Reading Frederick Douglass Together, July 9 at the Bacon Free Library

The Eliot Church, Bacon Free Library, and Natick Historical Society are co-sponsoring “Reading Frederick Douglass Together” on Sunday, July 9, at...

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Updates on HEHA Program Offered Through Our Heart Healthy Food Pantry

Natick Service Council continues to serve the community through their Healthy Eating Healthy Aging program (HEHA).  This program strives to help...

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Natick PD Youth Police Academy: Fostering Positive Interactions Between Youth and Police

For the last four years, the Natick Police Department (NPD) has run a Youth Police Academy. This year the academy will run July 17 to 21 at its...

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Good Times & Bad: The Baldwin Photos & 1930s Natick

A new exhibit from the Natick Historical Society, now on display on the 1st floor of the Morse Institute Library: 14 East Central Street, Natick....

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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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Natick High Nine Aiming for Tournament Berth

Jason Hoye has been Natick High’s baseball coach for the last three years, and during that time the Redhawks have missed qualifying for tournament play by narrow margins, falling short by one game in 2014 and by two last year.
So, it should come as no surprise that Hoye...

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