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Deputy Mayor Carl R. A. Wright called on citizens of Franklin Township during this Tuesday's council meeting, to attend a town hall on community safety this Thursday.
On or about June 28, South Middlebush Road (CR 615) will be closed between Skillmans Lane and Jacques Lane while Somerset County conducts a necessary bridge replacement project, according to a Nixle alert.
Hundreds of family members, friends and supporters filled Franklin High School's athletic field to celebrate the graduation of 501 students of the Class of 2017, Friday afternoon.
Hundreds of attendees will gather at the Imperia this Thursday, to network with over 70 local businesses, during BizFest 2017.
For the past year, Central Jersey Safe Energy Coalition (SAFERNj.org) has been in the center of the fight to stop a new pipeline infrastructure proposal in New Jersey called the Northeast Supply Enhancement (NESE).
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