KEN HAMWEY, Staff Sports Writer

Natick High’s new boys basketball coach is no stranger to the Bay State Conference.
Michael Masto, who coached Walpole High’s varsity squad for the last two years, will replace Sam Doner, who has moved on to direct St. Sebastian’s team....

KEN HAMWEY, Staff Sports Writer

It doesn’t take rocket science to understand why Brooklyn Lamb is such a dynamic field-hockey player.
Natick High’s senior midfielder is a four-year veteran who’s played at the club level for five seasons. She’s been a Bay State Conference...

This past weekend marked the 21st annual Natick Days event. Despite the initial weather concerns, the sun was out and everyone had a tremendous time! Natick Days is always a highlight of the summer calendar in Natick and in addition to a good...

Gary Hylander Talk- Darrow for the Defense: The Scopes Trial
Thursday, October 10, 1:30 pm, free at Natick Community-
Senior Center,
117 East Central St
In 1925, John Scopes, a high school biology teacher in Dayton,...

Sean Sullivan

Natick Artist Open Studios is coming soon to a neighbor near you.
Now in its 19th year, this annual staple of Natick creative culture is a semi-self-guided tour of the town’s artistic talent. The event will take place Saturday, October 19th...

Sean Sullivan

Last month, Angie Menzi took a leap of faith.
On the eve of Autumn, just as leaves were beginning to blush, the Natick mother of two tried her turn at the big brother of Spartan Races. This was no mean feat. The event is a long-distance...

Jacqui Morton

2033 deep purple flags stood on the lawn of the First Congregational Church in Natick center until next spot in mid-September, each flag representing a person who died from an opiod overdose in Massachusetts in 2018. The corner of the lawn...

KEN HAMWEY Staff Sports Writer

One of Natick High’s best-kept secrets during the 2018-19 school year was just how capable and dynamic Kenny Phillips would be as a starting pitcher and how dominant Will Haskell would be as a hitter.
The tandem not only compiled some...

Sunday, August 4, 2019, Next Renewable Natick Meeting

Home of Janis Luedke, 20 Garden Road, Natick. 4:00 pm. Renewable Natick is a citizen-led grassroots effort to increase our use of renewable energy sources and improve energy efficiency, which will lower our community’s greenhouse gas emissions...

Amy Mevorach

“What I keep hearing is the border is everywhere,” said Marjorie Roberson, member of the First Church Natick. Since January, a family of four who fled Honduras has been supported in Framingham by local religious organizations and individuals....

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