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Franklin Art Association

The Franklin Art Association is proud to present our membership’s fine art painting and photography exhibition, “Autumn Splendor” on October 5,...

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Franklin to Host Resident Visioning Event on Business Growth & Opportunities

The Town of Franklin and the Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC) are undertaking a business development strategy to support business growth...

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Franklin Pride Kicks Off a New Year

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...

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Franklin Downtown Partnership’s Largest Harvest Festival Planned for October 5

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...

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Sports

Sarno Selected as Boys’ Hockey Coach at Franklin High

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...

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Franklin Field Hockey Hopes to Ride the Wave into the 2019 Season

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...

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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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