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 When a hostile situation occurs, speed of entry may be the most important aspect to gain control and ensure optimal safety. Tactical entry equipment, also known as Battering Rams, allow police to quickly gain access to both criminals and to victims during rescue operations. Yesterday, the Massachusetts State Police Special Operations – STOP Team received thirteen...
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Dennis Donahue, a senior from Franklin in the Early Education career program at Tri-County Regional was recently honored for becoming an Eagle Scout, the highest achievement in Boy Scouts.   One of the requirements to become an Eagle Scout is to complete a project that benefits the community.  Dennis chose to refurbish a storage shed, which...
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It’s been a great week at Tri-County!  The first day of school for all students was on Tuesday, September 4th.  Of the 1000-plus students to arrive, 280 freshman students were welcomed to their first day of high school. Though the transition to high school can be difficult for many teens, especially when attending a new school with...
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Woodworking, from custom-made cabinetry and furniture to unique wooden pieces, is the fine art of the construction trade. The beautiful thing about woodworking is that it can be done by all ages. Whether young, old, or somewhere in between, there are woodworking projects to fit any skill level. Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School Carpentry...
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Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School officially gave 208 diplomas to the Class of 2018 during the school’s 39th graduation ceremony held on Sunday, June 3rd, at 12 p.m. Joining Superintendent-Director Stephen Dockray at the stage were School Committee Chair Steven Trask, of Franklin, School Committee Vice Chair David Bento, of Medfield, Principal Michael Procaccini,...
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