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Artist Spotlight Delighted by Everything: The Photographic Eye of Peter Willis

Ask Peter Willis what he likes, and he replies, “Everything.”
Peter Willis , 26, and his camera, is well known around the town of Franklin....

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St. John’s Welcomes Rev. Kathy McAdams as Permanent Rector

Members and friends of St. John’s Episcopal Church in Franklin gathered inside the sunlit sanctuary in the early evening, April 26, to welcome...

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One for Peter

A job bagging groceries.
Katelyn Chandler couldn’t help but overhear the job coach telling the young man she’d gotten to know through his...

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2nd Annual Arts Advocacy Day in Franklin a Success

Franklin’s Senior Center was filled with people from around the state on April 7 who were all passionate about the arts, and interested in gaining...

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Sports

O’Rourke’s Sacrifice Pays Dividends for Franklin Boys Lacrosse Team

Connor O’Rourke personifies sacrifice and commitment.
When the Franklin High senior was playing attack on the jayvee lacrosse team as a freshman, varsity coach Lou Verrochi asked him if he’d switch positions and become a goaltender. Verrochi needed to groom a goalie for...

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James Leofanti, Aiming for Promise

After being put on the shelf for the majority of the Franklin High School baseball season last spring due to a shoulder injury, pitcher James Leofanti was making his first start of the 2018 season for the Panthers. Although the senior hurler did get one start at the end of...

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Noviello’s Positive Influence Key Asset for Franklin Nine

Jake Noviello isn’t bashful about expressing optimism when talk centers around Franklin High’s baseball prospects for the 2018 season.
The 6-foot-5, 218-pound senior, who’s been a Hockomock League all-star pitcher the last two seasons, firmly believes the Panthers have...

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