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Hundreds of women and a handful of men gathered Friday at the Doubletree Hotel in Somerset, to find out the secret to unlocking the C-suite.
In New Jersey, 47 percent of residents aged 18 to 34 still live at home and the average property tax bill is $8,100.
The Warriors went into their game against Westfield an underdog, but thanks to its defense came away with well-earned respect.
A woman filed a lawsuit in Middlesex County Court last month claiming she was jailed improperly on Sept. 21, 2015, in the men's wing of the Middlesex County Jail, according to court documents.
Don’t forget to check out TAPinto Franklin Township’s event section for things to do in and around town.
Why is Project Graduation Needed?
When teens celebrate their graduation from high school, it is a time filled with pride, a time to celebrate achievements, and a time to make future plans.
One person has been hospitalized with serious wounds and another two injured as a result of a shooting Tuesday night near Throop Avenue, police confirmed in a statement.
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