Local Nitpicker Treats Head Lice at Mexican Orphanage

Jennifer Hartigan is a professional nitpicker. A former maternity nurse and lactation consultant, Hartigan has trained in the Shepherd Method, an...

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April Honors Military Children

Following Black History Month in February and Women’s History Month in March, the month of April carries many designations, including National...

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Earth Day Celebration Strives for Sustainability

Natick’s Earth Day celebration will be held rain or shine in Natick Center on April 28, 11 AM to 3 PM. In the case of rain, the scheduled outdoor...

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Natick High School Students Heading to Skate in France

It doesn’t seem often that one high school will be sending two students to Europe to represent the United States in competitive figure skating,...

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Natick Girls Lacrosse Squad Could Have a Prosperous Season

Tanner Guarino is in her third year as the Natick High girls lacrosse coach and if the goals she’s set for her third season at the helm are realized, then the Redhawks could have their best season since the 26-year-old took control of the program.
A former Bay State...

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Natick Nine Eyes a Return to the Tournament

Last year’s baseball team at Natick High compiled a regular-season record of 10-10 — numbers that may not seem significant but good enough to snap a seven-year streak of failing to qualify for tourney play.
Coach Jason Hoye’s Redhawks entered their final game of the...

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Natick High’s Girls Hoop Team Will Embrace March Madness

March madness is a phrase linked to the frenzy that accompanies college basketball when its post-season tournament gets underway in large arenas in bustling cities where 64 teams battle to become the national champion.
On a smaller stage, the unbeaten Natick High girls...

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