Brothers Sing on March 16

When the tenor of politics becomes divisive, the track to harmony, for some, is completely clear. “Every human being has an instrument,” said...

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Town Officials Run Uncontested

On March 26, the Town of Natick will hold an election for positions on the Board of Selectmen, the School Committee, the Planning Board,...

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Inspired Service

Despite the chilly temperatures and icy roads, eight women, including Natick residents Cindy Levine and Helen Sicotte, gathered together to work...

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Multi-age Classrooms Invite Synergy

For the past 20 years, Beth Altchek and Kristin McEnaney have been teaching a combined first and second grade at Lilja Elementary. In adjacent...

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Natick High’s Girls Hoop Team Will Embrace March Madness

March madness is a phrase linked to the frenzy that accompanies college basketball when its post-season tournament gets underway in large arenas in bustling cities where 64 teams battle to become the national champion.
On a smaller stage, the unbeaten Natick High girls...

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Natick High’s Swimmers, Divers Making A Big Splash

The Natick High boys swimming and diving team is starting to get the attention it deserves.
If letter grades were to be assigned to coach Caitlyn Shaddock’s squad, they would be straight A’s and the A would be for achievement. Consider what the Redhawks have...

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Versatile Burnes A Major Plus For NHS Girls Ice Hockey Squad

Molly Burnes is Natick High’s all-time scoring leader in ice hockey but she’s more than just a skater who compiles goals and assists.
Much more.
The Rehawks’ senior center, whose career statistics at Local Town Pages deadline were 55 goals and 51 assists, is a co-...

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