The Ginley Funeral Home in Franklin published an obituary for the two siblings Thursday, three days after they died in what authorities Tuesday called a tragic accident at their Chestnut Street home.
According to the funeral home, Lexi and Sean’s funeral service will be held at 10 a.m. Monday, Jan. 20 at St. Mary’s Church, 1 Church Square. The brother and sister will be laid to rest at Union Street Cemetery, 150 West Central St.
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James Dacey Jr., a longtime resident, will continue to serve as treasurer/collector after the Town Council ratified his appointment Wednesday.
Dacey is the first treasurer/collector to be named by the council since voters last year approved changes to the charter, making the job an appointed position. Dacey was one of the major proponents of the change.
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Three men, including one from Franklin, were arraigned Monday on charges that they collected a combined total of more than $106,000 in unemployment benefits while continuing to work, according to Attorney General Martha Coakley’s office.
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Following the news that two Franklin children died after accidentally locking themselves in a wooden hope chest, local second-hand furniture store owners are examining their shops and wondering what they can do differently to prevent such a tragedy.
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