Via Perkins, Contributing Writer

Though financial hardship is not commonly equated with the suburbs, thousands of residents from Natick and other Metrowest towns struggle to make ends meet and often have few options to provide for their families. A Place To Turn (APTT) food...

By Renee Plant

Unlike other preschools, a local nursery school in Natick boasts a historic location and structure, a large old barn, for children to learn and explore.
“The facility is unique and homey, very non-institutional, and the play yard is amazing...

By Ken Hamwey

Gus Ramstrom didn’t play a single down as a junior last year for Natick High’s football team but that didn’t stop his teammates from electing him as a captain this season.
The 5-foot-10, 190-pounder, who is a running back on offense and a...

By Ken Hamwey
Natick High Cheerleaders Aim for More Success

Katelyn Amico was at the right place at the right time.
A math major at UMass-Dartmouth, she was hoping to eventually land a teaching job as a math instructor. Two years ago, she found a good fit at Natick High, which also was seeking to...

Join the Natick Trails Committee for a healthful, exhilarating day of trail work and making new friendships. Participants can come for an hour, part of the day or the entire day – whatever fits their schedule. The trail workers will clear the...

By Renee Plant, Contributing Writer

On October 16, members of the community will join together and persevere through a road race. “Pam’s Run” will honor Neighbor Brigade founder Pam Washek who, fittingly, is best remembered for bringing people together to push through trying times...

By Via Perkins, Contributing Writer

There are times when the bond between a person and an animal surpasses all others. The staff at Bina Farm Center (BFC), located at 207 Union St., know the transformative power of these relationships. At Bina, horses play a vital role in their...

Several events this fall will look at history. Sponsored by the Natick Community-Senior Center. To register, call 508-647-6540 or online at Community Pass.

Thursday, Oct. 6, 2 pm
Travel back to 1942 with author Alison O’Leary (So...

By Via Perkins, Contributing Writer

October is an exciting month for the Bacon Free Library (BFL), one of two libraries in town. Located at 58 Eliot St. in South Natick, the BFL frequently hosts events for all ages. This month the library will feature a reading from a local author...

Ken Hamwey, Staff Sports Writer

Natick High’s field hockey team missed qualifying for tournament play last year by one game, finishing with a 6-8-4 record in Ann Burnes’ first campaign as head coach.
he Redhawks’ three senior captains — midfielders Abby Verdelli and...

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