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Editor's Corner

It started out as an idea to raise money for the Medway300 Committee, to help pay for tercentennial events in the town. Andy Parchesky and his wife, Chris, impressed by large-scale yard sales they saw in New Hampshire and other places, thought that Medway residents could clean out their closets, band together and raise a few dollars for a cause. Three years ago, about 130 people signed up. For $10, their yard sale would be listed on a map for bargain hunters that would be sold for a $1 donation. The event raised over $2,000 that first year.

Latest Articles

Medway’s Marcinkiewicz Strives To Be An Impact Player In Football

Medway’s Brett Marcinkiewicz has the right mindset to be a Tri-Valley League all-star in football this fall.
Marcinkiewicz, who will be starting his second season at cornerback for coach Dave McSweeney’s Mustangs, also plays on special teams, and he’s a good bet to see action as a wide receiver. The 5-foot-8, 165-pound senior may not be the biggest or fastest player on Medway’s roster, but his approach to the game is what makes him a breed apart.

Scouts Make Use of Hidden Gem in Millis

Pleasant Meadows Conservation Land Gets a Spruce Up and a Garden
Millis has a wealth of beautiful, tucked away places to explore nature and see wildlife. One such place, Pleasant Meadows, Millis conservation land located up on Pleasant Street, abutting Tangerini’s Spring Street Farm, has been bustling with activity, because one faction of town – some local Scouts have discovered this resource.

Testimonials

Since May of 2005 when I started my own business I have advertised in nearly every local print media. The Medway - Millis paper has resulted in more contacts and sales than anything I have tried before. I am now advertising in the new Franklin paper as well and have stopped all other print
advertising. Thank you Local Town Pages for results and excellent customer service.

John C. Schroeder
Village Cabinet Design, LLC