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The deal is now closed and the celebration has begun on a deal that could potentially block what could have been more homes to be built in town.
Chief of Police Lawrence W. Roberts said the public should not be worried about a recent spate of shootings in the township.
Prom is just around the corner, and a dress or accessories can be very expensive, however, young women at Franklin High School had help if they needed it, thanks to the Sisters in Training for Life program and Empower Somerset.
Sohil Patel strikes out 11 to earn the Warriors a 2-1 victory over Phillipsburg on the road, Thursday afternoon.
Franklin Township: Raritan Valley Habitat for Humanity and Lowe’s team up for 10th annual 'National Women Build Week' (UPDATE)
Due to predicted weather issues this event has been re-scheduled to May, 20, and MaryAnn will not be able to make the new date.
Future township resident, and homeowner Tania-Sue Thomas will work alongside Lowe’s volunteers and all-female construction crews for Habitat for Humanity’s 10th annual National Women Build Week, Saturday, May 13.
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