FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP, NJ — Did you miss any of this week’s top news stories? Click on the headlines to catch up:

Franklin High School: Share Your Prom Night Pictures with TAPinto Franklin Township (UPDATE)

The Westin in Princeton hosted Franklin High School's prom this year, and TAPinto Franklin Township came out to take some photos.

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Workers Fight Invasive Weed Threatening Water Supply

An intruder has taken to one of New Brunswick’s two sources of drinking water, threatening drinking water for residents in New Brunswick, Franklin, and Milltown, according to City Hall.

Franklin High School Student Wins Paper Mill Playhouse 2017 Rising Star Award

Khailah Johnson of Franklin Township won the 22nd Annual Paper Mill Playhouse Rising Star Award for outstanding actress in a leading role as “Deloris van Cartier” in Franklin High School’s production of Sister Act, Tuesday night. 

Franklin Township: Incumbents Smith, Danielsen, Egan, and Wright Win in Democratic Primaries, Unofficial Results Say

Incumbent Democratic township councilman Carl Wright emerged victorious in Tuesday's primary election, beating out challenger John H. Tibbs 724-256, according to unofficial results from the township clerk.

Sisters Network of Central NJ: A Message of Survival

From diagnosis to thriving takes a great deal of tenacity and resilience.  

Thousands of Mourners Expected in Somerville for Police Officer’s Funeral

More than 1,000 police officers and thousands of mourners are expected to crowd Immaculate Conception RC Church on Sunday and Monday to pay respects to 29-year-old Somerville resident Matthew Tarentino, a Summit police officer who was killed in a 3-car accident on Route 78 Tuesday.

 

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