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One resident was displaced and three housing units at Kingsberry Acres were deemed uninhabitable due to fire and smoke damage from a Tuesday morning blaze, according to police.
In response to parent phone calls and social media discussions, Mary L. Clark, a spokesperson for Franklin Township Public Schools sent out a statement describing the thought process involved in handling a threat made against Franklin High School, by a 14-year-old student.
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The annual election of Fire Commissioners for Franklin Township will be held Feb. 17.
If all goes according to plan the township will have a three-story 25,000-square-foot community youth center on Lewis Street.
Students from more than 30 schools in Somerset County, including eight from our township's public schools and two from private schools, will compete in the 3rd annual Spelling Bee Spectacular sponsored by the Somerset County Library System of New Jersey.
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