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Metrowest Veterans Consortium Keeps Local Veterans Connected

Last month, members of the Metrowest Veterans Consortium toured the Natick Readiness Center of the Massachusetts National Guard. They were...

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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...

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Franklin’s Success in Volleyball Linked to Many Factors

The Franklin girls’ volleyball team is a study in consistency.
Since Kate Horsmann took the coaching reins in 2005, the Panthers have won...

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LET’S LAUGH TODAY in Franklin is on Wednesday, November 8th!

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...

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Sports

Cropper to Lead Dean College’s Field Hockey Program

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...

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Tori Maynard Steps Up to Leadership Role for Tri-County Basketball

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...

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Tri-County’s Dylan White Traded the Field for the Links

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...

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