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Norwood Piloting Lion Cub Program

Before this month, the 'Tigers' were the youngest scouts engaged in the Boy Scouts of America. The Tigers were available for boys entering the...

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Wrentham Day Turns Thirty Five

The town is invited to celebrate all things Wrentham at the 35th annual Wrentham Day, set for Saturday, September 3 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The...

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The MassPike Becomes Cheesy Street

Massachusetts travelers are in for a treat. At two I-90 rest areas, Eastbound in Natick and Westbound in Westborough, standing out from all the...

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Finding Gluten-Free Treats at the Natick Farmer’s Market

Everyone loves a good dessert, but some find themselves limited in the types of sweets they can eat. At EvaRuth’s Bakery, a new vendor at the...

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Sports

NHS Fall Sports Hoping for More Wins in 2016

When Norwood Athletic Director Jon Longley returns to work this fall, he’s probably going to hope that his coaches have figured out a way to improve upon last season’s win total. The Mustangs boasted nine teams last fall for a combined 33 wins, 91 losses and 6 ties. The field...

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KP’s Schairer Ready to Begin Final Year as A.D.

The 2016-17 school year likely will be a bit nostalgic and emotional for Steve Schairer.
King Philip Regional’s athletic director will begin his 10th year in that role but it also will be his last before he retires. The 61-year-old Schairer, who missed four months after...

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NHS Field Hockey Captains Optimistic About Tourney Berth

Natick High’s field hockey team missed qualifying for tournament play last year by one game, finishing with a 6-8-4 record in Ann Burnes’ first campaign as head coach.
he Redhawks’ three senior captains — midfielders Abby Verdelli and Kayleigh May and defensive back...

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