Sean Sullivan

Approaching Natick Community Organic Farms, one could see - and smell - the smoke rising from a wooden shack. Not an unusual sight in wintertime New England, but for the hut’s small size and the outsized volume of smoke that poured forth. The...

Sean Sullivan

Used to be, “getting your goat” was not a good thing. The phrase is said to derive from a practice in horse racing, whereby a goat was placed in a stall with a thoroughbred before the race. Among strange surroundings, circumstances and...

KEN HAMWEY Staff Sports Writer

The Natick Summer Strength and Conditioning Program, formerly known as “Tough Camp,’’ will provide students and athletes with an opportunity to enhance their athletic abilities through the summer months. During the program, athletes will be...

KEN HAMWEY Staff Sports Writer

Senior leadership will play a key role for the Natick High girls lacrosse team this season.
Coach Tanner Guarino, now in her fourth year at the helm, has 10 seniors who’ll provide a plethora of strengths that should make the Redhawks a top-...

Thursday, March 12, from 7 to 8:30 PM, at the Morse Institute Library, 14 East Central St. This one-woman show, presented by the Natick Historical Society and History At Play, chronicles the life of Lucy Stone, a leader in the women’s suffrage...

Sustainability Contest Deadline March 17

Writing a poem, drawing a cartoon strip, or creating a superhero are just three ways Eversource is encouraging students to demonstrate their knowledge of energy efficiency. The energy company is reminding students that submissions are still being...

Open Burning The State Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) allows open burning to be conducted between January 15th and May 1st of each year. Permission may be obtained simply by calling the Joint Dispatch Center on the day you plan to...

J.D. O’Gara
Interactive Website to Drive Discussion, Spur Action

Wondering how your MetroWest town is doing in comparison to the state and the country? Wonder no more, thanks to a new initiative launched by the Foundation for MetroWest, , a community foundation serving 33 cities and towns of MetroWest. Impact...

Sean Sullivan

Looking for a place to turn for diapers, local families in need have found a friend in Eve Benda.
She is the founder and moral force behind The Diaper Project, an organization that began filling this niche need in 2015 out of Framingham’s...

Network of Enterprising Women (NEW) Monday, March 2, 2019, 8:30-10:30 a.m. at Cheryl Cohen Mosaics, 360 Woodland St. 2nd floor, Holliston, MA. Join us for a Mastermind discussion on charitable donations of your time/talents: how often, how much,...

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