The movement toward racial equity in Natick gathers momentum with a Race Amity Day celebration on the Natick Common, Sunday, June 10, beginning at noon. The occasion will commemorate the anniversary of the Loving v. Virginia case, a decision of the Supreme Court on June 12,... Read More
Kelly MacFarland, headliner of the TCAN’s annual Ladies of Laughter show April 13, entertained a Natick audience alongside comedians Jocelyn Chia...Read More
On Thursday, June 7, 5 to 8 p.m., the Natick Center Cultural District (NCCD) will host its first of eight weekly Natick Nights, throughout Natick...Read More
Natick SOUP, a new organization based on the successful Detroit SOUP, will offer an opportunity for a local creative project to receive a grant of...Read More
On Sunday, April 29th, Family Promise Metrowest is again partnering with Concerts From The Heart for a special Feels like Home concert featuring...Read More
Tanner Guarino and the Natick High girls lacrosse team have fulfilled two of their three goals for the 2018 season.
They’ve competed at peak levels in practice and games and they’ve qualified for the playoffs. Their last objective, to go deep into the tournament, is...
Natick High’s Isaac Tallino doesn’t shy away from setting lofty goals.
The 5-foot-7, 150-pound midfielder is optimistic the Redhawks’ lacrosse team can go deep into tournament play and compete for a sectional and state championship. And, although he’s only a sophomore,...
Alyssa Mabardy would be the first person to show excitement and emotion if Natick High’s softball team qualifies for the playoffs later this spring. The Redhawks’ new coach, however, has one specific goal and it’s as basic as can be — improve on a daily basis.