Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Quadcopter chronicles Westboro life from above
Westboro TV studio manager Tim A. Novak of Natick will record points of interest in Westboro with his quadcopter and camera, including Westboro State Hospital.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Most Expensive Home for Sale in Natick's Got 12 Rooms, Heated Pool and Basketball Court
The exceptional custom colonial in the Hamlet Estates is selling just under $1.7 Million, according to Zillow.com's listing.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Develop & Share Open-Source Hardware Projects
It's important for editors to get out of the office and into the real world once in a while.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Uniqlo opening in temporary space Tuesday at Faneuil Hall
The popular Japanese brand, known for selling affordable basics in a vast color palette, will debut in a temporary store in the South Market space formerly occupied by Todd English's Kingfish Hall.
$7,000 MutualOne Foundation Grant Will Enhance Reed Academy Programs
The MutualOne Charitable Foundation recently awarded $7,000 to Reed Academy in Framingham for the purchase of iPads for student use in technology education and theater/creative arts programs.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
Natick Home of the Week: 292 Eliot St.
This is 292 Eliot St., a four bedroom, three bathroom Cape, offering more than 3,000 square feet of living space on two acres of land.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
Level 3 Sex Offender Lives Less Than a Mile From Framingham Elementary School, Day Care
This month, Framingham Police went door-to-door in the Potter Road area letting residents know a Level 3 sex offender is now living in their neighborhood.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Nasuni Adds Global File Sync And Share For Cloud Collaboration
Nasuni this week added a global file system to its cloud-based file storage solution, giving its customers the ability to access files via the cloud from anywhere and making it easier for employees to collaborate on projects regardless of their location.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Community Advocate Newspaper
Southborough steps up economic development effort
Southborough - "You have what most of the world wants," said Prof. Maureen Dunne as she finished her presentation to the Southborough Board of Selectmen July 15. "But the race is on."
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Newton Man Charged with Home Depot Theft
By Tony Schinella John Jefferson Smith, 51, of Boylston Street in Newton, was arrested at 5:40 p.m. on July 10 in Natick and charged with larceny over $250.
Natick Receives $239K in Green Grants
Energy and Environmental Affairs Secretary Maeve Vallely Bartlett and Department of Energy Resources Acting Commissioner Meg Lusardi this week awarded $7.9 million in grants to fund dozens of clean energy projects in 43 municipalities across Massachusetts.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Nova News Now
Kings County Art Scene July 15
During August, the work of the late Wolfville painter and printmaker Alex Colville will be on display at the Art Gallery of Ontario.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
United Way Launches Ready To Read Initiative in Framingham
Do you remember the first book that got you excited about reading? Thinking about The Little Engine That Could, Goodnight Moon, and The Cat in the Hat stirs up feelings of nostalgia for many people who have gone on to share their own favorite stories with a new generation of readers.
Sun Jul 13, 2014
Natick Home of the Week: 11 Archer Drive
This is 11 Archer Drive, a four bedroom, one and a half bathroom home on a quarter acre of land on a cul-de-sac.
Banker & Tradesman
Charting A New Course
Ralph Letner sailed an interesting course into banking. The Natick native attended the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy and sailed on merchant ships for four years after graduation.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
New York Post
Marijuana schools are growing like, well, weeds
Yes, it almost harks back to a classic scene in "The Graduate." A growing number of schools offering courses in all things weed-related are trying to pull young people with the promise of newly created jobs in the booming medical marijuana field.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
Businesses could start opening in new Route 9 building as early as September
Some of the businesses at Hadley Corner on Route 9 could be opening as soon as September, according to the developer.
UPDATED: Natick Driver Strikes Mom With Double Stroller In Framingham Crosswalk
A Natick driver struck a woman walking in a crosswalk with a double stroller on Concord Street, near the courthouse today, July 10. The woman driver, whose name was not available at this time, struck the pedestrian with the stroller, said Framingham Police Lt.
The Swellesley Report
Movie "The Greens are Gone" filming in Wellesley
The Elm Bank Reservation neighborhood on the Wellesley/Dover/Natick line has been starry-eyed this week about movie trailers rolling through the area.
ARRESTS: Worcester Man Charged with Disorderly at McDonald's
Jose Ayala , 37, of Elliot Road in Revere, was arrested at 11:30 a.m. on July 6, on a default warrant.