FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP, NJ — Did you miss any of this week’s top news stories? Click on the headlines to catch up:
Instead of taking a video with her phone, Trish Weisenstein jumped into action July 27 to perform CPR on a senior citizen hit by a car on Easton Avenue, possibly saving his life.
A Somerset man and registered sex offender was shot dead in his car on a Trenton street Friday night, according to officials.
Tamar Reaves, aka “T-Mac,” age 18, of Park Street, in the Somerset section of Franklin Township, was arrested and charged with first-degree murder, second-degree possession of a handgun without a permit, and second-degree unlawful, possession of a handgun, according to officials.
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The Franklin Boys Track and Field team was honored Tuesday night for their championship run this season with a ring ceremony at Franklin High School.
OurBus is expanding its Kendall Park – to – New York commuter bus service to meet growing ridership. The service launched in Spring 2016, with stops along Route 27.
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A Bound Brook man has been charged with the robbery of the West Union Avenue Shop Rite, and faces additional charges for incidents at the Bridgewater Promenade and Bridgewater Commons Mall.
When the linebacker Lester “L.J.” Liston was dismissed from Rutgers' football team in March 2015, he told NJ.com that he was about to become a father, arguing against the official account. Because of that, Liston said, he wanted to play ball for a school closer to home, in Flint, Michigan.
A township family is staying with friends after a Sunday night fire severely damaged their Kendall Road home, police said Monday.
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