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A family is seeking the public's help after their father was hit by a car on Saturday, June 8, at about 8:30 pm on Franklin Boulevard in the area of Blake Avenue.
The Eagleton Institute of Politics at Rutgers University—New Brunswick announced that Rutgers senior and Somerset resident Ayesha Qureshi will receive the Rutgers-Eagleton Washington Internship Award.
The Franklin High School senior class had its moment in the spotlight during the district’s Senior Awards Night on Wednesday.
The call and response reverberated around the auditorium as students sounded off with a cacophony of pride and emotion.
Police charged two women from New York with engaging in prostitution after allegedly offering sex for money to an undercover detective on June 18.
The Westin in Princeton hosted Franklin High School's prom Friday night.
Local resident, Assemblyman Joseph Danielsen of District 17 in Middlesex and Somerset was one of the main authors for the bill (A20).
A 53-year-old resident of Hillsborough who served as a youth minister has been found guilty of 3rd degree Prohibited Participation in a Youth Serving Organization following his conviction last year on a related sexual assault conviction that involved a 15-year-old girl.
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