Natick Poets of the Month


Winter is often feared and so

See Pickerel Pond’s nearly
bare trees


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Compost Collected at the Curb

A group of ecologically compassionate people including Karen Mallozzi, Sybil Schlesinger, and Beverly Rich, organized under the name “Natick...

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Toy Guns Pose Dilemma for Police

In the season of gift-giving, it may be tempting to buy toy guns for children who ask for them. Natick Chief of Police James Hicks says that...

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Marijuana Legalization Invites Education

A political lobbyist since 2003, Tara Hopper, Natick Town meeting member, spoke at Cannabis Business conventions in New York, Maine, Rhode Island...

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Natick High’s Atwood Will Keep Aiming For A Super Bowl

Josh Atwood’s goals at the start of the football season were for Natick High to win the Carey Division title, qualify for the playoffs, get to the Super Bowl and win it.
Two of those objectives were achieved this season but the 6-foot-2, 320-pound nose tackle will have...

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Dynamic Run By Natick Girls Soccer Team Ends As State Runner-up

The Natick High girls soccer team had an amazing run in post-season play, winning its first Sectional championship, then advancing all the way to the State final for the first time in school history. And, when the Division 1 playoffs ended, the Redhawks were on the losing...

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Natick’s Girls Soccer Captains Aiming For Deep Run In Tourney

Tournament time has arrived and that thought really gets the juices flowing for the Natick High girls soccer team.
Last year, the Redhawks entered the playoffs undefeated and their record heading into their Sectional semifinal game against King Philip Regional was 18-0...

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