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45 Wayland runners entered in Boston Marathon, Monday, April 21

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The following Wayland residents are entered in the 2014 Boston Marathon.

Bib numbers are color coded. Red bibs (numbers 101 – 8,999) are assigned to Wave 1 (10:00 a.m.). White bibs (numbers 9,000 to 17,999) are assigned to Wave 2 (10:25 a.m.). Blue bibs (numbers 18,000 to 26,999) are assigned to Wave

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News and Events from the Wayland Library, April 18, 2014

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HOLIDAY CLOSINGS Sunday, April 20: Easter Monday, April 21: Patriots Day

“MOZART’S “COSI FAN TUTTE”: A GUIDED TOUR “Così Fan Tutte” is the third and last of Mozart’s operatic collaborations with librettist Lorenzo DaPonte. The opera has moments of laugh-out-loud comedy as well as great tenderness as it explores the myths and realities of

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SVT Volunteer Afternoon: Garlic Mustard Pull, Wednesday, April 30

VOLUNTEER AFTERNOON: GARLIC MUSTARD PULL at Wolbach Farm, Sudbury Wednesday April 30, 2014, 3-6pm

Please come help eradicate garlic mustard from the woods at Wolbach Farm. This invasive plantis particularly noxious because it disrupts soil microbial processes, in addition to displacing native plants. We have been making great progress. You are welcome to attend all

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Wayland Community Pool Receives $500 grant

Metrowest Daily News 4/17/14: Wayland Community Pool Receives $500 grant. The Wayland Community Pool was awarded $500 from the Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Foundation’s Community Spirit 9/11 Mini-Grant program. A Harvard Pilgrim Health Care employee, Mike Devlin, nominated Wayland Community Pool for the award for the sixth year in a row. Funds will be

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Wayland selectmen given authority over town counsel

Wayland Town Crier 4/17/14: Wayland selectmen given authority over town counsel. Voters returned the authority for hiring, firing and managing legal counsel to the Board of Selectmen, when they approved a general bylaw change that stripped the town administrator of that role on the final night of Town Meeting last week.

Minuteman Vocational District considers revised regional agreement after one town rejects it

Boston Globe 4/17/14: Communities consider agreement changes. Minuteman High School’s member communities are voting this spring on a proposed amendment to its regional agreement that administrators say is necessary for the district’s success. But some area officials have raised questions about the proposed changes in the Lexington vocational school’s governance, and don’t want to

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Wayland Garden Club’s Plant Sale, Sunday, May 4

Sunday, May 4 from 12-3pm the Wayland Garden Club is holding a Plant Sale. You will find us at the rear of the Town Building alongside Earth Day; the Friends of the Wayland Public Library are holding their annual Spring Book & Bake Sale inside the Town Building. One stop for 3 great events! Visit

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Free Tick Awareness & Prevention Workshop on April 30th

The Middlesex Tick Task Force invites residents to attend a “Let’s Talk about Ticks” presentation to be held on Wednesday, April 30th from 7-9pm at the Lincoln Schools Auditorium (Ballfield Rd., Lincoln). This event will feature three presentations from prominent tick experts. Dr. Alfred DeMaria, Massachusetts Department of Public Health State Epidemiologist, will talk about

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Chief Irving announces promotion of Officer Ordway

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Officer Ordway

Chief Robert Irving is pleased to announce the promotion of Officer Jennifer L. Ordway to the rank of Sergeant, effective April 17th, 2014.

Sgt. Ordway has been a member of the Wayland Police Department since 2006. Prior to that, she served as a public safety dispatcher in the towns of Framingham

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