Peter Brunelli remembers one year it rained so hard and long during St. Mary’s Feast of St. Rocco, that someone put a rowboat in the middle of the field and knelt down to take pictures.
“The rain just came and came,” he laughs, “but people were good. When they saw we’d... Read More
What do you do to help your parents? What can you do outside your home? If someone falls down, do you stand and laugh, or do you help out?
The Benjamin Franklin Educational Foundation on behalf of the Benjamin Franklin Classical Charter Public School (BFCCPS) is pleased to announce...Read More
They are a small club with only 16 members, but they are carrying on a tradition in Franklin that dates back over 70 years. They are the Franklin...Read More
Those are the words Ken Hamwey, at age 24 in 1967 and working the Celtics beat as a sports writer for the Framingham News, will...
When Kate Horsmann decided to relocate to Kentucky, it seemed that replacing her as Franklin High’s volleyball coach would be a Herculean task. After all, the Kentucky native led the Panthers into tournament play all 13 years she directed the girls contingent, and she also...Read More
Franklin’s Michele Pearl began riding the Pan Mass Challenge eleven years ago because of her Mom, a breast cancer survivor and her Stepdad, a colon cancer survivor. Two years later, when they had the Inaugural PMC Teen Ride, her 13-year old son Ethan began riding by her side...Read More
Prior to coming to Tri-County, North Attleboro resident Amanda Merigo had never run track in her life, nor had she ever thought about taking part in the sport. However, when she got to the Regional Vocational Technical High School, she made friends with senior captain Emily...Read More