Medway Pride Day will take place this year on Saturday, May 19, 2018 from 10 a.m. to 4: p.m. at the Medway Middle School (45 Holliston Street). In the event of severe weather, Medway Pride Day will be cancelled. Planning for this year’s event, attended by over 2,000 people... Read More
If you receive a call looking for a donation to the Millis Amvets Post 495 – it’s a scam.
“I am the current commander of Millis Amvets Post...
In 1944, a group of 18 veterans from nine veterans’ clubs formed The American Veterans of World War II. On July 23, 1947, President Harry S....Read More
As Massachusetts moves toward opening retail outlets for marijuana for adult recreational use, many towns, such as Holliston, Medway and...Read More
“It’s great. I feel so welcomed,” says new Millis Public Library Director Kim Tolson. Most recently branch librarian at the Concord Free Public...Read More
Growing up in Medway, John O’Sullivan enjoyed playing soccer, and when high school rolled around, he opted for greater opportunity and attended Tri County Regional Vocational High School. It was here in Franklin that he first was introduced to track.
“I had never run or...
As a three-sport athlete at Millis High School, Tim Smith found himself suiting up for basketball, baseball and football for the Mohawks. He began shooting baskets at a very young age and began playing the sport year-round, however, as he got older, he let go of basketball to...Read More
Girls tennis at Millis High hasn’t enjoyed a plethora of success like the football team or the girls soccer and basketball squads, but trends often change. And, if the Mohawks hope to improve on last year’s 4-15 record, then Kaitlyn Stallings no doubt will be counted on to...Read More