Millis Medway


Medway High to Hold Civics Day March 16th

This month, on March 16th, Medway High School students will have a chance to learn about civics, thanks to Aubree Rojee, social studies teacher...

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Honor Your Veteran with Brick for Walkway

Many of us want to deeply honor our veterans who gave the ultimate sacrifice for our country, but why not give a nod of recognition to all of...

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We Did It for You Shines Light on How Far Women Have Come

March marks Women’s History Month, but one group of women is trying to bring the history of women’s struggle for equal rights into everyday...

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Franklin Center Helps Metrowest Adults Adapt to Vision Loss

“It’s hard to adapt to losing one’s senses. Those are major components. It’s ‘what do I do now?’” says Kathy Kubit, of Norfolk who lost her vision...

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Grid Success at Millis Makes Nichols Coach Happy

Nichols College football coach Dale Olmsted, who played a key role in elevating Millis High’s grid program, was ecstatic when the Mohawks won their second straight Super Bowl crown last December.
After all, his two sons (Alex and Hayden) played against Hoosac Valley and...

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Allie Smith, a Key Component in Medway –Ashland Girls’ Hockey

Initially, it was her father and older brother Ryan who had gotten Millis’ Allie Smith interested in ice hockey. After attending family games, she soon decided that it was time for her to pick up a stick, lace up the skates and take to the ice. Smith began playing hockey at...

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Hourigan a Valuable Asset for Millis Girls’ Hoop Team

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...

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