Ken Hamwey, Staff Sports Writer

Laura Conner probably would be embarrassed if she were labeled a “miracle-worker’’ for the way she’s improved the cross-country and track programs at Millis High. But, the 29-year-old coach does deserve a great deal of credit for the Mohawks’...

J.D. O’Gara

A 50-mile bike ride?
It’s not something most teens do every day, but four local students donned their helmets and formed a team to raise money in the name of their beloved teacher on August 6, for the annual Pan Mass Challenge Teen Ride,...

J.D. O’Gara

What’s better than a fall afternoon spent within the bounds of a colorful, leafy enclave? The latter, coupled with the best food and drink your local vendors have to offer. Saturday, October first marks the fourth Annual Taste of Medway, to take...

Antique Roadshow
Our 11th annual Antique Roadshow with Coyles Auction Gallery from Bellingham will be held on Friday, July 29th from 11-12 in room 18. Please bring in your valuables to be appraised. Some things to consider bringing in for...

Jane Lebak
Millis Police Chief and Town Administrator Both Stepping Down

Two departures have left Millis residents feeling uncertain about the future. Police Chief Keith F. Edison announced his retirement this coming August. And Charles Aspinwall has stepped down from his position as Town Administrator in order to...

By Jane Lebak

Boston’s winters have gotten a little warmer thanks to two Girl Scout cadettes.
Norwood Girl Scouts Elizabeth Begg and Kathleen Keaney have teamed up to earn their Silver Award, the highest award cadettes can earn, by collecting and making...

By J.D. O’Gara

On the first day of spring, March 20, about a hundred or so people gathered for the first Farm to Table event in Millis at Tangerini’s Spring Street Farm in Millis. The event drew those who wanted to celebrate truly eating local.
“The farm...

By J.D. O’Gara

The Medway Friends of the Performing Arts will present its second annual free Community Concert at 2 p.m. on Sunday April 3, 2016, in the Medway High School auditorium. All are welcome to enjoy an entertaining performance by The Rusty Scott...

By J.D. O’Gara
Students with Special Needs Get Their Own Prom, Thanks to Senior Project

What senior doesn’t get excited about his or her prom coming up at the end of the year? When entering her senior year, Hailey Clark, a senior at Millis High School, realized that not every student has the chance to enjoy such an event. For two...

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