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Spier Family to Match YMCA Camp Donations through July 21, 2019

The Spier Family of Foxborough is issuing a challenge grant to Hockomock Area YMCA members, donors, local businesses and partners. For the third...

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July 2019 at the Franklin Public Library

Programs for Children and Teens (No registration required unless noted)
Mondays
Move Along. 10:30 a.m. For ages 0 – 5 years
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Franklin Concerts on the Common Wednesday Nights

Thanks to the hard work of a dedicated group of volunteers, Franklin Concerts on the Common continues on into another season. The summertime...

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It’s Not Too Late to Buy CSA Shares at a Local Farm

What is community supported agriculture? Also known as CSA, people buy a “business share” of a farm before the beginning of the growing season....

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Sports

Jacob Alexander A Key FOGO Component of FHS LAX Success

Lacrosse basically has four general position groups: goaltenders, defenders, midfielders, and attackers. And while these all sound familiar, some lacrosse teams can also have a FOGO. The term is relatively new in the sport. It stands for Face Off Get Off. It’s used to...

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Athletics at Franklin High at Its Peak for 2018-19 School Year

Tom Angelo’s 35 years of experience in education include roles as a teacher and administrator. He not only knows the formula for success in both venues, but, as Franklin High’s athletic director, he also has a firm grip on what that function involves and what ingredients are...

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Tri-County Student Wins 1st Ever Girls’ All-State Wrestling Championship

What an amazing season it has been for the Tri-County wrestling team. One shining star is Ashley Barrett, a senior from Bellingham in the Legal and Protective Services program, who has won the first-ever Girls’ All State Wrestling Championship for all divisions in...

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