It was a last-minute idea. Schools were closing, and Kaye Kelly, co-chair of the Franklin Cultural Council with Lillian Gould, thought home-bound students might enjoy a creative home project and online community sharing with an art contest, the week of March 16th. She picked... Read More
Looking for new ways to care for your body? Come to St. John’s Health and Wellness Fair. Originally scheduled for April 26th, the event has been...Read More
This information was updated as of Local Town Pages press time, 3/17/20
Due to the COVID-19 virus outbreak, the Franklin Public Library will...
As you are undoubtedly aware, Governor Baker announced a number of emergency measures this evening. I have been in touch with the Governor and the...Read More
Are you worried about your loved one, separated from you in a nursing facility at this time?
Audra Noonan, of Millis, Palliative Certified...
The quest to win the Division 1 State Girls’ Basketball Championship began last March, when the Franklin girls walked off the Worcester State University court after falling to Springfield Central 64-57 in overtime of the State Semi Finals. The Panthers decided right there and...Read More
Things did not go the Franklin wrestling team’s way, as the Panthers not only opened the 2019-20 season with a loss to Mount Hope of Rhode Island, the team also lost to close out the season. Luckily, in between the bookend losses, the Franklin grapplers went an astounding 22-...Read More
Jack Nally has excelled in football and baseball at Franklin High, and after his final season of baseball this spring, the 18-year-old senior will be aiming for more success in both sports at Wesleyan.
Playing two sports at the collegiate level is challenging,...