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HMEA’s 18th Annual incredABLE Day –Thank You!

May 19, 2019 marked HMEA’s 18th Annual incredABLE Day, our largest community event and biggest fundraiser of the year. While the day came with...

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August at Franklin Historical Museum

We’re excited to bring you The Fashions of Downton Abbey as our August Second Sunday Speaker Series presentation. Our guest is Karen Antonowicz of...

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Save the Date for Harvest Festival

on Oct. 5
Registration Starting August 15
The Franklin Downtown Partnership will hold the Harvest Festival on Saturday, October 5 in...

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Jennifer Knight-Levine Honored as 2019 Unsung Heroine

Jennifer Knight-Levine was honored Tuesday as a member of the Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women’s 2019 class of Unsung Heroines....

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Sports

New Hopkinton Grid Coach

Dan MacLean is spot on when he says, “Franklin is my life.’’
Hopkinton High’s new football coach credits his Franklin roots as a key reason for his emergence in a sport that requires devotion, passion and flexibility — attributes he learned as a two-sport athlete at...

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For Scott LaRosa, PMC Connects Him to Son, Josh

As a child growing up Franklin’s Joshua LaRosa loved to ride his bike, it was where he felt most comfortable and at ease with himself. In addition to riding his bike, he also loved karate, where he was a junior black belt.
Unfortunately, at the age of 16, he was having...

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Jacob Alexander A Key FOGO Component of FHS LAX Success

Lacrosse basically has four general position groups: goaltenders, defenders, midfielders, and attackers. And while these all sound familiar, some lacrosse teams can also have a FOGO. The term is relatively new in the sport. It stands for Face Off Get Off. It’s used to...

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