Amy Mevorach

A reception, gallery display and book signing for the children’s poetry anthology An Assortment of Animal” will be held at the Hopkinton Center for the Arts from 1-3 p.m. on Saturday, May 18. The anthology includes poetry by members of the...

Amy Mevorach

A reception, gallery display and book signing for the children’s poetry anthology An Assortment of Animal” will be held at the Hopkinton Center for the Arts from 1-3 p.m. on Saturday, May 18. The anthology includes poetry by members of the...

J.D. O’Gara

Agriculture is a very active part of the Medway community, says blueberry farmer and Medway resident Paul Atwood. “Our animals here, our produce here, our education, our community events, they happen in Medway because of our history and the...

J.D. O’Gara
Celebration Slated for Saturday, May 25th, 12 Noon

20 years in the making, and it started with an idea Jeff Hardin had.
That’s how members of the Millis Historical Commission tell the story of the restoration of historic Niagara Hall, at long last about to celebrate its grand re-opening on...

KEN HAMWEY, Staff Sports Writer

The girls basketball team at Millis High fell short of winning what could have been the Mohawks’ fourth State championship but their 2018-19 season was definitely one for the record books.
And, their season was truly unique.
Never...

KEN HAMWEY, Staff Sports Writer

Here’s some advice for fans of the Medway High boys basketball team — don’t let the loss to Westboro in the Division 2 Central Sectional Tournament lessen your regard or your respect for what the Mustangs achieved in what was a remarkable season...

Christopher Tremblay, Staff Sports Writer

As far back as she can remember, Millis’ MacKenzie Smith has always suited up behind the plate for her softball teams. The reasoning – ex- Red Sox catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia, who played for the local nine form 2010-2013, was a member of the...

The Millis Garden Club is pleased to announce that eligibility requirements of its 2019 Ken Nichols scholarship will once again include not only high school seniors, but also students who are currently attending accredited colleges and...

Kyle Koller

What would you do if you lived to be 100? A full century of experiences, adventures, and crazy stories would be under your belt. You would see the transformation of friends and family over a 100-year span, and even get the chance to possibly meet...

J.D. O’Gara
Millis Friends of the Library Encountering Damaged Donations

Board books that are chewed and eaten. A bag of books covered in dust and dirt. Books with water stains, mold—and worse, rotting from red rot on the inside. Some with no covers. Some without spines. Coloring books that have been colored in, books...

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