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Cindy Croney, From Natick, Dies Unexpectedly At 42
NATICK, MA-Cynthia L. Croney, 42, of Natick and formerly of Milford, died unexpectedly on Tuesday, Sept. 12, in Natick. Croney was born in Manassas VA, the daughter of Bruce A. Munroe and the daughter of Susan E. Croney. She was a graduate of the Blackstone-Millville Regional Technical High School.
DA: Man broke into car in Natick, stole bikes
A homeless suspected of breaking into vehicles in Natick for months is accused of breaking into a car on Monday and stealing two bikes. Police arrested Vilfredo A. Chambers, 54, near South Main Street on Monday at 5:32 a.m. An officer was on patrol when he saw Chambers in the area riding a bike, pro
2 Stolen Bikes In Natick: 1 In Custody, Looking For Owners
NATICK, MA-Natick police have two bikes and a person in custody at the station. Police believe these two bikes are stolen, and at least one was taken from the downtown area by the same person. If you can identify the bikes call dispatch at 508-647-9500.
'Serious' Crash In Natick; Detours
NATICK, MA - Traffic is being rerouted around a crash in Natick Monday morning, according to police. The crash occurred at 60 N Main Street and has been described as "serious." Police said the crash resulted in entrapment. A second ambulance has been called to the scene.
2 vehicles collide in Natick; traffic being detoured
Emergency crews are responding to a two-vehicle crash in Natick that has closed a busy roadway. A van and a pickup truck crashed on Route 27 near 60 North Main St. Traffic is being detoured around the area. Emergency crews are responding to a two-vehicle crash in Natick that has closed a busy roadw
Hundreds walk in Natick for suicide awareness
NATICK - Hundreds gathered on the football field at Natick High on Sunday for the commencement of the first Natick Out of the Darkness walk for suicide prevention. Each walker wore beads to represent their relationship with suicide. Some wore purple beads to honor lost friends or relatives, while ot
Beer At Lookout Farm, Scan Your Old Photos, Running Against Domestic Violence: The Week In Natick
NATICK, MA-Did you miss it? Take a look back at the week on Natick Patch. NATICK, MA-Lookout Farm Brewing Co. is one of the oldest operating farms in the country, and entered the craft beverage industry in 2015 when it launched its hard cider line. Now, they're serving... Read more NATICK, MA-You'r
Natick: Doug Flutie Jr., foundation grow up
Doug Flutie Jr. may be non-verbal, but he has taught his family important lessons. "There's no doubt he's kept us grounded," father and former NFL quarterback Doug Flutie said of his son, whom he calls Dougie. "He helps us put things in perspective of what is important in life. The simplest achievem
Natick Praying Indians host annual pow wow
NATICK - Four-year-old Sophia "Wise Owl" Hanson stomped around the dance circle at the Natick Praying Indians' pow wow Saturday, wearing lilac robes to match her grandmother. "She loves dancing in the circle," Denise "Ladybug" Pruitt said. "This is her fourth (pow wow). She was just a few weeks old
Last Chance To Register for the Flutie 5K This Sunday Oct.1!
Registration Closes Tomorrrow, September 27th- The Flutie Foundation's 18th Annual Flutie 5K The Flutie 5K is entering its 18th year as one of Greater Boston's premier road race/walks to raise awareness of autism. Each year, more than 1,500 people tie up the laces of their running shoes and come out
Word of the Day - Refuge
/rfjud/ noun mass noun 1 The state of being safe or sheltered from pursuit, danger, or difficulty. 1.1 (count noun) A place or situation providing safety or shelter. 1.2 (count noun) An institution providing safe accommodation for women who have suffered violence from a spouse or partner. 1.3 (Briti
Megliola: Keefe Tech grad helps on Colombian farm
"Cooking," Kendra Melanson exclaimed. "I love cooking!" Perhaps that's what she should be doing, the kitchen her destiny. She'd give it a try. So after her freshman year at Natick High School, Melanson enrolled at Keefe Tech in Framingham. She took up culinary arts. "I liked the small school atmosph
Debate Over NFL Protests Extends To High School Locker Rooms
NATICK (CBS) - Natick High School football captains shared their thoughts and feelings about the national anthem protests and President Donald Trump's repeated comments that players who disrespect the flag should be fired. "The way he came across was a little aggressive and I did not like how vulga
Item of week: Pastel painting
The Wellesley Historical Society's Tollhouse Shop carries gently used china, crystal, linens, silver, silver plate, mirrors, lamps, small tables, costume jewelry and collectibles. Run by volunteers, it relies on the generosity of Wellesley residents for donations. All donations receive a tax-deducti
MetroWest Mediation Services to offer training
FRAMINGHAM - MetroWest Mediation Services, a nonprofit community mediation agency that works in cooperation with the Office of the Attorney General, the Massachusetts Office of Public Collaboration and the Massachusetts Trial Court, will hold a 35-hour basic mediation training from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Apples, Corn, Seafood, Challah, Ice Cream & Knife Sharpening
Join us for the Wayland Summer Farmers' Market on Wednesday, September 27 from 12 to 5 PM. The Market takes place in the front parking lot of Russell's Garden Center. Bring your dull knives for sharpening by On the Edge Knife Sharpening. Read about the vendors attending this week: http://conta.cc/2
WayCam Puts 'Spotlight on FinCom: Keeping our Aaa Bond Rating vs. New Spending'
WAYLAND, MA-WayCam's "Weekly Buzz" show is putting the "Spotlight on FinCom: Keeping our Aaa Bond Rating vs. New Spending." The program's guest this week is Dave Watkins, chair of the Finance Committee, talking about maintaining an Aaa bond rating, the new library and senior center, new high school
Sherborn CM&D director candidate withdraws after controversial email
SHERBORN - The effort to find a Community Maintenance and Development Director hit a snag last week, when the primary candidate for the position withdrew his candidacy. At the Sept. 21 Board of Selectmen's meeting, the process continued with the development that Eric Johnson, the candidate with whom
Exchange Club announces new president
The Needham Exchange Club recently announced that Ann Cosgrove will serve as the new president. The membership chooses both a president elect and president. The outgoing president serves one more year as immediate past president. The outgoing president is Sam Hart and president elect is Mike Taggart
Wellesley nursing facility to hold annual dinner
The Elizabeth Seton Residence Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Facility will hold their annual Meet the Need Dinner on Oct. 19 at Wellesley Country Club, 300 Wellesley Ave. Wellesley native Salvatore DeFazio III will be honored at the event in recognition of his lifelong commitment to the Sisters