Friday, September 11, 2015

In the News: deputy chief sworn in, Dean opens for 150th year

The town's new deputy police chief took the oath of office Wednesday night in front of friends, family and fellow officers. 
Thomas Lynch, formerly a lieutenant with the department, was sworn in by Town Clerk Deborah Pellegri at that evening's Town Council meeting. 
After the oath was administered, Lynch spoke briefly about the new position. 
"I will do my best to provide quality service to the town of Franklin," he said. "I want to thank the mentors I've had throughout my law enforcement career. I will continue to seek their advice and counsel when the need arises."

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Dean College began its 150th year this week, welcoming both returning students and a freshman class of more than 500. 
The college's official move-in day was Sept. 7 - Labor Day - and classes began Sept. 8. 
Gregg Chalk, the college's vice president of marketing and business development, said a number of changes and new initiatives awaited students, including a partnership with the Kraft Sports Group, which owns the New England Patriots and New England Revolution. The agreement features degree programs in such fields as arts and entertainment management, sports management and security management. 
"We'll be running courses at Gillette Stadium, and our students will have a lot of interaction with their personnel," Chalk said. "They'll get to see what goes on from that perspective."

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