Patch Recalls This Week in Natick News
A sewer pipe burst, icy roads kept us indoors, subcontractors were ordered to pay and more in Natick this weekend.
A lot happens in Natick in a week. We're looking back at some of the highlighted stories you may have missed. Click on the links below to be redirected to each original story.
1. Now through Feb. 29, you can donate money to have a brick custom engraved for the new Natick High School walkway. Donate $100 for the engraving and you also will receive a brick from the old Natick High School building.
2. On Tuesday, the town recognized the installation of the new solar kiosk at Wilson Middle School. The project to install solar panels at Natick schools and town buildings is expected to save the town money and energy.
3. This week, Attorney Gen. Martha Coakley released information about several subcontractors that worked in Natick that allegedly failed to pay their workers and were charged thousands in fines.
4. A Natick sewer pipe owned by the town of Framingham broke on Speen Street on Wednesday, causing traffic delays.
5. This weekend's winter weather was the first real snow we've seen in awhile in town. Did you icy roads keep you home this weekend or did you not let it ruin your plans? Tell us in the comments section.