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Neely Aims To Maintain Hoop Success At Franklin High

C.J. Neely is eager to maintain Franklin High’s lofty reputation as a basketball power.
The 33-year-old Neely, who starred in basketball at Oliver Ames and later at Bates College, was Foxboro High’s varsity boys coach for the last seven years. He was hired last month to replace Dean O’Conner, who was released after leading the Panthers to 14 tournament berths in 15 seasons. Neely was a Hockomock League all-star at Oliver Ames and he finished his career at Bates as a captain who scored 1,034 career points.

Franklin Sees Solar in Its Future Good Turnout Suggests Tiered Solar Installation Program Could Be a Success

Members of the town of Franklin are showing that they’re up for the Franklin Solar Challenge. Town planners and volunteers are working together to try to bring a tiered, lower-cost solar program to Franklin, as has been done in some neighboring towns such as Medway, which, through its low-cost program saw 39 installations in the town, amounting 488.6 kW, producing 556 megawatt hours of electricity on an annual basis.