The Town of Medway is located in Norfolk County, Massachusetts and was incorporated in 1713. Medway originally was part of the town of Medfield. Medway is bordered on the south by the Charles River and the town of Franklin, on the east by the town of Millis, the town of Holliston to the North and Milford and Bellingham to the West.
In 2013, Medway held events to celebrate it's 300th birthday.
The town of Medway is located
( 37.1 km )
--- heading 230o (southwest) from Boston.
At the time of the 2000 census, the town of Medway had a population of 12,448 living in 4,182 households. The median age was 36 yrs.
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