After four years of planning, communicating, decision making, construction, and program design, Clyde F. Brown Elementary opened its doors to students for the first time on Tuesday, September 4. This was a day of celebration but also a day to reflect upon the gratitude felt... Read More
St. Michael’s Episcopal Church, which has welcomed a number of congregants from the former St. Paul’s Church of Millis (as well as stained glass...Read More
Medway Community Farm is approaching its 10-year mark, and with that milestone, as things age, “we are in dire need for some capital improvement...Read More
Please join Medway High Girls' Volleyball Teams for their annual Dink Pink® Rally event at MHS when we play Norwood on Thursday, October 3rd....Read More
St. Michael’s Episcopal Church is celebrating our 60th anniversary on Sunday, September 29th, 2019, the Feast of St. Michael’s and All Angels....Read More
Growing up Millis’ Mia Ferzoco had been involved in gymnastics since the early age of three, but by the seventh grade, she would find a new sport, and gymnastics would soon become a thing of the past. Thanks to her friend, Hailey Chilsolm, Ferzoco would be introduced to...Read More
Pictures sometimes accompany words in a dictionary to emphasize definitions. When it comes to defining versatility, it wouldn’t be surprising to see Bryan Kane’s photo next to the word.
The 6-foot-1, 170-pound Kane plays football for Millis High and the junior captain...
Millis’s Cheyenne Whelan has been playing softball as long as she can remember. In fact, she originally began with whiffle ball before eventually joining the Millis Youth Softball Program. Softball was a big part of her life and was something that she wanted to do as much as...Read More