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Like Canman’s painting? Good.
Don’t like Canman’s painting? Just as good.
A tattoo artist by profession and painter at heart, Mike Cannistraro, or “Canman,” as he’s known within the tattooing industry, is the owner of Visions Tattoo, Piercing and Art Gallery in Medway, and he likes his work to make an impression.

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Medway High School to Perform Little Shop of Horrors

The Medway High School will present performances of Little Shop of Horrors on Thursday, March 13, Friday, March 14 and Saturday, March 15 at 7:30 p.m., with reserved seating sold at $12 a ticket. This popular musical production was written by Howard Ashman with music by Alan Menken, and based on the 1960’s film by Roger Corman and screenplay by Charles Griffith. The performances will be held in the Dr. Arthur L. Bettencourt Auditorium at Medway High School, 88 Summer St. in Medway.

Local Organization Aims to Help Homeless Families

Nationally, 40% of the homeless population is comprised of families. Mass. Coalition for the Homeless puts the number of Massachusetts homeless families at 3,000, and in the Metrowest alone, shelters are full, with 200 of these families being housed in motels-turned-emergency shelters in Natick and Framingham. Programs exist, such as Section 8, but all of those are backlogged, with waitlists.
What’s a family to do in the meantime, especially if they don’t have relatives or friends who can take them in?
Family Promise Metrowest is the answer for some.

Local 8th Graders Help Make a Difference with Project 351

Two local eighth graders, Katherine Govoni, of Millis, and Emily Cuff, of Medway, went to Boston as ambassadors for Governor Deval Patrick’s Project 351 on January 18th. An eighth grader from each of Massachusetts’ 351 cities and town was chosen for their embodiment of kindness, compassion, humility and generosity of spirit to help celebrate the ethic of service, youth leadership and the power of community to uplift in the Commonwealth.


The Medway Millis Local Town Pages Newspaper has been there for me, right from the very start. When I decided to open my store in Medway, I wanted to spread the word and I wanted to do it right. Medway Millis Newspaper helped me to do that, and I got great results. They ran a profile story on me and my business and hundreds of people came in to tell me just where they had read about it. When it was time to come up with new ideas for promotions, they were there. They are truly part of "my team" and have had played a major role in making these first few months a great success for me.