Incarcerated People Organize to Abolish Slavery

When Adrian Coleman and Martin Henson, representatives of Deeper Than Water, engaged Natick’s Racial Justice Dialogue in early August on the topic...

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Natick Robotics Team Takes MA to International Semi-Finals

On August 10th, middle school students from the Natick Novas robotics team watched their computer program control a satellite on the International...

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Natick Community Services Recreation and Parks Department News

Mondays - Thursdays
(unless otherwise specified)
2:30 pm - 6:00 pm
Cole Center, 179 Boden Lane
The Teen...

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Natick Artists Open Studios

Natick Artists Open Studios, the annual town-wide exhibition of Natick artists’ work, will be held on October 20 and 21 this year, from 11 AM to 5...

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Resilient Mela Hopes To Provide Spark For Natick Boys Soccer Team

Overcoming adversity is a valuable life lesson that can be learned in athletics.
Natick High’s Matthew Mela not only has experienced adversity, but he’s also battled it head-on and demonstrated lots of class in overcoming it.
The 5-foot-11, 130-pound sophomore,...

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Natick’s Girls Volleyball Squad Dealing With Major Challenges

The Natick High girls volleyball team, which finished 11-5 last year and qualified for tourney play, will be facing a variety of challenges this season.
Losing six seniors to graduation has put the Redhawks in a bit of a rebuilding mode but they’ve got other concerns,...

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Clark’s Commitment Big Plus For Natick’s Field Hockey Team

Maddie Clark is back for her senior year in goal for Natick High’s field hockey team and it’s very likely her fourth season as a starter will be spiced with excellence, effort and energy.
The 5-foot-9 goaltender has been a prime reason why coach Ann Burnes’ squad has...

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