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Editor's Corner

“Coming home is like a blessing.” That’s what Eli Deandrade, who resides at the affordable housing complex on the bottom of Daniels Street, said on June 19th, when the Millis Housing Authority gathered at the low income housing at the bottom of Daniels Street to say a big thank you to the town of Millis for the recent CPC grant preserving the structures of the family units there. The town approved Community Preservation Commission funds of $117, 000 to fund new windows and new siding on both buildings, work that has now been completed.

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Keystone Barbershop Changes Ownership

George Mangano Retires after 45 Years as a Medway Barber

After 45 years as a barber in Medway, with 30 of them at 89 Main Street, George Mangano has retired his scissors and handed off Keystone Barber shop to a new owner and fellow master barber, Kim Thibeault. Mangano penned the following letter to his patrons:
I wish to announce my Retirement, after 45 years of barber service in the Great Town of Medway. I want to thank all my customers from the old days to the present for their loyalty and friendship.
Kim Thibeault is the new owner and operator.
I’m sure you will like her.

Organization Finds a Way to Thank New England Veterans

By J.D. O’Gara
Franklin resident Albert Goodrow was a pharmacist mate in the Navy during World War II. He’s also a veteran of the Korean War, and this year, accompanied by his son, Fr. David Goodrow, of Millis, he got the chance to fly to Washington, D.C. to see “his” memorials. Thanks to Honor Flight New England, Goodrow is one of the nearly 1,100 WWII veterans, the oldest being 101 years old, who have been flown free of charge to the nation’s capitol.


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