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Township Resident Featured In Real Estate Industry Publication

Township Resident Featured In Real Estate Industry Publication

Submitted by Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Fox & Roach, REALTORS. Township resident Nicolas DiMeglio, will be featured in the upcoming August 25th edition of Top Agent Magazine, which serves teh real estate industry. DeMeglio is a Princeton Junction Office sales associate. “I’m honored to be featured in Top Agent Magazine,” DiMeglio said in a press release. […]

Central Jersey College Prep Charter School Offers In-Person and Virtual Summer School

Central Jersey College Prep Charter School Offers In-Person and Virtual Summer School

Sponsored Content submitted by Central Jersey College Prep Charter School. The Central Jersey College Prep Charter School is offering a targeted summer program for all students to meet their individual needs and help to limit summer regression for all students. All summer programs run from Monday, July 13 – Friday, August 21, and will be […]

Coronavirus Update: Three More Positive Tests Reported

Coronavirus Update: Three More Positive Tests Reported

Three more Franklin residents have tested positive for the coronavirus, the township Office of Emergency Management reported on July 25. There were no new coronavirus-related deaths in the past 24 hours, OEM reported. There have now been 1,368 township residents who have tested positive for the coronavirus since mid-March. The number of virus-related deaths of […]

Updated: Alternate In-Person And Virtual Learning Weeks, Face Masks Highlight District’s Planned Schools Re-Opening

Updated: Alternate In-Person And Virtual Learning Weeks, Face Masks Highlight District’s Planned Schools Re-Opening

Update: The school district will hold a virtual “town hall” meeting at 6 p.m. on Aug. 4 to address questions and concerns parents and others may have about the proposed re-opening plan. Schools Superintendent John Ravally said at the July 23 virtual school board meeting that the district will create a Google forum for parents […]

Coronavirus Update: Another Six Positive Tests

Coronavirus Update: Another Six Positive Tests

Six more Franklin residents have tested positive for the coronavirus, the township Office of Emergency Management reported on July 24. There were no new coronavirus-related deaths of township residents in the past 24 hours, OEM reported. There have been 1,365 residents who have tested positive for the virus since mid-March, while 133 township residents’ deaths […]

Major COVID-19, Antibody Testing Program Announced For Township

Major COVID-19, Antibody Testing Program Announced For Township

With a goal of getting “tens of thousands” of township residents tested for the coronavirus, township officials on July 23 announced a testing program that will run from July 27 through August 7. The tests will be conducted at various houses of worship in the township, will be free and will not require the person […]

Coronavirus Update: Positive Township Tests Increase By Six

Coronavirus Update: Positive Township Tests Increase By Six

Another six township residents have tested positive for the cornoavirus, the township Office of Emergency Management reported on July 23. That brings the total number of township residents who have tested positive for the virus to 1,359, according to OEM. There were no new deaths of Franklin residents attributed to teh virus, so that total […]

Coronavirus Update: Two More Positive Test Results

Coronavirus Update: Two More Positive Test Results

Another two township residents have tested positive for the coronavirus, the township Office of Emergency Management reported on July 22. There were no new Franklin resident deaths attributed to teh virus reported by the OEM. There have now been 1,353 township residents who have tested positive for the virus since mid-March, according to OEM. The […]

Coronavirus Update: Three More Residents Test Positive

Coronavirus Update: Three More Residents Test Positive

The number of Franklin Township residents who have tested positive for the coronavirus has increased by three, the township Office of Emergency Management reported on July 21. There were no new deaths of township residents attributable to the virus, OEM reported. The total of Franklin residents who have tested positive for the virus since mid-March […]

FHS Athletes Face Stringent Requirements In Summer Workouts

FHS Athletes Face Stringent Requirements In Summer Workouts

Things are going to be different when Franklin High School athletes hit the fields for training later this month. For one, there will be no hugs, no high-fives, no fist-bumps, no contact of any kind, for that matter. “(W)orkouts shall be limited to conditioning, skill sets, and sport-specific non-contact drills,” according to the high school’s […]