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ZTrek Cycling Event To Raise Money For Food Pantry, Medical Clinic

ZTrek Cycling Event To Raise Money For Food Pantry, Medical Clinic

Submitted by ZTrek. The annual ZTrek fundraising cycling event is slated to take off July 28 from the ZCC Children’s Christian Ministry Church in Zarepath. ZTrek is a cycling event designed to raise money and awareness for people in need. Started by a small group of dedicated cyclists in 2007 riding 500 miles over several […]

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Trinity Ready for Her Forever Home

Trinity Ready for Her Forever Home

  Trinity Domestic Short Hair Adult Female Medium Black & White / Tuxedo Trinity is a very quiet, independent, 2 year old girl. She loves nap time and aspires to find a home with a fantastic chair or couch with good access to sunshine. Trinity is friendly and affectionate when she is in the mood, […]

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General, Academic and Career Programs Information Sessions, Campus Tours Slated at RVCC

General, Academic and Career Programs Information Sessions, Campus Tours Slated at RVCC

Submitted by Raritan Valley Community College. Learn about Raritan Valley Community College’s academic and career programs at a variety of Information Sessions being offered in June at the College’s Branchburg campus. The following events have been scheduled: Health Sciences, Engineering, Computer Science & Career Programs Information Session, Tuesday, June 5, 9-11:30 a.m. (Gym): Learn about […]

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Franklin Woman’s Club Awards Seven Scholarships

Franklin Woman’s Club Awards Seven Scholarships

Seven Franklin High School seniors were recently awarded a total of $7,000 in scholarships by the Franklin Woman’s Club. The $1,000 individual scholarships were presented at the annual club dinner on May 15. Money for the scholarships was raised through the club’s annual Tricky Tray fundraiser. Money will also be donated toward a scholarship for […]

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Mourners Gather For Final Goodbye To Dyllan Burrell

Mourners Gather For Final Goodbye To Dyllan Burrell

Dyllan Burrell was remembered May 19 for his faith, his sense of humor and his ability on the football field during his funeral at Eternal Life Christian Center on Franklin Boulevard. Mourners packed the center’s sanctuary to pay their respects to the 14-year-old Franklin High School freshman who died on May 8, after he collapsed […]

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Flemington Car & Truck Country Donates To MacAfee, Claremont PTOs

Flemington Car & Truck Country Donates To MacAfee, Claremont PTOs

FLEMINGTON – The Flemington Car & Truck Country Family of Brands donated $200 each to the Parent-Teacher Organizations of MacAfee Road and the soon-to-be-opened Claremont elementary schools on May 18. The donations were made by Steve Kalafer, the dealership’s founding chairman. The donations were made as part of a promotional program run by Flemington Car […]

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St. Matthias Kicks Off Annual Carnival

St. Matthias Kicks Off Annual Carnival

It was delayed by two days because of rain, but the annual St. Matthias carnival formally opened on May 17. The carnival is the largest fund-raiser for the church, the St. Matthias School and various missions supported by the church. The field was a bit muddy is spots from all the rain of the past […]

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Elizabeth Avenue Gas Line Leak Repairs Expected To Take Weeks More To Finish

Elizabeth Avenue Gas Line Leak Repairs Expected To Take Weeks More To Finish

Repair work and upgrades to a gas line on Elizabeth Avenue will take at least another two weeks to complete, a PSEG spokeswoman said May 17. The work is being done across the street from Elizabeth Avenue School. Routine monitoring of the site in late April led to the discovery of a gas leak, said […]

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FTPD Cpl. Hermann Receives Valor Award, Two FHS Seniors Given Scholarships At 200 Club Luncheon

FTPD Cpl. Hermann Receives Valor Award, Two FHS Seniors Given Scholarships At 200 Club Luncheon

Nothing has been the same for Keith and Nadine Hermann since March 17, 2017. It was just past midnight on that date when Hermann, a Corporal with the Franklin Township Police Department, heard a loud noise downstairs in his Manville home. After telling his wife to call the police and tell them they had an […]

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Deer Hunting On County Golf Courses Nixed; Other Options Available

Deer Hunting On County Golf Courses Nixed; Other Options Available

Deer hunting on Somerset County owned golf courses in the township is “not practical” and the idea won’t be pursued, the Open Space Advisory Committee was told at its May 15 meeting. But, the committee was told, the county is open to discussing other options for deer hunting on county owned land in the township. […]

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