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Township Ranks Second In Number Of Pending SomCo Immigration Cases

Township Ranks Second In Number Of Pending SomCo Immigration Cases

Franklin Township has the second-highest number of pending immigration cases in Somerset County, according to data gathered by a national information clearinghouse. There are a total of 188 immigration cases involving township residents now pending in court, according to the data released by the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse, based at Syracuse University in New York. […]



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Rep. Watson Coleman To Co-Sponsor Resolution To Censure, Condemn, Trump

Rep. Watson Coleman To Co-Sponsor Resolution To Censure, Condemn, Trump

U.S. Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman will join two of her colleagues in the House of Representatives in introducing a resolution to censure and condemn Pres. Donald Trump for his comments regarding the violence in Charlottesville, Va. Coleman (D-12) said in her Twitter account Aug. 16 that Trump “again insults the values our nation is built […]



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‘Coffee With A Cop’ Program In Planning Stages

‘Coffee With A Cop’ Program In Planning Stages

Township police officials are hoping to roll out their “Coffee With A Cop” program next month. Det. Sean Hebbon, who heads the department’s Community Policing effort, said Aug. 7 that plans are in the works for the program to be held throughout the township. “We’re working with some of the businesses to get it advertised,” […]



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Ambulance Parking, Church Sign and Parking Lot Applications Approved By Zoning Board

Ambulance Parking, Church Sign and Parking Lot Applications Approved By Zoning Board

Application approvals for two houses of worship were among the actions taken Aug. 3 by the Zoning Board of Adjustment. The board approved an application submitted by the Masjid-e-Ali mosque on Cedar Grove Lane to allow temporary parking for special events in an area behind the mosque and approved a free-standing sign for the St. […]



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Hotel, Assisted Living Center Approved For Former Econo Lodge Site

Hotel, Assisted Living Center Approved For Former Econo Lodge Site

A gateway to the township will get a much-needed upgrade, thanks to an Aug. 3 Zoning Board of Adjustment approval. A site plan application for an assisted living facility and a 119-room hotel, targeted for the roughly 9-acre Easton Avenue location of Venue 1850 banquet hall and the former Econo Lodge hotel near Route 287, […]



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Nissan Gets Planning Board Approval For Warehouse Addition

Nissan Gets Planning Board Approval For Warehouse Addition

Nissan North America received Planning Board approval Aug. 2 to build a 200,000-square-foot addition to its warehouse at Pierce Street and Cottontail Lane. The addition will be used to house large parts for collision repairs, servicing Nissan dealerships throughout the Northeast, Nissan’s Kenneth Fielder told the board. The building is currently used for parts distribution […]



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Legislation Co-Sponsored By Assemblyman Danielsen Signed Into Law

Legislation Co-Sponsored By Assemblyman Danielsen Signed Into Law

Two pieces of legislation co-sponsored by state Assemblyman Joe Danielsen (D-17) have become law, and a third awaits Gov. Chris Christie’s approval. The first is part of a legislative package sponsored by Danielsen and Assembly Democrats Lou Greenwald, Gordon Johnson, Bruce R. Land, Bob Andrzejczak, Vince Mazzeo, Eric Houghtaling, Dan Benson, Patricia Jones, and Raj […]



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‘The Best Of Franklin’ Celebrated At Franklin Community Night

‘The Best Of Franklin’ Celebrated At Franklin Community Night

BRIDGEWATER – Franklin Township residents’ success was celebrated July 27 at the Franklin Community Night held at TD Bank Ballpark. Sponsored by the Franklin Reporter & Advocate and the Business Alliance of Franklin Township, and presented by the Somerset Patriots, the evening was also a fundraiser for the township-based Sisters Network of Central New Jersey. […]



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UPDATED: Youth Center Architect Says Deadline For Submitting Input Is Several Weeks Away

UPDATED: Youth Center Architect Says Deadline For Submitting Input Is Several Weeks Away

Update: The proposed township youth center on Lewis Street should be a multi-purpose building that can be modified to reflect changing tastes through the years, and be one where youth can go to learn, play and keep out of trouble. That seemed to be the consensus July 25 of about 50 residents who gathered in […]



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Schools Superintendent Earns $23,000 Merit Bonus

Schools Superintendent Earns $23,000 Merit Bonus

A $23,057.25 merit bonus for schools Superintendent John Ravally was approved by the Board of Education. The board approved the bonus, the terms of which had been negotiated last year, at its July 19 special meeting. Ravally was eligible for merit bonuses based on his base salary at the time of the agreement of $177,500. […]



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