In a unanimous vote on January 9, 2017, by the Millis Board of Selectman, including James Neville, James McCaffrey and Catherine MacInnes, Michael J. Guzinski was chosen to be the second Millis Town Administrator. Guzinski, a resident of Blackstone, has spent the past 13... Read More
Don’t know your local police officers? The new Millis Police Chief, Chris Soffayer, is looking to change that. Soffayer, who was promoted to the...Read More
There is snow, and quiet, and... something magical happening! Far up in Aroostock County, the mythical town of Almost, Maine is being bathed by...Read More
Jodie S. Garzón, chair of the Millis Cultural Council, has announced the award of eight grants totaling $4,620, for cultural programs in Millis in...Read More
For the girls on the Medway/Ashland ice hockey team, it seems like their friend, Maddie Lamson, never left them.
Lamson was killed in a tragic car accident in Franklin on Oct. 30, 2015, just a month before she would have led the hockey team as a senior co-captain. The...
When she first began to ski, it was done so as an activity that allowed her to be free from her family. It was a hobby that allowed her to do her own thing. Now, over a decade later, the Millis senior is putting her skiing skills to the test for Mohawks ski team as its...Read More
Dana Olson of Millis High School is Patriots’ Nominee for Don Shula NFL High School Coach of the Year Award
For his character, integrity and leadership as well as his commitment to the community, player health and safety, and on-field success, Millis High School’s Dana Olson was selected as the New England Patriots nominee for the Don Shula NFL High School Coach of the Year Award,...Read More