The Franklin Township Dr. Martin Luther King Community Foundation will host its 23rd annual Community Breakfast to benefit students through its scholarship program. TAP here for details. 

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Our first elected official to be profiled is Sivaraman “Ram” Anbarasan. Anbarasan will be sworn in, Jan. 6 as the newest council member. He was elected in November and he will replace Rajiv Prasad who held the position for 13 years.

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Elected Officials of Franklin: Councilman At-Large (elect) Sivaraman “Ram” Anbarasan

State and local politicians packed the council chambers last night to celebrate the swearing-in of Franklin Township’s mayor and council members. 

Speaker of the assembly and other politicians swear in mayor and council members as Democrats retain control of township council

A good start and solid finish were good enough for the Franklin High girls’ basketball team Tuesday night.

Lady Warriors Snap Two-Game Losing Streak with Win Over Bridgewater

A 19-year-old local man is charged with the murder of a woman who police say was shot in a possible case of mistaken identity. 

Local Man Charged in Murder of Woman Shot While Sitting in Car

The U.S. Census Bureau is looking to fill part-time positions for the 2020 Census count, and there will be several free in-person recruitment events planned in the upcoming weeks that Central Jersey residents are invited to attend.

Census 2020 Recruitment Efforts Kicks Off in Franklin

Top TAPinto headlines from nearby: 

Mother of Missing 17-Year-Old Waiting, Worrying

Warren Prostitution Arrest at Massage Parlor, Prosecutor Says

Route 206 Bypass Project on Schedule for Completion in 2020

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