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New Jersey to Spend $115M to Give Every Student a Computer, WiFi

Indoor Visits With Pediatric, Disabled Residents Will Soon Be Possible in New Jersey

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Councilwoman Crystal Pruitt announced that the FTPD will launch a community policing unit in August composed of four officers and a sergeant.

Community policing bureau announced for Hamilton Street and Franklin Day likely canceled

What seemed unlikely a few months ago became a reality for many Franklin High School seniors on Wednesday evening: They had an official graduation ceremony.

Franklin High School Seniors Finally Get Their Graduations

Day Two of In-person Graduation Ceremonies Take Place for Franklin High School Class of 2020

Day One of In-person Graduation Ceremonies Take Place for Franklin High School Class of 2020

Somerset County Freeholder Director Shanel Robinson is one of 19 Black New Jersey Freeholders who say: "The Time Has Come." 

Somerset Freeholder Joins Colleagues in Push to Erase Archaic Title

The Franklin Warriors, finished their guaranteed three games in the Last Dance World Series this week with a 1-1-1 record.

Franklin Warriors grateful for Last Dance World Series opportunity

Franklin Township Police are reminding people to lock doors, after a recent spike in car break-ins. 

Car Burglaries Spike, One Family Displaced After Early Morning Fire

Top TAPinto headlines from nearby: 

Another Reopening Dilemma for NJ Schools: Students, Teachers Afraid to Come Back

Piscataway Students Demand 'Justice for Ralph'


New Brunswick Continues to Address Issue of Panhandling

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