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Board of Education members passed five new district goals for the coming year and heard a report regarding gains in student achievement Thursday night.
A seven-month investigation by the Somerset County Prosecutor’s Office has resulted in the arrests of six suspects, all charged with operating an organized retail theft ring and knowingly purchasing stolen merchandise for resale at a Hamilton Street storefront and on the Internet, according to Somerset County Prosecutor Michael H. Robertson.
Rosalind's Fashions, a new woman's fashion boutique opened earlier this year on March 31, to bring the community and surrounding area quality woman's clothing and accessories at an affordable price.
Franklin Township Police Officer Patrick Nurthen saved the life of Joan Jackson, 85, who was choking in a local restaurant last month.
Franklin High School junior Mario Heslop, a standout track and field athlete, received commendations from the Franklin Township Council earlier this month for his extraordinary athletic achievements.
When the Board of Education meets Thursday night, it hopes to adopt goals that will help put students in touch with their passions and look to challenge themselves more academically.
Please feel free to join members of the Franklin Township Police Department at Kettleman's Bagels, located at 456 Elizabeth Avenue.
Officers from the Franklin Township Police Department volunteered their time at Katy’s Place, the Child Development Center at the Center for Great Expectations a nonprofit providing transformational behavioral health treatment to women, children, men and families impacted by trauma, abuse and neglect.
Question: “What happens when a mailman gets old?” Answer: “He loses his zip.” That’s one of several riddles programmed into Chet Cheesman’s augmentative communications device, and it’s a peek into his personality.
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