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Articles

Could You Be Leaving Untapped Money in Your Home?

If you are a Massachusetts resident, you may not be aware that there is a program available that will help you save on energy related costs and...

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“Your Life Now...at its Best”

Milford Regional Medical Center Patient and Family Advisory Council is co-sponsoring a free presentation on palliative care, entitled “Your Life...

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“Art Makes the Heart Spring” April 22 & 23

The Franklin Art Association’s annual spring show and gala reception will take place Saturday, April 22, from noon until 8 p.m. and Sunday, April...

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Purr-Fect Cat Shelter Bake Sale April 14th

The Purr-fect Cat Shelter annual Bake Sale will be held Friday, April 14th, at Wal-Mart, in Bellingham from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. A wide variety of...

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Sports

Pitching, Defense Keys to Franklin Nine’s Success

Since Zach Brown took the coaching reins of Franklin High’s baseball team three years ago, the Panthers have qualified for tourney play all three seasons and could be in line for a fourth straight playoff appearance.
Franklin, which posted a 13-9 record last year, lost...

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Tri-County’s Joe Townsend a LateComer to Wrestling, a Master of Grit

While a lot of high school athletes play their respective sport prior to getting to high school, many never even decide on playing sports until they enter their freshman year. One such case is Bellingham’s Joe Townsend. As an incoming freshman to Tri-County Regional...

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Franklin GHoop Captains Take Reins as Their Season Turns Around

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...

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