Full Speed into the Unknown

Joseph Greer
May 3, 2012  

My first year as a freshman here at Wakefield High School went by faster than I had anticipated it would during the summer. I always thought of it as being a long, boring transition from middle school when in fact it was the complete opposite. I think the reason it went by so quickly is because... Read More

The Dark Knight Rises

Joseph Greer
May 3, 2012  

“The Dark Knight Rises” will finally hit theaters on July 20, 2012. The highly anticipated third installation of the Batman franchise from director Christopher Nolan promises to be the most exciting and action packed of the tremendously successful trilogy. Nolan, director and co-writer... Read More


The Greenwood School

Joseph Greer
April 25, 2012  

The Greenwood Elementary is a public school here in Wakefield. It is a kindergarten-fourth grade school on Main Street. On the outside, the Greenwood may not look very appealing to the average parent looking for a school to send their children to. On the inside, however, the school is very... Read More


Newly Shaped A.L. East

Joseph Greer
April 10, 2012  

The beginning of the 2012 Major League Baseball season saw some teams carry on business as usual like it was still last year. Like the Tigers, who began the season with a three game sweep of the Red Sox. The Red Sox, a storied franchise since the early days of baseball, on the other hand started... Read More



Joseph Greer
March 30, 2012  

Most superheroes tales have the hero dressed up in costumes and being loved by the people of the city he or she protects. That is not the case in Hancock. Will Smith plays the title role, as Los Angeles superhero John Hancock. Hancock is an alcoholic, lazy, and basically unwanted superhero... Read More

Future Bright for WHS Basketball

Joseph Greer
March 29, 2012  

The Wakefield High School basketball recently went on a tremendous playoff run during their 2011-2012 seasons. Coincidently both the Wakefield Warrior basketball and hockey teams both made it their division final games. The hockey team, unlike basketball, had made all the way to the state championship... Read More


Tebow to Jets

Joseph Greer
March 22, 2012  

It’s “Tebow Time” in New York. The New York Jets pulled off a big time trade on the Wednesday afternoon of March 22, 2012 to snag the former Denver Broncos quarterback who took the sports world by surprise late last season. Tebow became expendable to John Elway and the Broncos when they... Read More


Heat (1995)

Joseph Greer
March 14, 2012  

Written, directed, and co-produced by Academy Award Nominee Michael Mann, Heat has been called one of the most true to life crime dramas ever made for film. The movie stars legendary actors Al Pacino and Robert De Niro of the, The Godfather: Part II fame. Heat, released in 1995, marks the first... Read More

Homegrown Coach

Joseph Greer
March 13, 2012  

25 year old Joe Leahy is currently a teacher at the Galvin Middle School. Students there may simply know him as just that, a teacher. Many middle school kids may not know that Joe is actually the Wakefield High frosh basketball coach, and is actively involved in local sports. Joe is no stranger... Read More

2012: Best Actress/Supporting Actress Oscar Winners

Joseph Greer
February 28, 2012  

On February 26, 2012 the 84th annual Academy Awards ceremony was held in Hollywood, California at the Kodak Theatre. While The Artist took home the best picture award, another film nominated for the top prize was The Help. The Help, was nominated for four Oscars in total, winning one for Best... Read More

The Ever Growing Debate Club

Joseph Greer
February 17, 2012  

Unless you are a member of the Wakefield High School Debate Club, you might be wondering what the Debate Club exactly is. The Debate Club was founded towards the end of the 2010 school year. For the majority of its time as a club, it has been advised by history teacher Mr. Rozzi. Mr. Rozzi’s... Read More

Recent Sports Scores

Tyler Strauss
February 17, 2012  

Wakefield boys basketball Fri., Feb. 10 Burlington W, 67-55 Tue., Feb. 14 at Wilmington W, 61-38   Wakefield girls basketball Tue., Feb. 14 at Wilmington W, 41-40   Wakefield boys hockey Wed., Feb. 8 Melrose W, 4-1 Sat., Feb. 11 Burlington T, 3-3 Mon.,... Read More

The Hot Stove

Joseph Greer
February 7, 2012  

Now that the World Series has come and gone, with the Cardinals taking home the crown and Rangers going home unhappy for the second year in a row, the free agent market is now officially open. This off-season should be one of the best in recent years, as there are some of the biggest names... Read More