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They say defense wins championships, and so the Franklin High School girls basketball turned it on late on the defensive side of the ball as the Warriors defeated Randolph, 41-29, in the NJSIAA Group 4 semifinals on Wednesday night at Union High.
Franklin Township Public School administrators, announced this afternoon on its website that all district schools will use Emergency Closing Days on March 16 through March 18.
Franklin Township Public Schools will conserve five school days by utilizing "Emergency Closing Days" should the district require an emergency closing due to Coronavirus (COVID-19), according to a letter posted on the district website Wednesday night.
Local government will be on the frontline in defending the public against COVID-19. Public officials discussed Franklin's plans during tonight's council meeting.
An unidentified 63-year old South Brunswick resident was hit by a car while crossing Route 27 in the area of South Middlebush Road, according to the Franklin Township Police department.
Hundreds of cyclists from around the area are expected to help fight hunger in the 31st edition of what has become a community tradition, the annual Tour de Franklin.
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