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Start Memorial Day in Wayland with pancake breakfast

Wayland Town Crier 5/21/15: Start Memorial Day in Wayland with pancake breakfast. Start your Memorial Day off right by attending Troop 1 Cochituate’s largest community building event and fundraiser of the Scouting year. From 7:30 to 10 a.m. at St. Zepherin’s Parish Center, located at 99 Main St. in…

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Wayland's Memorial Day begins at Wayland Middle School at 11am on Monday, May 25

The annual Wayland Memorial Day Parade will begin at 11:00 a.m. on Monday, May 25, 2015, at the Wayland Middle School, and will proceed along Route 27…

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Dr. Sam Telford – Epidemiologist, Educator, Researcher – to Speak in Wayland on tick-borne illnesses

Join the Walden Forum for a discussion with Sam Telford, Professor of Infectious Disease and Global Health at Tufts University School of Veterinary Me…

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Town seeks volunteers to fill board and committee vacancies

Below is a list of the board and committee positions for the Town of Wayland that will become vacant as of June 30, 2015. Anyone interested in applyin…

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What is it like to live in Wayland?

Boston Globe 5/9/15: What is it like to live in Wayland? White municipal buildings clustered around a church on a green? Sure. A covered bridge? O…

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A message from the Health Director regarding tick prevention

The following was submitted by Public Health Director Julia Junghanns

This is the time of year that many people, families and pets are outside enjo…

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Massachusetts Fireworks Displays

Boston Central has compiled this list of Massachusetts fireworks displays.

There aren’t many in this immediate area. Natick is, once again, not holding fireworks. Closest displays are:

Acton 7/4/2013 9:30 PM Behind Nara Park [Rain Date 7/5/2013]
Hudson 7/5/2013 9:00 PM 99 Park Street [Rain …

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Wayland resident joins Neighbor Brigade board

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Wayland Town Crier 5/22/15: Wayland resident joins Neighbor Brigade board. Neighbor Brigade, a nonprofit organization that mobilizes local volunteers to help neighbors in times of crisis, has appointed David Brisson to its Board of Directors.

3rd Annual Eric Chase Memorial Blood Drive, June 20 at WHS

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Join the excitement! Bloodmobiles from Dana-Farber and Children’s Hospital are coming again on Saturday, June 20, at Wayland High School. Eric, WHS Class of ’08 was a senior at University of Vermont when he lost his fierce battle with leukemia. Honor his zest for life while meeting old and new friends at our day-long

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Celebrate an Icon at WHS–Trainer Brown Retires After 33 Years

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Wayland Boosters Host Retirement Party on Tuesday, June 16th at 6pm at Sandy Burr Country Club

After 33 years of service and dedication to Wayland High School, Trainer Chris Brown is retiring at the end of this school year.

Please join us on Tuesday, June 16th at 6:00pm for appetizers and drinks at Sandy

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Cop Talk: Chief Irving On Crime, Police Brutality and the Murders of Sarah Pryor and Lauren Dunne Astley

Wayland Patch 5/21/15: Cop Talk: Chief Irving On Crime, Police Brutality and the Murders of Sarah Pryor and Lauren Dunne Astley. Wayland Patch asked Police Chief Robert Irving some questions we think our readers would like to ask him themselves. Here, he shares his thoughts on crime statistics, race relations, unsolved mysteries, where speeders

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Wayland Woman Raises Awareness for Alzheimer’s

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Deborah Strafuss and Mom

Deborah Strafuss, of Wayland is rallying a team to raise funds and awareness for an Alzheimer’s Association® event called The Longest Day on June 21. The Longest Day, focused on the summer solstice was created in recognition of the long days that are part of

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WHS Late Night –A Complete Success

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Thank you to our Community for helping us reach our goal!

On Saturday, May 16, Wayland High School Juniors and their prom guests arrived at the WHS Field House “Late Night 2015″ only to find that it had been transformed into a Country Festival with inflatables, food, games, tattoo artists, photo booths and more.

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Sudbury Valley Trustees’ National Trails Day Trail-a-Thon, Saturday, June 6

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Saturday, June 6, Northwest Framingham, Beginning and ending at the Framingham Friends Meetinghouse, 841 Edmands Road.

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HOW WILL THE WALKS BE ORGANIZED? We will form groups of 10-20 walkers with two leaders per walk. The leaders are knowledgeable about the flora and fauna in Northwest Framingham and

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