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Editor's Corner

Memorial Day activities will take place in Medway on May 26, with the parade forming at 9:30 a.m. and marching, starting promptly at 10 a.m., from the V.F.W. on Holliston Street to Col. Michael Matondi Square.
The Parade Marshall this ear is Col. Michael Matondi, U.S. Army (ret), the honorary Parade Marshall this year is Vietnam veteran Lt. Col. Harry Johnson, U.S. Army (ret), and the officer of the day is Vietnam veteran and Purple Heart recipient Robert Saleski.

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Rebecca Black wouldn’t have found out about her breast cancer had it not been for a dear friend, Janet Leontie.
When Janet called, back in 2007, to tell her she’d just been diagnosed with breast cancer, says Black, “it reminded me, hey, I was supposed to go get my mammogram back in September. So I got my mammogram and they found something and said we want to do a biopsy. I had invasive lobular cancer.”

Medway to Unroll New Recycling Program June 30

Starting on June 23, Medway households will be receiving 96-gallon carts for recycling from Waste Management and the Town of Medway. The new cart project was funded in part by a grant from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP). The new blue carts are for recycling only, which will begin on June 30, 2014, alongside curbside solid waste in the Town’s PAYT yellow Medway trash bags every other week.
The following items may be placed in the recycling carts:


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