A Story That Had to be Told: Natick Artist’s Book for Children and Adults

Natick artist Janis Luedke has recently ventured into the world of books for children. Luedke recently self-published “The Hearts That Fell Out of...

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Fourth of July Parade

Natick’s 4th of July parade is one of the latest in a long line of cultural comforts to fall prey to the Coronavirus quarantine. The summertime...

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Pandemic pedagogy

That lingering and long-debated issue of screen time has come to be somewhat of a savior for students and schools during this time of social...

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Happy Birthday, quarantine style

With the coronavirus crisis keeping residents socially distant, birthday parties aren’t what they used to be.
No bouncy house full of...

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NHS Softball Captains Maintain Proper Perspective On Virus

Lilly Fangel and Marina Lyon have a lot in common.
The Natick High seniors are two-sport athletes, they’re captains in softball, both hit over .500 last year and they’ll be playing softball at Division 3 colleges next spring. Another interesting link is the position...

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MIAA Announces updated season start date for spring sports

The MIAA Board of Directors voted March 16, 2020, to amend the start of the 2020 spring sports season in light of recent mandates from Governor Baker and recommendations from governing health agencies. The updated start date for the 2020 spring season is April 27, 2020....

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Deep Tourney Run Prime Goal For Natick Boys Lacrosse Team

The boys lacrosse team at Natick High is determined to improve on its playoff history.
For the last four years, coach Nate Kittler’s Redhawks have qualified for tourney play but have bowed out each time in the Sectional quarterfinals. Based on Natick’s returning players...

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