FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP, NJ — Did you miss any of this week’s top news stories?

This week we had a fourth shooting investigation open up, and a charity bike ride along our scenic canals and a lot more, all in the same town. 

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Franklin Township Public Schools Honors Top Educators

The Franklin Township School District held its second annual Teacher and Educational Services Professional of the Year Breakfast, Thursday, at Trade Wins restaurant at Somerset County Vocational and Technical High School.

Central Jersey College Prep Charter School Ranked No. 50 Public School in New Jersey by US News & World Report

Central Jersey College Prep Charter School's high school ranked No. 50 among public New Jersey schools in the rankings of Top New Jersey High Schools, according to rankings published last Tuesday by U.S. News and World Report.

Franklin High School Hosts Senior Signing Day

Sixteen seniors from Franklin High School gathered with family, friends, coaches, and school administration, in the school's library Tuesday afternoon to sign their letters of intent to their perspective colleges. 

Franklin Township: Fourth Shooting in Two Weeks Being Investigated

The Franklin Township Police Department is investigating a fourth shooting of a 15-year-old male that occurred on April 22, at 3:30 p.m. near Matilda Avenue, according to Director of Communications for Somerset County (Ret.) Captain Jack Bennett.

Franklin Food Bank Held 28th Annual Tour de Franklin Charity Bike Ride

Hundreds of riders participated in the 28th annual Tour de Franklin Charity Bike Ride today to benefit the Franklin Food Bank.

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