RANKLIN TOWNSHIP, NJ — Did you miss any of this week’s top news stories? Click on the headlines to catch up:
Councilman At-Large Rajiv Prasad and Mayor Phillip Kramer proclaimed the Samadhi Buddha statue a cultural landmark on behalf of the township council and its citizens on Tuesday.
Over 300 people gathered Saturday night at the Franklin Township Community/Senior Center for the fifth annual Divas & Gents Black History Month Celebration.
The Committee opposing the Williams/Transco Compressor Station is scheduling a public forum at Sampson G. Smith School on Feb. 27 to give members of the public information on the controversial project.
Tracey Conway nearly died live on stage from cardiac arrest and she recounted her story at the Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital "Matters of the Heart" event on Tuesday night.
Township residents gathered Wednesday night at Franklin High School for a forum called "Protect Public Schools, Oppose Charter Growth," and at one point tempers boiled over.
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