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Jan 2018
By KEN HAMWEY, Staff Sports Writer
January.15.2018

A new year often comes with some change and that’s what schools in the Tri Valley League will experience when their sports schedules will include a new member.
The athletic directors and the principals of the 11 schools in the TVL voted...

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Jan 2018
By David Pasquantonio
January.15.2018

The biggest issue in 2017 in Millis, and certainly the one most discussed by residents, was the new school, but there were many other newsworthy items and accomplishments. Town Administrator Michael Guzinski and Selectman James McCaffrey reviewed...

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Jan 2018
By David Pasquantonio
January.15.2018

It was a busy year in Medway, said Michael Boynton, Medway’s town administrator, as he reviewed the town’s 2017 highlights and accomplishments, but it was also a good year.
Perhaps the biggest news, and the item with the most future...

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Jan 2018
By J.D. O’Gara
January.15.2018

What does it mean to help your neighbor?
Organizers of the Millis Fund know it as being there to help your neighbors in their time of need. In fact, that’s just why the Millis Fund was created. The small nonprofit has helped over 400...

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Jan 2018
January.15.2018

On November 19, 2017, three members of Millis Boy Scout Troop 15 achieved the rank of Eagle Scout, an achievement only about 5% of Boy Scouts reach.
Nathan Maltinsky, Chair of the Millis Historical Commission, commented on the young men’s...

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Jan 2018
By J.D. O’Gara
January.15.2018

He’s been a Project 351 Ambassador since this past spring. Joseph Scolpinetti, a freshman at Millis High School, was nominated by Maureen Knowlton, Millis Middle School principal, at the beginning of 2017, in his 8th grade year, to be an...

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Jan 2018
January.15.2018

In an art competition open to all senior citizens in the Commonwealth, Medway was among 66 towns who participated this fall. Of 167 entries to the competition, held at the Commonwealth Museum, Medway residents were awarded Best in Show, 2nd Place...

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Jan 2018
By Christopher Tremblay Staff Sports Writer
January.15.2018

Coming into the season, Millis Coach Dana Olson didn’t expect to repeat as Super Bowl Champions, but he did know he had a group of talented athletes returning. When the Mohawks lost their season opener, things didn’t look good, but the squad...

Issue
Dec 2017
Ken Hamwey
December.04.2017

The Natick High girls’ soccer team didn’t win a Sectional or State championship, but the squad is still in a class by itself.
Coach James Blackwell’s Redhawks finished their regular season undefeated at 16-0 and captured their third...

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Dec 2017
Ken Hamwey
December.04.2017

Alyssa Mabardy is Natick High’s new softball coach, but she’s not new to the school or the softball program.
The 28-year-old Mabardy, a 2007 graduate of Natick High, was a three-sport athlete, competing in field hockey, ice hockey and...

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