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Second Novel by Framingham Author Robyn Bradley

Filed under: Arts / Culture by Randy Harris at 8:29 am on November 15, 2011
What Happened in Granite Creek, Robyn Bradley (2011)

Framingham author Robyn Bradley's latest novel, ''What Happened in Granite Creek'', (2011)

FRAMINGHAM, MA - In June I wrote about Framingham author Robyn Bradley, on the release of her first novel, "Forgotten April".

Without retelling that entire article, I'll mention again, Robyn is the youngest of six children, an only girl with five older brothers, that she graduated from Framingham North High in 1991, and that her inspiration to become an author came in Mrs. Shea's 4th grade class at the Charlotte Dunning School.

Jumping forward some twenty eight years after getting "three red stars" on a life changing writing assignment from Mrs. Shea, we find Bradley an accomplished writer, able to weave hard-to-put-down tales which take the reader inside the minds and lives of the characters she creates.

Her recently released second novel, "What Happened in Granite Creek" expands on a short story titled "Support Our Troops" which she penned in 2009.

Although much of Bradley's writing is geared towards the womens' fiction market, Granite Creek crosses over to appeal to both genders.  The book is definitely not a hearts and roses romance novel -- the sometimes gritty language and adult situations in this story ...[read more]


Join Cub Scout Pack 78 in North Framingham

Filed under: Around Town by News Staff at 4:19 am on September 9, 2011
Scout Pack 78, North Framingham, MA

Scout Pack 78, North Framingham meets at First United Methodist Church, 360 Water Street

FRAMINGHAM, MA - Scouting is alive, well and continues the same traditions founded over 100 years ago.

In North Framingham, Pack 78 is comprised of boys who attend the Hemingway, Dunning, Potter Road and Stapleton schools -- and they'd like to see even more boys join!

While the focus is on the boys -- moms, dads and the whole family can be involved in scouting activities and spend quality time with their sons.

Could over 100 years of having fun be a good reason to join?

Last year family events included; a day-trip and sleep-over on the U.S.S. Massachusetts, an overnight sleep-over at ...[read more]


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