The Millis girls’ soccer team opened the season with a tie and a loss and suddenly found themselves in a hole at 0-1-1, but instead of feeling sorry for themselves, the Mohawks buckled down and went on a roll that saw the team finish 12-2-2 during the regular season, earn a... Read More
The Holistic Moms Network Metrowest chapter met on November 1 to prepare for a healthy winter. I led the discussion on herbal recipes to support...Read More
The Town Meeting on October 27 passed a proposal to restrict the use of polystyrene products in all local food establishments. Pat Conaway,...Read More
Affecting and affected by the community of Natick, opioid addiction, though a symptom of a large-scale problem, often confers shame and blame on...Read More
It’s official. A new elementary school will indeed be built in Millis. And it will officially begin on December 8th, with a groundbreaking...Read More
The Natick High girls’ soccer team didn’t win a Sectional or State championship, but the squad is still in a class by itself.
Coach James Blackwell’s Redhawks finished their regular season undefeated at 16-0 and captured their third straight Herget Division championship...
Alyssa Mabardy is Natick High’s new softball coach, but she’s not new to the school or the softball program.
The 28-year-old Mabardy, a 2007 graduate of Natick High, was a three-sport athlete, competing in field hockey, ice hockey and softball. A Bay State Conference...
Last year the Hopedale-Millis hockey team earned their first tournament appearance in their five-year existence of the program. After going 10-9-1, Hopedale-Millis earned a six seed in the Division 3A Central Tournament, but unfortunately lost to Grafton, the eventual...Read More