Editor Robert Rosen firstname.lastname@example.org
1:25 pm on Sunday, April 7, 2013
It think that having a police dog search the High School and parking lots is a great idea, and there were no costs associated with the search.
It will hopefully keep the drugs out of the school and the parking lots and I believe that random searches should be performed regardless of an expense.
Our children and there education are our future! I believe that randomly the drug dog should be located at the entrance inside of the school for those students carrying drugs, I'd be willing to bet that more than two incidents would occur in this type of random search!
Natick's Class of "79"
1:12 pm on Wednesday, April 3, 2013
I've have had interaction with this guy (Dyer) in the past, and I am not a neighbor but I do know him and that he thinks that he is above the law, he doesn't care about anyone but himself and likes to push the limit with everything. This is just one more example of his ignorance and disrespect for other's. He should move somewhere far away from Natick where he has the property to allow his dogs to roam freely!
10:01 pm on Monday, June 11, 2012
JUST THINK ABOUT HOW MUCH MORE TRAFFIC THEIR IS GOING TO BE ONCE THOSE 150+ UNITS ARE CONSTRUCTED AT THE NATICK PAPERBOARD SITE.
IT WILL THEN TAKE AN HOUR TO TRAVEL FROM RUTLEDGE ROAD (BLD 19) TO NATICK CENTER BETWEEN 3:00 PM & 5:00 PM! UGH!!!
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