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Local Fuel Assistance Program Expands Eligibility

Heating your home can be an expensive endeavor, but for more people this year, a local fuel assistance program run by SMOC, (South Middlesex...

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Ask the Professional: Veterans’ Services

Certified Personal Financial Counselor/Educator, and a Military Housing Specialist, Sue Katz, will answer your questions about Veterans’ Services...

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Art Blooms Eternal

As Natick’s inaugural artist-in-residence, Kira Seamon has so far been the epitome of a good neighbor.
And while the role marks a first for...

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Morse Institute Library Names New Director

Jason Homer was ready for the job of director at Natick’s Morse Institute Library. That’s what the Trustees decided before they approached him...

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Sports

Natick’s Ross Wants Another Chance To Win State Soccer Title

Laney Ross hasn’t forgotten the disappointment or the empty feeling that followed Natick High’s loss to Wachusett last year in the State final of the Division 1 girls soccer tournament.
After compiling a regular-season record of 10-2-5, Natick, which was seeded No. 10...

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Versatile Knowlton A Top-notch Linebacker For Natick High

Aedan Knowlton personifies versatility and leadership on a variety of fronts.
The 6-foot, 205-pound Natick High senior competes in three sports — football, lacrosse and skiing — and he’s a captain in all three. A linebacker or tight end in football, he excels as a...

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Masto Selected as Natick High’s Boys Basketball Coach

Natick High’s new boys basketball coach is no stranger to the Bay State Conference.
Michael Masto, who coached Walpole High’s varsity squad for the last two years, will replace Sam Doner, who has moved on to direct St. Sebastian’s team. Masto’s two-year record at...

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