The superintendent of Franklin Township's public school district, Dr. John Ravally will receive a $23,057.25 merit bonus after reaching several goals over the past academic year.
Police are seeking help in an active investigation of an auto accident involving a 71-year-old unidentified male, from New Brunswick.
Top stories from nearby:
One person was killed and six others injured in a 2-car accident late Sunday afternoon near the Possumtown Road railroad trestle, according to Piscataway police officials.
A man who sexually assaulted two patients—including one at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital—is slated to serve 12 years in prison, according to an announcement from the Middlesex County Prosecutor's Office.
A West Windsor man is facing a death by auto charge among several others including DWI following a three-vehicle collision Sunday afternoon that killed a Parlin motorcyclist, police said.
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