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A diverse group of business owners and entrepreneurs pitched their business plans to lenders at an event conceptually based on ABC's Shark Tank, Tuesday afternoon at Central Jersey College Prep Charter School.
More than 500 people attended Biz Fest 2018, Somerset County's ‘hyper-local’ trade show and networking event, on Thursday at the Imperia.
The Township Council voted unanimously to approve $970,000 in funding from the capital fund balance to pay for architecture and engineering costs for, a three-story 25,000-square-foot community youth center, slated to be built on Lewis Street, during Tuesday night's council meeting.
More than 1,500 people attended the first ever Food Truck Festival held at Franklin High School Saturday, June 9.
Earlier this year Township Manager, Robert Vornlocker announced a new way for residents to report unlit streetlights, tall grass, road debris and other maintenance hazards to township officials.
In an ongoing effort of community outreach, members of the Franklin Township Police Department will be hosting Coffee With a Cop at Pierce Street Bagel Cafe Deli & Grill on June 19 from 8 am to 12 pm.
Students from Franklin High School's Junior Statesmen of America club invited Congresswoman Bonnie Watson Coleman (D-12) to the high school's auditorium for a question-answer session with students, Tuesday, June 12.
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