SOMERSET, NJ - Did you miss any of last week’s top news stories? Click on the headlines to catch up:
A township resident faces multiple charges in the armed robbery of a WaWa store after the suspect was confronted by a gas station attendant, who tried to confine the suspect inside a booth where a cash register was located.
If you want to know more about the weather patterns forcing most people to use an umbrella almost daily, lately on the East Coast, just ask a local woman—Monique Robinson.
The residents of Franklin will have a new quick-service restaurant serving affordably priced authentic Afghan and Middle Eastern food, along with a variety of other choices, including burgers, sandwiches, wings, salads and more by the end of August if all goes according to plan.
A Piscataway man is facing multiple charges after he fled the scene of an accident which left a commercial water tanker overturned at the intersection of John F. Kennedy Boulevard and caused a multi-car accident on Easton Avenue, according to a news release from the Franklin Township Police Department.
A local man hit a parked car with his motorcycle and suffered serious head injuries Sunday morning according to police.
The Somerset County Department of Health is warning residents that a raccoon found in the area of Hollywood Avenue in the Somerset section of Franklin Township has tested positive for rabies, according to a release issued Tuesday afternoon.
The school district is hoping some additional dollars will get the needed bids to transport private school students this year, otherwise parents will have to make their own arrangements.
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