J.D. O’Gara
Prospect Hill Cemetery Tour Brings Past Alive in Millis

Stephen Main has worked for the town of Millis since 1984, caring for Prospect Hill Cemetery, which hails back to the 1700s, when Millis was known as East Medway.
“I come up here every day and there’s always something to do,” says Main, who...

Cancer: Thriving and Surviving: free six-week workshop for Cancer survivors, their family members, friends and caregivers are ideal participants. This evidence-based program promotes the empowerment of people with cancer to take control of their...

Millis Cultural Council grant applications are due October 15.

The Millis Cultural Council welcomes applications for grants in keeping with our local funding priorities, which include:
• Proposals that are free and open to the public to benefit the Millis community
• Proposals that will take...

J.D. O’Gara
Upcoming Events in October, November Will Help Stock Shelves, Feed Hungry

One in six people in Massachusetts has food insecurity, according to Susan Dietrich, director of the Medway Village Food Pantry, which, for a small location open just once a week (Saturday mornings, from 9-10 a.m.) inside Medway Village Church at...

J.D. O’Gara
Production of Neil Simon Comedy November 2nd & 3rd at Millis High

“Neil Simon – The man had an unbelievable knack for finding the humor in everyday situations. There was no one better at striking a balance between drama and levity in his works, which are as heartfelt as they are hilarious. Many of his works are...

It’s a way to stay connected.
“When your kids are little, you want to be involved (in the classroom), but it’s harder as the kids get older, because the teachers don’t have parents in the classroom anymore. The MSPTO is a great way to bring...

St. Joseph Parish in Medway will host its annual Christmas Marketplace and Bake Shoppe on Saturday, November 17th from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Applications for table space are now available. Table space costs $60, $50 if you provide your own table. Take...

J.D. O’Gara
Event to Benefit the Medway Christmas Parade

Seven years ago, Christine and Andy Parchesky had an idea to bring a large-scale yard sale into Medway. The couple had enjoyed traveling to out-of-state flea-market style events, and they thought residents of the town might enjoy participating...

Ken Hamwey, Staff Sports Writer

Coach Steve Bailen and the Millis High girls’ soccer team know they’ll get their opponents’ best effort every time they step onto a soccer field this season. They’ll be targeted, because that’s what usually happens after winning a state...

Christopher Tremblay, Staff Sports Writer

Not having any fun in some of the other sports he had previously tried, Millis’ Mitchell White was enticed by his friends to try running cross country as an eighth grader and eventually found his true calling.
“I had only previously jogged...

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