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

Franklin High School parents were alerted to a fourth incident involving Franklin Township Public schools earlier today. 

Franklin Township: Ravally Talks School Safety Initiative During BOE Meeting (UPDATE)

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Members of the Franklin Township Board of Education unanimously approved the name of the districts newest elementary school in addition to both middle school campuses, Thursday night. 

Franklin Township Board of Education Approves New School Names

Over the weekend the Franklin Township Police Department (FTPD) was contacted by school officials from Franklin Middle School (FMS), reporting a video that was found on social media, according to police. 

Franklin Township: District Investigating Student Video That Used 'Poor Judgement'

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The township has just unified all four fire districts with a new volunteer firefighter campaign designed to make it easier for potential volunteers. 

Volunteer Firefighters Wanted

Chief of Police Richard A. Grammar and Superintendent of Schools Dr. John Ravally announced a new School Safety Initiative designed to keep students safe, Thursday morning. 

New School Safety Initiative, Includes Deployment of Additional Officers


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