It might have taken about six months longer than projected to complete, but good things come to those who wait. On Sunday, November 6th, the Franklin Public Library officially welcomed community members to celebrate the opening of its new addition.
“I give the library... Read More
Last month, members of the Metrowest Veterans Consortium toured the Natick Readiness Center of the Massachusetts National Guard. They were...Read More
Charity, Unity, Fraternity and Patriotism: Knights of Columbus Going Strong in Franklin after 100 Years
You see them around town – a group of men who might be helping with a community blood drive, who are raising money for the Society of St. Vincent...Read More
The Franklin girls’ volleyball team is a study in consistency.
Since Kate Horsmann took the coaching reins in 2005, the Panthers have won...
Trade all your holiday stress for laughter on Wednesday, November 8th (and every second Wednesday of each month) from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the...Read More
Field hockey, which has been dormant at Dean College for 25 years, will return as a varsity sports next fall and the coaching reins have been handed to Lisa Cropper, who served as Franklin High’s varsity coach for the last eight years.
“Building a new program will be...
Basketball seemed to be in Tori Maynard’s blood right from the beginning. As a second grade, Tori would tag along with her older brother to his games as her father coached. It was here that the youngster found that basketball seemed like a fun and interesting sport. Soon...Read More
Although as cliché as it sounds, Tri-County’s golf coach Ryan Hippert believes that senior tri-captain Dylan White is what every coach looks for in an athlete.
“Dylan is everything that we want in our athletes at Tri-County,” the coach said. “He is not only a great kid...