Issue
Apr 2018
Ken Hamwey, Staff Sports Writer
March.29.2018

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...

Issue
Apr 2018
Ken Hamwey, Staff Sports Writer
March.29.2018

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...

Issue
Apr 2018
Alison Guzman
Concerts From The Heart’s Laura Vecchione returns to perform at TCAN in Natick
March.29.2018

On Sunday, April 29th, Family Promise Metrowest is again partnering with Concerts From The Heart for a special Feels like Home concert featuring Laura Vecchione, a “bluesy songstress” the Boston Globe claimed, “is all ours.” All proceeds from the...

Issue
Apr 2018
Amy Mevorach
March.29.2018

A small group of thoughtful, committed citizens has begun to seriously consider the question, what can we do about fossil fuels? A grassroots movement called Renewable Natick has taken on the challenge of developing a strategy to phase out...

Issue
Apr 2018
Amy Mevorach
March.29.2018

On February 25, a crowd gathered in the Natick High School Auditorium to witness a conversation between Shay Stewart-Bouley and Debby Irving. What made the conversation significant and worth coming out in the rain to hear was that Stewart-Bouley...

Issue
Apr 2018
Cynthia Whitty
March.29.2018

Natick Community Organic Farm’s (NCOF) three 2018 Boston Marathoners are Hoofin’ It to Boston this year to help raise wages for the teens on NCOF’s Teen Work Crew (TWC) and in its Mentoring Teens through Agriculture Apprenticeship.
NCOF’s...

Issue
Mar 2018
KEN HAMWEY Staff Sports Writer
February.28.2018

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...

Issue
Mar 2018
Ken Hamwey, Staff Sports Writer
Two-time Basketball Captain
February.28.2018

Sho Kinugawa’s final season of basketball at Natick High has been filled with plenty of positives.
The 5-foot-9 senior guard has been a two-time captain and he’s been a major contributor in helping Natick qualify for the playoffs for the...

Issue
Mar 2018
Amy Mevorach
February.28.2018

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 enough to be obvious to humans is a call to make some changes in our patterns of living on this...

Issue
Mar 2018
Amy Mevorach
February.28.2018

The Kennedy Middle School in west Natick needs a makeover. Patched floors, leaky ceilings, rusted heating systems and crumbling bricks characterize the structure built in the 1960’s for seventh and eighth graders and now crowded with a growing...

Pages