Women Can Take Aim on June 3rd

Are you a woman who has been curious about how to handle a firearm? Maybe you grew up in a family where shooting was something that the guys did....

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Parkinson’s Disease Support Group Meets May 11

On May 11, , the Parkinson’s Disease Support Group will meet at Community VNA, 10 Emory St., Attleboro from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. A representative...

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Franklin hosts 42nd Annual NE Family History Conference

On Saturday April 8th hundreds of novices and experts attended the 42nd annual New England Family History Conference hosted by The Church of Jesus...

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Free Dental Screening Clinic for Mass. Seniors May 6

A Free Dental Screening Clinic for senior citizens will be held in Attleboro on Saturday, May 6 from 8:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Community VNA, 10...

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Watson Quietly Excels For Franklin’s Lacrosse Team

Patrick Watson’s name probably won’t be high on the list of leading scorers in Hockomock League lacrosse this year but that shouldn’t lessen his value as a Franklin High midfielder.
The 5-foot-9, 150-pound senior captain, who was a league all-star last year, is not only...

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Tri County’s Daelyn Hiduchick – Keeping Up Family Softball Tradition

Growing up in a family where not only her mother, but her grandmother played softball, it was only fitting that Tri-County’s Daelyn Hiduchick found her way onto the field as well. The Medway native began playing softball for the town leagues when she was in second grade and...

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Pitching, Defense Keys to Franklin Nine’s Success

Since Zach Brown took the coaching reins of Franklin High’s baseball team three years ago, the Panthers have qualified for tourney play all three seasons and could be in line for a fourth straight playoff appearance.
Franklin, which posted a 13-9 record last year, lost...

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