From Local Town Pages - Three Holliston sisters are members of the first Children of the American Revolution Society in Massachusetts to be named one of the top three CAR societies in the nation by the National Society of Children of the American Revolution. Morgan (16)... Read more.
From Local Town Pages - “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 never forget, coming from legendary Celtics coach Red Auerbach... Read more.
Local Town Pages - This article is one of a series written by Franklin Veteran’s Council member Natalee Ann Webb that will be highlighted in this and the next issue of Franklin Local Town Pages. Webb is a disabled Air Force veteran, was the first female USAF Aircraft... Read more.
Local Town Pages - On January 21st, a group of six nine- and ten-year old boys, a Destination Imagination team that calls themselves “The Raw Spaghettis,” became a small group of activists. Their motivation, a sign in a local vape shop. “We heard that Vape City Smoke... Read more.
Local Town Pages - Millis has had some great success, of late, with its football program. But, the small town, big family charm doesn’t always serve well when it comes to enough players to safely run a varsity football team. Next year, on its own after a coop with... Read more.
Local Town Pages - Hopedale High’s athletic hall of fame is making a comeback this year. Bill Gaine, who’s in his second year as the Blue Raiders’ athletic director, made the revival of the school’s hall of fame high a high priority on his to-do list for 2018. And... Read more.
Local Town Pages - Lelia Tenreyro-Viana believes there’s a power to music. Director of the Charles River Children’s Chorale, a Metrowest Community Program for children aged 6-10, in Kindergarten through 5th grade, Tenreyro-Viana says that, as music has created the... Read more.
Local Town Pages - Many of us want to deeply honor our veterans who gave the ultimate sacrifice for our country, but why not give a nod of recognition to all of those who have served? A new Veterans Memorial Walkway planned by the Franklin Veterans Council will shine a... Read more.
Local Town Pages - In 1986, Franklin’s Tim Brightman lost his brother Steve to melanoma, and from that point on, he decided he wanted to stand against cancer and began looking for something that he could do. “When my brother was originally diagnosed, he wanted a second... Read more.
LOCAL TOWN PAGES - October 7, 2017 will mark the 20th anniversary of the town of Holliston’s hosting the Massachusetts CF Cycle for Life, an annual fundraising bike ride through ten scenic Metrowest towns benefitting people with Cystic Fibrosis. Since its onset, 4,037... Read more.
By J.D. O'Gara, Local Town Pages - Over 100 seniors from Franklin attended a delicious pasta supper at Central Park Terrace on the beautiful summer night of June 15th. The event was the 26th Annual Pasta Supper provided by the Franklin Rotary Club. Rotarian John R. Padula... Read more.
ASHLAND - By Local Town Pages - Ashland Farmers Market (AFM) will open Season 6 on Saturday, June 10, on the grassy area across from the library. Each season, AFM has offered special events, live music, quality vendors, and new initiatives, which keep visitors coming back... Read more.
FRANKLIN - By Local Town Pages - A free talk by a prominent expert on immigration, Jessica M. Vaughan from the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS), scheduled to be held Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3402 on Pond Street on May 18, was abruptly canceled when the... Read more.
Local Town Pages - Each and every high school track meet consists of a total of 16 events. Franklin’s Jess Kroushl and Miranda Smith usually participate in upwards of 8 events for the Panthers; good thing the two athletes are able to score points in those events... Read more.