He was there. Wayne Miller, Franklin resident since 1991, was a Special Agent in the Boston Division for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms’ recently-formed Arson Task Force when Boston began to burn in 1982.
“It’s a big part of Boston history, especially fire... Read More
What: Initial Kindergarten Registration
When: Tuesday, February 11, 2020, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
The Franklin Garden Club will feature a presentation on “Good Bugs and Bad Bugs” at its Tuesday, March 3 meeting. The meeting will be held at the...Read More
It’s not just recent college graduates looking for a job these days. An analysis of figures from the Bureau of Labor Statistics by TLRanalytics...Read More
Last winter, the Franklin girl’s ice hockey team went 16-2-2, earning themselves a five seed in the Division 1 Tournament, where the Panthers would eventually be eliminated by Andover in the Quarter Finals. Having lost their two big point scorers from that team, coach...Read More
Jack Rudolph knows what it’s like to be one victory away from winning a state championship.
As a sophomore, the 5-foot-10 guard was a reserve on the Franklin High boys’ basketball team that lost in the state title game to Mansfield in 2018. The defeat stung then, but as...
Katie Holbrook is Franklin High’ new softball coach, and if she had her way, she’d want the season to start immediately.
“I’m eager to get started,’’ said Holbrook, who excelled as a player at Brockton High and Bridgewater State. “I wish the softball season could start...