Millis has had some great success, of late, with its football program. But, the small town, big family charm doesn’t always serve well when it comes to enough players to safely run a varsity football team. Next year, on its own after a coop with Hopedale was forced to end,... Read More
Going to the movies can be great fun – but not for everybody. For some people and kids, the sounds and images – even just the sitting still and...Read More
Lelia Tenreyro-Viana believes there’s a power to music.
Director of the Charles River Children’s Chorale, a Metrowest Community Program for...
The biggest issue in 2017 in Millis, and certainly the one most discussed by residents, was the new school, but there were many other newsworthy...Read More
Meaghan Hourigan’s tournament experience and success could play a role in helping the Millis girls’ basketball team to more playoff success.
The 5-foot-7 co-captain has been on three basketball squads that won sectional titles. In state tournaments, the shooting guard...
As she found herself wandering through the middle school between classes, seventh grader Bethany Steiner heard an announcement come over the loudspeakers that would change her life forever. That announcement was information about the upcoming winter track season. Steiner went...Read More
A new year often comes with some change and that’s what schools in the Tri Valley League will experience when their sports schedules will include a new member.
The athletic directors and the principals of the 11 schools in the TVL voted unanimously to accept Norwood as...