Senate President Karen Spilka (D-Ashland), Representative Jeffrey N. Roy (D-Franklin), Senator Becca Rausch (D-Needham), and Representative Mike Soter (R-Bellingham) are pleased to announce that funding for the Prospect Street tunnel along the Southern New England Trunkline... Read More
The Franklin Art Association is proud to present our membership’s fine art painting and photography exhibition, “Autumn Splendor” on October 5,...Read More
The Town of Franklin and the Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC) are undertaking a business development strategy to support business growth...Read More
Franklin Pride is a group of boys and girls ages 4-9, created and developed by Franklin Mass. Lion, Cheryl Hobbs, to let children learn through...Read More
Nearly 8,000 people are expected to attend the largest-ever Harvest Festival on Saturday, October 5 from noon to 5 p.m.! The Franklin Downtown...Read More
Anthony Sarno is Franklin High’s new ice hockey coach, and the 50-year-old native of Medford is acutely aware he’s taking the reins of an elite program with a storied tradition.
A coach with a plethora of experience at a variety of levels, Sarno’s objectives for the...
The Franklin field hockey team finished second in the Kelley-Rex Division of the Hockomock League to neighboring rival King Philip last fall and was one win away from meeting up with the Warriors for the Division 1 South Sectional Championship. Unfortunately, KP fell to...Read More
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...