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The Five Crows, on Court Street, represents local artists.
Park Street Ice Cream Shoppe, which has been in business for 30 years, was voted a Natick favorite.
Lemon Tree Goods is a unique consignment shop specializing in women's clothing and supporting local artisans.
Lush in the Natick Mall has just launched their first global campaign against animal testing.
Fran's Flowers may be small, but they offer terrific products and great service.
John and Sharon Stournaras are nearing their first year anniversary as the owners of Morse Tavern.
Project Stretch will hold a fundraising auction from March 15 to 30 to raise much needed funds for their continued work.
JP Comella and his brother Matt will open their ninth restaurant in Natick center in early April.
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The Natick Community Organic Farm will host a class to teach all you need to know about raising barnyard chickens.
A Natick native and mom of six has found it empowering to work from home for a company she believes in, especially during these economic times.
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