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Route 109 Transportation Improvement Project Update

The Route 109 Transportation Improvement Project is a Massachusetts Department of Transportation (DOT) project. The project will focus on improvements to the commercial corridor along Main Street in Medway from Holliston Street to Franklin and Milford Streets. The project includes reconstruction, resurfacing, sidewalks, signage, street lighting and other aesthetic upgrades. DOT manages the contractor and all aspects of the project.

Dolce Dolce Bakery Italian Traditional Goods: Bringing the Sweet Life to Medway

La famiglia. In Italy, particularly in Sicily, family is at the heart of life, and that includes the small business, where what you do for a living is your profession, not just a job. Crocetta Angelo and her husband Frank, both from Sicily, and their sons Giuseppe, 14, Salvo, 5 and Alessio, 4, will soon extend their own family to include the town of Medway when she opens Dolce Dolce Bakery, Italian Traditional Goods in the location of the former Gaetano’s Bakery at 74 Main Street.

Millis Town Election May 2

Contested Race for Board of Selectmen, Question on Road Repair Override

Polls will open at 7 a.m. and close at 8 p.m. at Millis Town Hall on May 2, for the Millis Annual Election. This year, the election will feature a ballot question on whether the town of Millis should assess a permanent $300,000 general override for the purpose of road repair beginning FY July 1,2016.

A Community in Transition:

Millis Police Chief and Town Administrator Both Stepping Down

Two departures have left Millis residents feeling uncertain about the future. Police Chief Keith F. Edison announced his retirement this coming August. And Charles Aspinwall has stepped down from his position as Town Administrator in order to take a position as Town Administrator of Canton, MA.

A Semi-Formal All Their Own

Students with Special Needs Get Their Own Prom, Thanks to Senior Project

What senior doesn’t get excited about his or her prom coming up at the end of the year? When entering her senior year, Hailey Clark, a senior at Millis High School, realized that not every student has the chance to enjoy such an event. For two years, she’s worked as a teammate to her fellow students in four-year-old The Learning Center program, a class designed for students with special needs led by teacher Allie Sears. Clark is one of 10 juniors and seniors who serve as mentors and friends to the students in the class.