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, Choate Park will feature a... Read More
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...
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....Read More
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...Read More
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...
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 here and there, but nothing...
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 5-foot-8, 170-pound fullback-...