FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP, NJ — Did you miss any of last week’s top news stories? Click on the headlines to catch up:
Pie Five, a fast-casual pizza restaurant that specializes in serving customizable pizzas in five minutes or less, opened its first franchise in New Jersey at 3010 Route 27 in Kendall Park.
A local man has been charged with 18 counts of criminal mischief, disorderly person offense, and issued numerous summonses, according to a news release.
The Franklin Township Board of Education appointed two new principals during Thursday night's meeting.
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A Somerset man is facing charges for causing the death of a 22-year old Plainfield man after crashing his SUV into a tree on West 4th Street early Monday morning, Piscataway police reported.
A Franklin Park man was arrested and detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials earlier today after dropping his daughter off at her bus stop.
A Friday night house fire on Burnham Street left two residents displaced, according to police.
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