The Kennedy Middle School in west Natick needs a makeover. Patched floors, leaky ceilings, rusted heating systems and crumbling bricks characterize the structure built in the 1960’s for seventh and eighth graders and now crowded with a growing population of fifth, sixth,... Read More
When a summer day arrives in February between a snowfall and a hail storm, we pay attention to the Earth. Climate changing on a wavelength short...Read More
ACCEPT Education Collaborative is pleased to announce it has received a $20,000 grant from the Doug Flutie, Jr. Foundation for Autism. These funds...Read More
A circle of cushions surrounds several candles, some crystals, and a bag of chocolate bark. Jacqui Morton, seated on one of the cushions, stuffs...Read More
The VERVE-Crowne Plaza Offers a
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By Deborah Burke Henderson, Contributing Writer
A popular adage claims that patience is a virtue and Joe Greendale is an excellent example of how meaningful that philosophy has been in his young life.
The 17-year-old senior, who’s wrestled since he was a sixth-grader, had to wait for his opportunity to start on...
Sho Kinugawa’s final season of basketball at Natick High has been filled with plenty of positives.
The 5-foot-9 senior guard has been a two-time captain and he’s been a major contributor in helping Natick qualify for the playoffs for the second straight year. A native...
There’s definitely a sense of double trouble when opponents see Al and Dillon Arno on the ice for Natick’s hockey team. The 17-year-old twins, who’ve been skating since age three, are four-year varsity veterans who give the Redhawks a dynamic one-two punch on the first line....Read More