Network of Enterprising Women to Meet March 2

Network of Enterprising Women (NEW) Monday, March 2, 2019, 8:30-10:30 a.m. at Cheryl Cohen Mosaics, 360 Woodland St. 2nd floor, Holliston, MA....

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Keefe Tech Announces Term 1 Honor Roll Students

FRAMINGHAM, MA – Keefe Regional Technical School is pleased to announce the following students have been named to the school’s Term 1 Honor Roll...

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2nd Annual MIL Gal-entine’s Day!

Come celebrate your best friends, breakfast style!
Popularized by the NBC comedy, Parks & Recreation, Galentine’s Day is a celebration...

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The Baker Chocolate Company: A Sweet History

Author and local historian Anthony Sammarco details the delicious saga of Massachusetts’s Baker Chocolate Company, from its start with John Hannon...

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Dynamic Culture Helps Natick Girls Hoop Program To Thrive

The Natick High girls basketball team has qualified for the post-season playoffs nine times in the last 10 years and the only season the Redhawks missed a tourney berth occurred when they had a 9-11 record, falling short by one victory in 2012.
During the last decade,...

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McDonald In Elite Category After Scoring 1,000th Point

The Natick High girls basketball program added a new chapter to its history when it defeated Brookline, 70-39, on Jan. 8 at the Redhawks’ gym.
Senior captain Brenna McDonald scored on a rebound put-back, surpassing 1,000 points for her career and becoming the third...

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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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