SOMERSET, NJ - Did you miss any of last week’s top news stories? Click on the headlines to catch up:
They gathered in Franklin Township to help an area woman, Anita Fredericks, build her Habitat for Humanity home.
Crime Stoppers of Somerset County, Inc. has increased the reward money to up to $3500 to anyone with information leading to the arrest and indictment of the individual or individuals responsible for the homicide of David D. Anderson.
The council passed an ordinance on first reading Tuesday night that reorganizes the police department’s top brass.
Assemblyman Joe Danielsen has joined the call to remove Judge Marcia Silvia. He also went a step further and called for Judge James Troiano to be removed as well.
Two Franklin residents who graduated from Somerset County Vocational and Technical Schools received scholarships from Investors Bank.
An officer with the Franklin Township Police department has forfeited his position after pleading guilty to possession of heroin and driving while intoxicated, according to a news release from the Somerset County Prosecutor's office.
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