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Natick High’s Athletic Success for 2016-17 Was Dynamic

Post-season tournaments and playoffs just seem to be a way of life for Natick High’s athletic teams.
Two years ago, the school had 25 of its...

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Family Promise Metrowest Awarded $100,000 Grant from Cummings Foundation, Inc.

Family Promise Metrowest (FPM) is one of 100 local nonprofits to receive grants of $100,000 each through Cummings Foundation’s $100K for 100...

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Milestone Church on the Move

As their first year as a congregation comes to a close, Milestone Church has grown from a handful of believers to a team of staff and around 70...

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THANK YOU!    THANK YOU!   THANK YOU!

Thank you to EVERYONE for your warm and enthusiastic response to our 4th of July Parade!  It was a great event thanks to all the runners, antique...

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Sports

Mells Battles Obstacles, Aims for Success on Gridiron at Natick

Amir Mells is persevering, persistent, and pro-active, and it’s those attributes that likely will play a major role in his desire to achieve success in football and everyday life.
The Natick High senior is dynamic in his approach to whatever the task at hand may be. A...

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Redhawks Bow In State Semifinals Natick Volleyball Squad Wins Sectitonal Tourney

The Natick High boys volleyball team didn’t win a state title but they defied the odds and the skeptics by capturing the Division 1 Central Tournament championship.
The Redhawks’ four triumphs in the Sectional playoffs enabled them to advance to the State tourney last...

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Natick Girls’ Lacrosse Team Qualifies for Playoffs

The Natick High girls’ lacrosse team had three goals at the start of the season: improve daily, qualify for tournament play and advance as far as possible in the playoffs. So far, the Redhawks have achieved two of those objectives.
At Natick Local Town Pages deadline,...

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