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The council on Tuesday approved more than $14 million in bonds to pay for projects across the township, improvements to the water utility and work on Williams Park.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Franklin Township Public schools announced graduation ceremonies will be virtual this year.
Franklin High School honored the senior athletes who are enduring a challenging time in their lives by putting together a video showcasing where they have committed and some of their accomplishments as Warriors.
The number of reported COVID-19 cases in Franklin increased to 1,117 on Sunday, increasing by 107 since last Sunday, according to the Somerset County Department of Health.
Starting in September 2020, Franklin Township YMCA, a Branch of Greater Somerset County YMCA will take over the operation of the before and after CARE program previously managed through the Board of Education of Franklin Township Public Schools (FTPS).
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