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Arts Wayland Winter Exhibit at Trinitarian Church

Arts Wayland is hosting an exhibit of over 100 works of 50 local artists at the Trinitarian Church, Wayland from January 7 to February 7, 2015

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Holiday Shopping at the Wayland Depot

Sunday hours, and open Christmas week!  Avoid long lines at the mall and come to the Wayland Depot to do your holiday shopping. There is plenty of…

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Longfellow Club in Wayland goes solar

Wayland Town Crier 12/18/14: Longfellow Club in Wayland goes solar. The Longfellow Clubs in Wayland and Natick has billed itself as one of the “greenest” health clubs in the country, so when it was time for the next green project, it’s no surprise that co-owners Laury Hammel and Myke Farricker went…

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Wayland High School juniors run Christmas Tree Removal Fundraiser

It’s that time of year again! The Wayland High School Juniors are doing their annual Christmas Tree Removal Fundraiser! Email us to have your Christmas Tree taken to the dump for you. All you need to do is leave the tree in your driveway and we will take it from there. Additional details can be foun…

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51st Annual Santa's Ride, December 20-22

Santa will make his 51st annual ride through Wayland Saturday-Monday, December 20, 21, and 22.  It’s the 50th Anniversary of this ride, which he first…

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Wayland Community Fund Expects Increased Requests for Help this Winter

The Wayland Community Fund provides financial help to Wayland residents in financial need.  Since 1998 the fund has helped almost 200 families with utility payments, rent, medical expenses, food, and many other items.  This winter we expect an increase in requests due, among other things, to NStar’s…

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Donate Coats for Kids at Anton Cleaners

Caring Partners has kicked off its 20th annual Coats for Kids winter coat drive, sponsored by Anton’s Cleaners and Jordan’s Furniture. The drive will …

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School Budget Forum to be held January 5

The School Committee invites the community to participate in its budget development process for the 2015-2016 school year.

On Monday, January 5th, at 7:00 PM in the School Committee Conference Room of the Town Building, the School Committee will hold a PUBLIC FORUM for the community to ask questions and provide input on the FY16

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Three school budget options

Wayland Town Crier 12/19/14: Three school budget options. Each of the three school department budget options presented to a joint audience of School and Finance Committee members Monday night represented at least a $1 million increase over this past year’s budget of $35.4 million. “There’s an overall theme to this budget,” Superintendent Paul Stein

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Celtics assistant coach agrees to pay restitution in Wayland criminal case

Wayland Town Crier 12/19/14: Celtics assistant coach agrees to pay restitution in Wayland criminal case. To resolve a pending criminal charge against him, Boston Celtics assistant coach Walter McCarty agreed Thursday to pay back a contractor who worked on his Wayland home.

News and Events from the Wayland Library, December 19, 2014

Wayland Library

HOLIDAY HOURS. The library will close at 12 noon on Wednesday, December 24, and be closed all day December 25. On New Year’s Eve, Wednesday, December 31, the library will close at 3 p.m. and remain closed on New Year’s Day, Thursday, January 1.


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More than 75 children in Lawrence receive holiday packages from Bernard Lee’s Full House Charity Program


Chili’s Grill and Bar Restaurants and the Eastern Poker Tour are co-sponsors

New England’s top professional poker player Bernard Lee on Dec. 18 donated holiday packages to more than 75 children in the Lawrence, Mass. area as part of The Full House Charity Program, which provides a minimum of $10,000 annually to organizations across New

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Bail set for suspect in Wayland gas station holdup

Wayland Town Crier 12/18/14: Bail set for suspect in Wayland gas station holdup. Authorities say an ex-employee of a Wayland gas station robbed the business on Tuesday to get back pay he felt he was owed. Tyler B. Kim, 24, of 16 Oak Hill Road, was ordered held on $500 cash bail at his

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Wayland selectmen to look into business licenses

Wayland Town Crier 12/18/14: Wayland selectmen to look into business licenses. After complaints earlier this year that Wayland Automotive, located next to Mel’s Plaza on Rte. 30, was violating the terms of its license to sell used cars, the Board of Selectmen recently recommended that certain enterprises need to obtain special permits from the

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