The message on the sign is simple yet powerful: #2069. That’s the number of Massachusetts deaths in 2016 attributed to opioid addiction.
Wrentham’s Trinity Episcopal Church is behind the signs, which are popping up in communities all over the state, including Medway,... Read More
Adults often harken back to carefree days of their youth, but recent studies by the Metrowest Health Foundation, specifically their Adolescent...Read More
M.E.R.I.T. Annual Haunted Hayride, 4:30-10 p.m.,Tangerini’s Farm, 139 Spring St., Millis
The Millis Educational Resource...
Medway has a new parent organization, Medway T.H.R.I.V.E., and it’s aimed at providing wellness-related programming and resources to families. The...Read More
Based on the talent that’s returned and last year’s 11-5-4 overall record, the Millis girls soccer team very likely can achieve the goals that coach Steve Bailen has listed for the 2017 season.
The 53-year-old Bailen, who’s in his third year as the Mohawks’ coach, lost...
Millis High School finds themselves in a unique situation when it comes to athletics. Being a school with such a small enrollment, Mohawk Coaches are allowed to use middle school athletes to complete their rosters. Although having a team of young athletes isn’t always helpful...Read More
Millis and Ashland will be facing off against one another in boys and girls soccer on Monday, Sept. 18, at a very prestigious venue — Gillette Stadium.
The varsity teams from both towns will be making their first appearances on the New England Revolution’s home turf,...