Franklin

Articles

One for Peter

A job bagging groceries.
Katelyn Chandler couldn’t help but overhear the job coach telling the young man she’d gotten to know through his...

Read More

2nd Annual Arts Advocacy Day in Franklin a Success

Franklin’s Senior Center was filled with people from around the state on April 7 who were all passionate about the arts, and interested in gaining...

Read More

Intergenerational Book Event Brings Seniors & Students Together

On March 6th, members of the Franklin Senior Center went back to high school to join Franklin High School students for an Intergenerational Book...

Read More

FHS Students Buddy Up with Tri-County to Prepare for Prom

On Friday, March 16th, seven Franklin High School students, members of the Best Buddies program, headed over to the cosmetology shop at Tri-County...

Read More

Sports

Noviello’s Positive Influence Key Asset for Franklin Nine

Jake Noviello isn’t bashful about expressing optimism when talk centers around Franklin High’s baseball prospects for the 2018 season.
The 6-foot-5, 218-pound senior, who’s been a Hockomock League all-star pitcher the last two seasons, firmly believes the Panthers have...

Read More

TC Runner John O’Sullivan Keeps Pushing His Limits

Growing up in Medway, John O’Sullivan enjoyed playing soccer, and when high school rolled around, he opted for greater opportunity and attended Tri County Regional Vocational High School. It was here in Franklin that he first was introduced to track.
“I had never run or...

Read More

Franklin’s MacCallum Eyes State Title in Lacrosse

Grace MacCallum has some unfinished business to attend to before she heads for Fairfield University where she’ll be a scholarship athlete on the women’s lacrosse team.
The 5-foot-5 Franklin senior, who excels on defense, wants the Panthers to win a state championship...

Read More