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

TAPinto Franklin Township - Houses of Worship: The Bahá’í Faith

TAPinto Franklin Township will be running a series called "Houses of Worship.” 

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The objective is to provide our readers an opportunity to learn about the diverse faiths in a town that is home to over 60 different spiritual houses of worship. The series will explore the beliefs, brief history, community involvement, and other information on the congregation/followers of these institutions. 

Franklin Township: Possible Luring Attempt At Sampson G. Smith Intermediate School

Sampson G. Smith students were approached by a Caucasian man in a car while they were walking to their bus stop this Wednesday, according to the district's website. 

Franklin Township: Chamber of Commerce Announces New Appointments

The Franklin Township Chamber of Commerce appointed Rodney Robinson as Interim President and Phil Mercado to the Board of Directors.

Franklin Woman's Club Holds Tricky Tray Basket Auction to Benefit Local High School Graduates and Not-For-Profit Organizations

The Franklin Woman's Club sold out their 24th annual Tricky Tray Basket Auction at Franklin High School on Friday, March 24. 

“Hate Has No Home Here” Campaign in Somerville Gains Momentum

Slowly, but surely, borough resident Donna Volpe is helping to send a reassuring message to her neighbors here and people in surrounding communities that “Hate Has No Home Here.”

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