ACCEPT Education Collaborative is pleased to announce it has received a $20,000 grant from the Doug Flutie, Jr. Foundation for Autism. These funds...

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Honor Your Veteran with Brick for Walkway

Many of us want to deeply honor our veterans who gave the ultimate sacrifice for our country, but why not give a nod of recognition to all of...

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Franklin Center Helps Metrowest Adults Adapt to Vision Loss

“It’s hard to adapt to losing one’s senses. Those are major components. It’s ‘what do I do now?’” says Kathy Kubit, of Norfolk who lost her vision...

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Studio Two Show at BLACK BOX to Benefit HMEA

It’s that time of year – time come out of hibernation to support local the 4,000 children and adults with disabilities that are supported by...

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Boys’ Hoop Success at Franklin Linked to Neely’s Formula

CJ Neely has been the boys’ basketball coach at Franklin High for four years, and each season has produced a playoff berth. And, before arriving as the Panthers’ coach, his Foxboro squads managed seven tourney berths in his seven years at that school.
As his current...

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Scott Saunders a Quiet Leader in TC Basketball

Growing up in Franklin, Scott Saunders got involved with basketball when his mother signed him up to play the sport. Since then, the now senior has loved playing the game. And although football was originally on his radar when he entered Franklin High School as a freshman...

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Franklin Wrestlers Hope to Excel at Sectional Tourney

Franklin High’s wrestling team will be striving to bring home a Sectional championship when it heads for Newton on Saturday, Feb. 10.
Coach Carman Colace, who’s been the Panthers coach for the last 36 years, would like to add another trophy to Franklin’s rich tradition...

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