“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 rightfully seen as classics... Read More
Quality Cleaners, located at 969 Main Street in the heart of Millis, has been a mainstay in town for decades. Quay Vuong bought the business in...Read More
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...Read More
Cancer: Thriving and Surviving: free six-week workshop for Cancer survivors, their family members, friends and caregivers are ideal participants....Read More
The Millis Cultural Council welcomes applications for grants in keeping with our local funding priorities, which include:
• Proposals that...
When Glen Ellen Country Club closed, the Millis golf team lost their coach, who was also the golf pro at the country club, and Athletic Director Chuck Grant was forced to scramble to find a Coach for the upcoming season as well as a new golf course to call home.
Eric Copeland’s Medway roots run deep.
A native of Medway, he played basketball and soccer at Medway High, graduated in 1992, then returned to coach freshman and jayvee basketball for the Mustangs after earning his degree in criminal justice at Western New England...
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 championship.
Last year, the...