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Feels Like Home Concert on April 29th to Benefit Family Promise Metrowest

On Sunday, April 29th, Family Promise Metrowest is again partnering with Concerts From The Heart for a special Feels like Home concert featuring...

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Movement Initiates Shift to Renewable Energy

A small group of thoughtful, committed citizens has begun to seriously consider the question, what can we do about fossil fuels? A grassroots...

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Women Tell their Truth about Race

On February 25, a crowd gathered in the Natick High School Auditorium to witness a conversation between Shay Stewart-Bouley and Debby Irving. What...

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Natick Greens Up for Earth Day

When a summer day arrives in February between a snowfall and a hail storm, we pay attention to the Earth. Climate changing on a wavelength short...

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Sports

Collins Sets Lofty Goals For Natick’s Lacrosse Squad

Allison Collins finished her junior season as an All-American goalie for Natick High’s lacrosse team but now she’s focusing on winning a state championship to wrap up her four-year career.
The 5-foot-3 native of Natick has some lofty goals as the Redhawks get ready to...

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Natick Nine Setting Its Sights On Playoff Berth

Natick High’s baseball team will be opening its season in less than a week and coach Jason Hoye is still mixing and matching to come up with a product that will be competitive every game and also elevate the Redhawks into the playoffs.
Last year’s squad missed...

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Greendale’s Patience Big Part of His Mat Success at Natick

A popular adage claims that patience is a virtue and Joe Greendale is an excellent example of how meaningful that philosophy has been in his young life.
The 17-year-old senior, who’s wrestled since he was a sixth-grader, had to wait for his opportunity to start on...

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