During his senior year at Franklin High, Eamon McCarthy Earls was taking AP classes, working as a sales clerk at Market Basket, participating on his school’s mock trial and track teams, and trying to stay involved with his friends. Oh, and he was writing a book — his third. Earls, 18, spent hundreds of hours researching his hometown and interviewing longtime residents for his history book, “Franklin: From Puritan Precinct to 21st Century ‘Edge City.’ ”
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