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Facebook Changes Its News Feed; How You Can Continue to Stay TAP-ed into Franklin

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For the fourth year in a row, hundreds of current and potential parents had the opportunity to see some of the best of what the Franklin Township School district has to offer, at "Franklin's Finest," Saturday morning.  

Franklin's Finest Showcases the District's Best of the Best

Last night police received 18 complaints of criminal mischief, due to multiple mailboxes being damaged in the area of John E. Busch Ave, Walnut Ave, Culver Street, 9th Street and 12th Street, according to police.

Franklin Township: Police Investigating 18 Cases of Criminal Mischief

Noticing an unusually high number of people sneezing, coughing and calling out of the office? It could be due to the flu.

'Unusually Severe Flu Season, Beginning to Peak,' CDC says - Free Flu Shots In Franklin Township

Hundreds of key members of the community gathered Monday morning for one of the town's longest standing traditions, the 21st annual Franklin Township Community Breakfast at the DoubleTree Hotel. 

Highlights from Franklin Township's 21st Annual MLK Community Breakfast

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Sports:

Girls Basketball: Lady Warriors Edged out by Rutgers Prep 54-52

NJSIAA "Co-op" Team Law Stalled; What's Next for Area High School Sports?

 

Arts & Entertainment:

Franklin Township Public Library to Host Free Blues Concert Next Month

State Theatre's CEO Steps Down After Four Months

 

Top stories from nearby TAPinto sites:

Rutgers Plans New Chapter for New Brunswick's Riverfront

Raccoon Attacks Hillsborough Woman and Dog Outside Residence

Life Imprisonment for New Brunswick Man Convicted of Shooting His Ex-Girlfriend

 

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