The Natick Drama Workshop will present their spring show, Robin Hood, May 4, 5, and 6 at Wilson Middle School. The cast is comprised of fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth graders, including homeschoolers and students from Wilson, Kennedy and McCullough middle schools, the... Read More
Natick SOUP, a new organization based on the successful Detroit SOUP, will offer an opportunity for a local creative project to receive a grant of...Read More
On Sunday, April 29th, Family Promise Metrowest is again partnering with Concerts From The Heart for a special Feels like Home concert featuring...Read More
A small group of thoughtful, committed citizens has begun to seriously consider the question, what can we do about fossil fuels? A grassroots...Read More
Alyssa Mabardy would be the first person to show excitement and emotion if Natick High’s softball team qualifies for the playoffs later this spring. The Redhawks’ new coach, however, has one specific goal and it’s as basic as can be — improve on a daily basis.
Max Waltzman aims high when he’s discussing the goals he wants to achieve in volleyball.
An outside hitter, the Natick High captain, who last year helped spark the Redhawks to the Division 1 Central championship, firmly believes this year’s squad can win the state crown...
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 as the Redhawks get ready to...