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Challenge Success Team announces survey results

The Medfield Challenge Success Team has announced that the results of a student survey were presented to parents by a representative from the non-profit Challenge Success. The survey, conducted by Challenge Success, was given to Medfield High School students in January and was completed by 734 students. "We are happy to be able to present the results...
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This Old Town: When Jonathan Met Sally, A Medfield Love Story

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Oftentimes, history focuses on the famous, the well-known, and those whose contribution stands out as a major accomplishment. But the vast majority of people never become famous, do the best they can in life, often struggle to overcome adversity, and frequently are little-known outside their own small sphere where they live. As reported...
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Wellesley kids learn about maple syrup

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By James Kinneen Hometown Weekly Reporter While kids looking for snow days, plow drivers looking for easy money, and skiers looking for fresh powder might not be happy February hasn’t been bitterly cold, one group of people are very pleased with the weather: maple syrup makers. Yes, it ends up that maple sap flows...
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Kenney, Herlihy lift Raiders past Lancers

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor [caption id="attachment_31288" align="alignright" width="300"]Sophomore forward George Herlihy (3) fires a shot on net during a rush up the far-side boards. Sophomore forward George Herlihy (3) fires a shot on net during a rush up the far-side boards.[/caption] Coming off consecutive...
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Wellesley Scoops growing field hockey interest

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor There are many factors that go into making a specific sport take off and become popular. Maybe the most significant factor, however, is integrating children into that specific sport and developing them at a young age through youth programs. The Wellesley Scoops, an associated club with USA Field...
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‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ ballet upcoming

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Miss Michelle’s Center for the Performing Arts of Wellesley will present its ninth annual Relevé Ballet Workshop performance of "A Midsummer Night’s Dream" on June 11 at Wilson Middle School, 22 Rutledge Road in Natick at 3:30 p.m. Tickets are $25 each at the door, $20 each pre-sale. The ballet, based upon the...
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Middle School Hockey continues to roll

The DS Middle School Hockey Team, pictured here, is well on its way to a flying start with wins over Natick, Nobles, Fessenden and the Boch Blazers. The team plays an 18-game schedule that runs from November through the end of February against local town and private school teams including Wayland, Weston, Xavarian, Thayer, Belmont...
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Japan meets Wellesley neighbors

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On October 17, a delegation from Ota, Japan, met with members of Wellesley Neighbors (WN) to discuss new ideas for taking care of an aging population. The Japanese population is aging faster than that of any other country in the world, according to Foreign Affairs Magazine. Japan is grappling with a shortage of...
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