Ken Hamwey, Staff Sports Writer

Steve Melia is gearing up for his third varsity season as a starter on Millis High’s football team, and the senior co-captain wouldn’t mind experiencing a repeat of the last two seasons that produced a pair of Super Bowl championships.
The...

J.D. O’Gara
As Project Alex Foundation Ends, Annual Race to Be Continued by MSPTO

It’s been 10 years since the Alex Handy 5K began in Medway as a fundraiser for Project Alex, a foundation created by Alex Handy’s parents to promote safety within the town. Alex Handy was just 12 years old in 2006 when he passed away after having...

J.D. O’Gara
Medway Clock at Choate Park Will Honor Memory of Beloved Woman

She lived right across the street from Choate Park. And now, her memory will stand through time right by the brook that flows across from her childhood home, where she grew up in a family of six children.
When it opens later this fall,...

Are you an experienced singer looking for a fun and rewarding ensemble to join? Exsultet! and its youth choir, Jubilate! are looking to add voices to an ensemble of highly trained, accomplished musicians.  This 16-singer women’s ensemble sings a...

By Christopher Tremblay, Staff Sports Writer

Prior to last fall, the Millis girls’ soccer team had qualified for the Division 4 South Tournament three out of the four years. Unfortunately during that time frame, the Mohawks were knocked out twice in the Quarter Finals and once in the Semi...

Ken Hamwey, Staff Sports Writer

Brian Kraby is the new varsity football coach at Millis High.
The 41-year-old Kraby, who has a long and rich tradition at Millis, played football and baseball for the Mohawks, was a member of the 1994 Super Bowl championship squad, coached...

Dave Pasquantonio

A bill making its way through the state legislature proposes adding a five-cent deposit fee to miniature liquor bottles in an effort to curb roadside litter.
The bill, if passed, would add miniatures—bottles holding 100 milliliters or less...

J.D. O’Gara

She wanted to give people hope.
Davina McNaney, a Medway resident for three years, wanted to show people that a diagnosis of breast cancer doesn’t always mean the end.
“It doesn’t have to be something that taints your life. You can...

J.D. O’Gara

A woman with gray hair and kind eyes who has lived here 45 years; three generations of men from a family that serves; a long-distance runner and survivor, a couple married 60 years; a couple about to get married; town officials, police,...

KEN HAMWEY, Staff Sports Writer

Winning one state championship would be considered dynamic for a high school’s athletic program, but capturing two state crowns in one season to kick off the year is about as good as it gets.
At Millis High, athletic achievement for the...

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