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Editor's Corner

Norwood’s 2015 Town Election will be held on Monday, April 6. Many of the positions are running unopposed, but there are a few contested races. William J. Plasko is running to hold his seat against former Selectman Denis M. Drummey; Michal F. Bergeron is running against Patrick Joseph McDonough for a three-year seat on the School Committee; and Paul J Donohue is looking to remain on the Town Planning Board against Kevin J. Pentowski.

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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.

Dancing Returns to Norwood!

In Norwood, if it’s Spring, dancing is in the air! On April 17, six town residents will take to the ballroom in the 7th Annual Dancing with the Norwood Stars fundraiser. This year’s contestants are Norwood Fire Chief Anthony Greeley, State Representative John Rogers, Gus Eldaya owner of Gus and Donna’s Barbershop, local real estate agent Julie Gross, Cleveland Elementary School teacher Maura Belanger and co owner of Norwood Wine and Liquors, Diane Fruci.

Textile Recycling Program Generates More than $1,700 for Norwood Schools

Norwood in Top Ten in State Textile Recycling Program

Since the fall, Norwood’s efforts to help reduce the hundreds of millions of textiles that end up in landfills and incinerators across that state is proving to be a success.
Norwood Public Schools have been extremely successful with the program out of the gate. Each school in Norwood contains a container where residents can drop off their unwanted and no longer needed textiles. Containers are located in the parking lot of each school in town, as well as at the Savage Center and the town’s Winter Street Composting Facility on Winter Street.


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.