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Join the Franklin Library Genealogical Club at Franklin Historical Museum

The Franklin Library Genealogical Club will host their March meeting on Thursday, 3/30 at the Franklin Historical Museum at 6:30 p.m. The topic...

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Irish in Franklin

Local historian Alan Earls will deliver a unique two-part program on Saturday March 11that the Franklin Historical Museum. Earls will first...

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Franklin Cultural Council Announces Logo Contest

The Franklin Cultural Council has announced a design contest for a new logo. Open to anyone, the contest encourages local talent to create a new,...

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This Month at the Franklin Senior Center

WEDNESDAY, MAR. 1 & 15: STRESS MANAGEMENT SUPPORT GROUP 10 a.m., led by Gail Bourassa who focuses on strategies for coping with anxiety and...

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Sports

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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Kilroe, Sicchio in Key Roles for Franklin High Sextet

James Kilroe and Tom Sicchio have some things in common.
Both seniors at Franklin High, they’re honor-roll students who play ice hockey year-round. They also were part of a state championship squad last year as juniors when the Panthers edged St. Mary’s of Lynn, 4-3, to...

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Franklin’s Link to West Point

Colby Enegren was a second-grader at the Benjamin Franklin Charter School in Franklin when the 9/11 attack on the United States was carried out.
The seven-year-old not only grasped the enormity of the situation and felt sympathy for those killed and injured, but he also...

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