Ken Hamwey: Over 50 Years of Writing, and Still Having Fun

“Get in.”
Those are the words Ken Hamwey, at age 24 in 1967 and working the Celtics beat as a sports writer for the Framingham News, will...

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Franklin Concerts on the Common to Start July 11

Franklin Concerts on the Common will continue for the 2018 season, with a change in chairpersons from Barbara Rondeau to Penny Tanaglia. The...

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Franklin 4th Fireworks Are Back!

Missing those Fourth of July fireworks? Well, come on down to Franklin High School on Tuesday, July 3rd, at 9:30 p.m. where the Franklin July 4th...

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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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Amanda Merigo Found Her Place in Tri-County Track

Prior to coming to Tri-County, North Attleboro resident Amanda Merigo had never run track in her life, nor had she ever thought about taking part in the sport. However, when she got to the Regional Vocational Technical High School, she made friends with senior captain Emily...

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Baseball Champs!

To label Tom Angelo’s second year as Franklin High’s Athletic Director as “outstanding’’ might be understating what took place on and off the fields and courts during the 2017-18 school campaign.
The Panthers’ athletic teams won one state championship and were in...

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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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