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Franklin’s Success in Volleyball Linked to Many Factors

The Franklin girls’ volleyball team is a study in consistency.
Since Kate Horsmann took the coaching reins in 2005, the Panthers have won...

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LET’S LAUGH TODAY in Franklin is on Wednesday, November 8th!

Trade all your holiday stress for laughter on Wednesday, November 8th (and every second Wednesday of each month) from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the...

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Coffee for Our Deployed Soldiers & Help for Our Homeless Vets

Gene Sardinha Jr., franchise owner, Michael Shain of Thanks To Yanks, Manny Ferreira of Dunkin Donuts and Steven Sardinha franchise owner stand...

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Garden Club of Norfolk to Challenge the Floral Designers at Holiday Magic Fundraiser

Plan now to start the holiday season by enjoying an enchanting evening on Wednesday, November 8 when the Garden Club of Norfolk presents “Holiday...

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Sports

Tri-County’s Dylan White Traded the Field for the Links

Although as cliché as it sounds, Tri-County’s golf coach Ryan Hippert believes that senior tri-captain Dylan White is what every coach looks for in an athlete.
“Dylan is everything that we want in our athletes at Tri-County,” the coach said. “He is not only a great kid...

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Speed Is Big Plus for Franklin Girls Soccer Team

Tom Geysen has coached the girls’ varsity soccer team at Franklin High for 33 years, and he’s taken 27 of those squads to the playoffs. Five years ago, in 2012, his Panthers captured a state championship.
So, when the veteran coach speaks about Franklin’s outlook for...

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Tri-County’s Cara Parker is Her Coach’s

When it came time to enter high school, Uxbridge resident Cara Parker decided to leave her friends and town to attend Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School in Franklin because of the academic choices. Once in Franklin, the then freshman thought it a good idea...

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