“It’s a wonderful service, and the meal is not the key point of it,” says Bill Wright, volunteer coordinator of the Medway route of Tri-Valley, Inc.’s Meals on Wheels program, which is currently in need of volunteer drivers. Tri-Valley’s local Meals on Wheels program operates... Read More
The Franklin Library Genealogical Club will host their March meeting on Thursday, 3/30 at the Franklin Historical Museum at 6:30 p.m. The topic...Read More
Local historian Alan Earls will deliver a unique two-part program on Saturday March 11that the Franklin Historical Museum. Earls will first...Read More
The Franklin Cultural Council has announced a design contest for a new logo. Open to anyone, the contest encourages local talent to create a new,...Read More
After finishing the 2015-16 basketball campaign with a 13-7 record and playing into the Quarter Finals of the Division 1 Central Tournament, Franklin Coach John Leighton figured that this season would be more of the same. Unfortunately, the Panthers girls’ squad ran into some...Read More
James Kilroe and Tom Sicchio have some things in common.
Both seniors at Franklin High, they’re honor-roll students who play ice hockey year-round. They also were part of a state championship squad last year as juniors when the Panthers edged St. Mary’s of Lynn, 4-3, to...
Colby Enegren was a second-grader at the Benjamin Franklin Charter School in Franklin when the 9/11 attack on the United States was carried out.
The seven-year-old not only grasped the enormity of the situation and felt sympathy for those killed and injured, but he also...