Susan Manning Staff Writer

It’s hard to look around and find anyone who has not been affected by the coronavirus pandemic — including local hospitals.
At MetroWest Medical Center, changes to visitor policies, offerings of virtual medical appointments and furloughs...

From March 29 through April 4, Natick business, organizations, town departments, local citizens and artists celebrated the town’s second annual Kindness Week.
Hosted by SPARK Kindness, a non-profit based in Natick, Kindness Week is a...

Sean Sullivan

It’s been a jarring and alien sort of existence, this sudden spring of sequestration.

Residents have been furloughed from jobs, schools shut down and social life upended, all in a short span of weeks. The new reality has seen a renaissance...

Susan Manning Staff Writer

The coronavirus does not discriminate and it has left a significant number of fatalities in its wake. Many of those who lost their lives were not able to have a proper service because of the social distancing rules in effect. One Natick High...

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...

KEN HAMWEY Staff Sports Writer

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...

KEN HAMWEY Staff Sports Writer

The Natick High boys swimming and diving team knows a thing or two about improvement.
During the 2017-18 season, coach Caitlyn Shaddock’s Redhawks finished their dual-meet season unbeaten at 12-0, then rolled to the Bay State Conference...

Susan Manning Staff Writer

Thanks to the coronavirus outbreak, Family Promise Metrowest (FPM), a local nonprofit organization dedicated to helping families facing homelessness, is now hosting a Campaign for Hope instead of its 11th annual Walk to End Homelessness. The walk...

At the time of this writing in mid-March, the town has cancelled all activities and events on town-owned property for the foreseeable future. Natick town leaders are sharing information on the Coronavirus as it is becoming available. Here are...

With a coronavirus outbreak last month and the library closure, it may have seemed like you were cut off from your community resource, but don’t forget the library has many resources online. Those resources are available all yearround— not just...

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