Both figuratively and literally, bricks engraved with the names of those who have served and are serving are providing the pathway. The paramount goal of the Franklin Veterans Memorial Walkway, however, which will be dedicated in a ceremony at Franklin Town Common on Sunday,... Read More
Franklin Food Pantry volunteers were honored recently with special recognition awards for their extraordinary service.
Eight volunteers were...
The Knights of Columbus Sacred Heart Council 1847 in Franklin’s first ever Annual Thanksgiving Pie Sale is not just for members of St. Mary’s...Read More
The Franklin Police Association is hosting a 5K walk/run on November 3rd. The 2018 5K Foot Pursuit will take place at Franklin High School. The...Read More
Tournament soccer is about to begin, and if the Franklin High girls squad hopes to advance, it’ll need to adhere to coach Tom Geysen’s three-point plan for “staying alive.’’
“We must control the ball on offense, be able to finish plays and be physically healthy,’’ said...
Growing up in a household in Wrentham where his father played golf on a regular basis Brody Dalzell finally decided to give the sport a try. Already playing hockey as a forward and lacrosse as an attackmen, Dalzell didn’t know what to expect from golf, but once he tried it he...Read More
Lauren McGrath is the sparkplug that drives the engine for the Franklin High girls’ volleyball team.
A four-year varsity player, the 5-foot-4 McGrath started as the Panthers’ setter as a sophomore and quickly made her mark. She won the Hockomock League’s Underclassman...