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Cacciagrani Hurled Millis Nine Into Tourney Play

When the Millis High baseball team opens tourney play this month, the players, especially senior pitcher Jared Cacciagrani, likely will recall how they punched their ticket into the playoffs.
Although the Mohawks’ record was sub-.500 at 2-12 after 14 games, they still managed to secure a tourney berth by finishing with at least a .500 record against Division 4 teams. Their below-.500 record overall isn’t a major negative, because Millis, the smallest school in the Tri Valley League, faces conference opponents that are in Division 3 and larger in total enrollment.

A Changing of the Guard at the Medway VFW

He was chosen as the Grand Marshall of the Medway Memorial Day Parade this year, born in Medway in 1925 and a veteran of the U.S Army during World War II. He and his wife, Ruth, raised seven children in this town, and they now have eleven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. And since 1946, Larry Landry has volunteered, at some point or another, for every position there was at the Medway V.F.W.—but none so long as he held the position of Quartermaster, or Chief Financial Officer.

Millis Lions Club Aim to STOP ADDICTION NOW

On May 20, Chris Herren Will Speak on Heroin Abuse

The Millis Lions Club wants to save individuals from addiction, and this month, they’re presenting a program at Millis High School/Middle School to help prevent your family from becoming part of the statistics. On May 20 at 7 p.m. at Millis High School, the Millis Lions invite parents, teachers, and young adults alike to come and listen to Chris Herren, of the Herren Project (theherrenproject.org), as the former NBA player, now clean and author of Basketball Junkie, talks about his fall from grace and his personal struggles and triumphs over heroin addiction.

Memorial Day Medway

Memorial Day activities will take place in Medway on May 25, 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 honorary Parade Marshall this year is Lawrence Landry, past commander of Medway VFW and present Quartermaster. He has been participating in the parade since 1947.

Spectra Natural Gas Pipeline Still a Proposal

Atlantic Bridge Project Would Affect Medway, Norfolk, Franklin, Bellingham and Walpole

The word on the proposed natural gas pipeline dubbed the Atlantic Bridge Project, a proposed expansion of the Algonquin Gas Transmission (Algonquin) and Maritimes & Northeast Pipeline (Maritimes) systems by Spectra Energy, is that the project has been downsized, but residents who live along Spectra’s current right of way, who have natural gas pipelines abutting their property, may want to take the initiative to follow the progress of this proposal, right now in the preliminary filing stages with FERC (Federal Environmental Regulatory Commission), filed under FERC docket PF15-12.

Millis Madness 3v3 Basketball a Big Success

The Millis High School gym was filled with good-natured intensity at the first annual “Millis Madness 3v3 Basketball Tournament held on Saturday March 28th. Boys and girls grades three to twelve along with alumni and adults—over 50 teams in all-- competed for championship prizes and spirit awards.
Each three player team proudly wore its own specially designed tee shirt bearing a unique name and color pattern.

Our Town Publishing Home of Local Town Pages Expands To New Location

Will Focus on Being Small Business Specialists

Our Town Publishing is excited to announce its new location in Gould’s Plaza at 74 Main Street in Medway. The new site will enable Our Town Publishing to open its commercial printing to the public. “It has been a long time since I had a retail location,” said owner Charles Tashjian.