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Sudbury-Wayland-Lincoln Domestic Violence Roundtable

Sudbury-Wayland-Lincoln Domestic Violence Roundtable is an all-volunteer nonprofit organization of men and women incorporated in 1999. The goal of the Roundtable is to raise awareness about the issue of domestic violence through community education and networking and to improve the coordination between public and private services for victims and families touched by domestic violence.

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Wayland DPW announces end of water usage restrictions


The Massachusetts Drought Task Force reports that all drought indicators currently show norma…

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Dignity Matters runs feminine product drive at Wayland Library

You can buy cupcakes with Food Stamps but not tampons.  Dignity Matters is having a drive at the Wayland Public Library. Please drop off feminine hygi…

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Please complete survey to help with estimating attendance at Special Town Meeting

To better predict the number of voting handsets required at Wayland’s upcoming November Special Town Meeting, the Electronic Voting Implementation Sub…

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Wayland to hold Special Town Meeting on November 14 on 15

Wayland will be holding a Special Town Meeting on November 14 and 15, 2017 at the Wayland High School field house beginning at 7pm. Doors open at 6 pm…

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Friends of the Wayland Library Book and Bake Sale, November 3-5

The Friends of the Wayland Public Library will sponsor their Fall Book and Bake Sale on Saturday, November 4, 10am-4pm and Sunday, November 5, 12-4pm …

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Department of Public Works announces Watering Restrictions

In accordance with State notification requirements, the Wayland Water Division is issuing a Water Supply Status Update to inform Wayland Water Custome…

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The Town of Wayland wants you!

Are you interested in volunteering on a town board (or commission or committee), but concerned that you don’t have enough time, the right skills, or s…

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Wayland Police and B Fund to run Halloween Candy Drive

The Wayland Police Department has partnered up with The B Fund for its 5th Annual Halloween Candy Drive. Starting November 1st, drop off sealed Halloween Candy to the Wayland Police Department. For each piece of candy donated, @thebfund will donate $0.25 to Boston Children’s Hospital and Team Impact.


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Spotlight on: Oxbow Meadows – Neighbors vs. Field Development

The issue is playing out all over town: This week it’s the Oxbow field development project. Trying to keep up with an ever-growing demand for playing fields in town, last April’s Town Meeting voted and funded the project with $300,000 in CPA funds. But construction has been challenged by some abutters opposed to development,

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Halloween Party for Special Needs Families

Calling all pirates, ballerinas, superheroes, draculas, and witches too! Moms of Amazing Kids has a spooky party planned just for you!

Come celebrate Halloween with an open playtime at Jam Time — we’ll have the whole facility to ourselves.

October 29, 4-5:30p Jam Time, Natick MA

This event is open to all children with

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Race honors Wayland resident’s memory, supports Neighbor Brigade

Wayland Town Crier 10/15/17: Race honors Wayland resident’s memory, supports Neighbor Brigade. Runners gathered at the Claypit Hill Elementary School Sunday to raise money for an organization that helps families facing sudden crisis. Hundreds participated in the 5th annual Pam’s Run, a combined 5-kilometer run/walk, 10K run and kids fun run. Proceeds benefit Continue reading here

Augustus White III, MD to speak in Weston on Sunday, October 22

Dr. White, will speak about his book “Seeing Patients-Unconscious Bias in Health Care” at the First Parish Church in Weston on Sunday, October 22nd at 11:45am. The book traces Dr. White’s career path from segregated schools in Memphis, Tennessee to Mount

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Vokes Players Announce Their Fall Production of the Classic Musical Chicago

The Vokes Players of Wayland present Chicago, directed by Maryann Zschau, with musical direction by Howard Boles and choreography by Daniel Forest Sullivan. The music for Chicago was written by John Kander, lyrics by Fred Ebb, and book by Fred Ebb and Bob Fosse. Performances will be held at Beatrice Herford’s Vokes Theatre, Route

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3rd case of West Nile virus in a person confirmed

WCVB TV 10/13/17: 3rd case of West Nile virus in a person confirmed. A third case of West Nile virus in a person has been confirmed, the Massachusetts Department of Public Health announced Friday. The patient is a resident of Middlesex County in her 60s, officials said. She was hospitalized, but has since returned

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