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Patrice James’ plan was simple. She wanted to move somewhere that had plenty of space for her growing family, somewhere her children could play in the sun.
The Township of Franklin issued a statement regarding the recent police department takeover and its "substantial mismanagement."
The Franklin Township Youth Center Groundbreaking Ceremony will take place on Thursday, August 15th at 10:30 am at 429 Lewis Street in Somerset.
Somerset County Sheriff’s candidate Tim Pino, of Bridgewater, and his team are planning to file an election complaint with the attorney general’s office following evidence of voting irregularities in the June 4 primary election, particularly at a voting location in Bridgewater, according to a release from the campaign.
In light of recent mass shootings incidents, Franklin Mayor Phil Kramer joined more than 200 other mayors in signing a joint letter to Senators Mitch McConnell and Chuck Schumer, calling on them to bring the U.S. Senate back into session right away to take action on gun safety legislation.
Shayla has been reunited with her family.
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