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Renewable Natick Meeting

Home of Janis Luedke, 20 Garden Road, Natick. 4:00 pm. Renewable Natick is a citizen-led grassroots effort to increase our use of renewable...

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Immigrants Find Asylum in Framingham

“What I keep hearing is the border is everywhere,” said Marjorie Roberson, member of the First Church Natick. Since January, a family of four who...

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Natick Joins Lights for Liberty Protest

Lights for Liberty began with a series of tweets describing the conditions of detention camps at the U.S.-Mexico border. With support from...

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School Committee Joined By New Member Shai Fuxman

When a vacancy on the Natick School Committee occurs during a member’s term, the remaining members of the Committee along with the town’s Board of...

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Sports

Phillips, Haskell Key Assets For Redhawks’ Baseball Future

One of Natick High’s best-kept secrets during the 2018-19 school year was just how capable and dynamic Kenny Phillips would be as a starting pitcher and how dominant Will Haskell would be as a hitter.
The tandem not only compiled some amazing statistics, but they also...

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NHS Girls Track Team Enjoyed Record-setting Season

The girls outdoor track team at Natick High had a spring season that was unique.
The squad, led by rookie head coach Mike Russo, bounced back after a 2-3 dual-meet campaign and became the first girls outdoor track team in Natick High history to win a Division 1 State...

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Natick Volleyball Team Wins Sectional, Bows To Westfield In States

Natick High’s volleyball team added confidence to its list of assets after coasting through the Division 1 Central Sectional playoffs. Then came a dramatic triumph against Winchester in the State semifinal where the Redhawks rallied after losing the first two sets. Next up...

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