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Jul 2017
By Ken Hamwey, Staff Sports Writer
Panthers Capture Another Sectional Lacrosse Title
June.27.2017

The Franklin High girls lacrosse team won the Division 1 East Sectional championship for the third time in the last four years, but the Panthers once again were unable to come away victorious in the state semifinals.
Coach Kristin Igoe’s...

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Jul 2017
By Christopher Tremblay Staff Sports Writer
June.27.2017

Over the past four years, the Franklin baseball team has averaged 13.5 wins per season as they ventured into the Division 1 South Tournament. As the number four seed in 2015 tournament, the Panthers went all the way to the Semi Finals before...

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Jul 2017
By J.D. O’Gara
June.27.2017

Over 100 seniors from Franklin attended a delicious pasta supper at Central Park Terrace on the beautiful summer night of June 15th. The event was the 26th Annual Pasta Supper provided by the Franklin Rotary Club. Rotarian John R. Padula, a...

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Jul 2017
June.27.2017

They say a person’s essence is not obvious to everyone, but there is one student at Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School who was known for her positive energy, acts of kindness, caring and strength to all she encountered. That...

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Jul 2017
by J.D. O’Gara
June.27.2017

It started in the last week of June, but the Franklin 4th of July celebration continues at the Franklin Town Common this month, again thanks to new volunteers who have stepped up. Scheduled events include:
• Saturday, July 1st = 9 a.m....

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Jul 2017
June.27.2017

The July 4th Franklin Coalition has a new feature this year, a road race on July first, sponsored by the Franklin Recreation Department. The Adult 5K will take place at 9 a.m., with registration at 8-8:45 at The Gazebo at Town Common. The...

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Jul 2017
by J.D. O’Gara
June.27.2017

Thanks to the hard work of a dedicated group of volunteers, Franklin Concerts on the Common is now entering its 26th season. The summertime evening concerts are funded through the generosity of the Franklin Cultural Council (funded by the...

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Jul 2017
by J.D. O’Gara
June.27.2017

Thanks to the hard work of a dedicated group of volunteers, Franklin Concerts on the Common is now entering its 26th season. The summertime evening concerts are funded through the generosity of the Franklin Cultural Council (funded by the...

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Jul 2017
June.27.2017

In conjunction with the addition of the new wing and major renovations to the historic Franklin Public Library, a brick patio will be constructed at the School Street entrance. The Friends of Franklin Library invites the public to participate in...

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Jul 2017
June.27.2017

The Franklin Downtown Partnership is planning downtown Franklin’s largest Harvest Festival yet for Saturday, October 14, from Noon to 5 p.m. In case of rain, the event will take place on Sunday, October 15.
Organizers anticipate nearly 8,...

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