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MacTavish, Warriors upend rival Raiders

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Following a 2-2 tie back on December 29, the Medfield High and Dover-Sherborn Regional High School boys varsity hockey teams met for the second and final time in 2017-2018 on Wednesday night at Pirelli Veterans Arena in Franklin. The Warriors (10-2-2, 9-2-2) entered Wednesday’s rubber match with the...
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Medfield Library opens late for teens

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By Katrina Margolis Hometown Weekly Reporter After being in college for a few years, it is hard to imagine how anyone studied without the use of a 24-hour, or at least very late-night, library. This privilege is often not afforded to high school students, who have to conform their studying to library open hours, and...
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Warriors and Raiders ready to battle

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Following their eliminations from the 2016 MIAA South Sectional playoffs, the Dover-Sherborn and Medfield High football teams are slated to take to the gridiron one more time to face one another in their annual rivalry matchup on Thanksgiving at Dover-Sherborn High School on Thursday morning. The Raiders (4-5) are...
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Medfield students celebrate Chinese culture

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By Douglas McCulloch Hometown Weekly Staff The auditorium at Medfield High was filled with traditional Chinese culture as the school hosted its Chinese Cultural Show last Wednesday. Featuring recitations of traditional Chinese poetry, to dance, music and martial arts, students at Medfield High and area middle schools came together to celebrate all that is Chinese....
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Medfield High sophomore takes third at AmCup

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By Josh Perry Hometown Weekly Staff

Medfield High sophomore Julie Letai finished third last weekend at U.S. SpeedSkating’s Short Track AmCup in Verona, Wisconsin. Letai finished with a total of 968 points over four races (1,500, 500, 1,000, and 500), which was 12 points better than the fourth place competitor.

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Medfield High jazz band wins gold medal

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By Josh Perry Hometown Weekly Staff

The Medfield High honors jazz band competed in the Massachusetts Association for Jazz Education Southeast District Jazz Ensemble Festival at King Philip High on March 3 and qualified for the Div. II state finals at Coakley Middle School in Norwood.

At the finals...

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Medfield High seniors walk in Fashion Show

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By Josh Perry Hometown Weekly Staff

On Saturday, March 19, Medfield High seniors took to the red carpet to show off the latest prom fashions and help raise money for the school’s annual All-Night Graduation Party in June.

The annual Senior Prom Fashion Show featured prom dresses and...

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Project Moves returns to Medfield High

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Project Moves is coming back to Medfield with a free performance on Tuesday, April 12 at 7 p.m. at the Medfield High auditorium.  

Thanks to a funding grant from the Medfield Coalition for Public Education (MCPE), the dynamic dance troupe based at the Gold School in Brockton is bringing...

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Medfield students join in No Idling campaign

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Massachusetts State Law prohibits unnecessary idling of a vehicle for more than five minutes. The Medfield schools are becoming involved in bringing awareness to the law and the health issues caused by excessive idling. 

Last month Medfield High science teacher Michael Cowell added a unit to his Environmental Science curriculum...

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Art ‘N Bloom springs into life at Medfield Library

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By Josh Perry Hometown Weekly Staff

The Medfield Library was alive with the colors of the changing seasons last weekend as it played host to the annual Art ‘N Bloom, a collaboration between the Medfield Garden Club and art students from Medfield High.

Everywhere visitors to the library...

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Medfield girls hockey falls in quarterfinal

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By Josh Perry Hometown Weekly Staff

The Medfield High girls’ hockey team had not won a playoff game in program history until last year’s surprise run to the Div. 2 semifinal game. Having gotten the first tournament win under its belt Medfield now expected to be able to make another...

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‘Cinderella’ dazzles audiences at Medfield High

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By Camille Kerwin Hometown Weekly Intern

Three dazzling nights have come and gone, as the Medfield Theatre Society celebrated a weekend of sold-out shows and standing ovations.  

Medfield High’s production of “Cinderella” this past weekend reflected the enthusiasm and effort put into the show by all of the...

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LCB Senior Living Buys Clark Tavern in Medfield

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By Josh Perry Hometown Weekly Staff

Late last week, LCB Senior Living announced that it had reached an agreement to purchase the Clark Tavern property on Main St. The Norwood company said that it will not be merging the property with the already purchased land on which it has proposed...

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‘Most Likely to Succeed’ to be screened at Medfield High

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By Josh Perry Hometown Weekly Staff

On Tuesday, March 29, Medfield High will host a screening of the acclaimed documentary “Most Likely to Succeed,” which takes a look at the education system in this country and the ways that it is affecting youth. 

The screening will take place in...

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This Old Town: Irish Pioneers of Medfield

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By Richard DeSorgher Hometown Weekly Correspondent

They were the pioneers; the first of the Irish to enter into Medfield, break the prejudice and live the “American Dream.”

James Griffin, born in Ireland, came to Medfield in 1840 at the age of 20 with his brother Michael. He found employment in...

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Medfield Class of 2016 Fashion Show on Saturday

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By Josh Perry Hometown Weekly Staff

On Saturday, March 19 at 7 p.m., Medfield High will host the Class of 2016 Fashion Show. Watch Medfield High seniors show off some of the latest fashions and help support the annual All-Night Graduation Party.

Tickets for the Fashion Show are $22...

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Medfield boys hockey heading back to TD Garden

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By Josh Perry Hometown Weekly Staff

The Medfield High boys’ hockey team will make its second trip to the Div. 2 state championship game at the TD Garden in three years after the Warriors held off Scituate for a 2-1 win in the South sectional final on Sunday afternoon at...

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Medfield student wins DAR Good Citizen Award

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By Josh Perry Hometown Weekly Staff

The Col. William McIntosh Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR)  recently held a ceremony at the Needham Historical Society to present its annual Good Citizen Awards to five local high school students.

The chapter winner was Medfield High student...

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This Old Town: Medfield residents invited to Spring Fling

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By Richard DeSorgher Hometown Weekly Correspondent

Calling all Medfield residents and anyone else for that matter. Open to everyone!

On Saturday, April 9 at the American Legion on Peter Kristof Way, the Medfield High (MHS) Alumni Association will host its fifth annual Trivia Night, a fundraiser for the scholarships given...

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Medfield students shine at Science Fair

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By Josh Perry Hometown Weekly Staff

Forty Medfield students in grades 6-8 signed up for the first Blake Middle School Science Fair, which was held on Friday afternoon in the school’s library.

From displays about the sugar content in popular drinks to creating tornados to playing with foam,...

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