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Wayland School closed on Wednesday

Wayland schools have been closed for Wednesday, January 28.

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Storm Announcement from WPD, updated 1/27 2:25pm

The following announcements are from the Wayland Police Department:

Submitted Tuesday, January 27, 2:25pm
As of 2:25 P.M. there are still no power…

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Don't forget to clear your car roof before driving #RemoveSnowBeforeYouGo

Remove Snow Before You Go
This driver was stopped on Route 1 in Revere, after discussing the dangers flying snow can cause to drivers around you, the…

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Wayland Concert Series: Yvgeny Kutik on violin, February 6

The next event in the Wayland Concert Series is Friday February 6 at 8:00 pm on the Main Stage at Wayland High School.

Yevgeny Kutik, violin
Dina …

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Domestic Violence Roundtable seeks donations

Valentine’s Day can be difficult for families living in domestic violence shelter programs. It is a holiday that centers around love and caring, and f…

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Mill Pond Ice Skating

Town of Wayland: Mill Pond Ice Skating. Due to an overwhelming positive response, the Department of Public Works will continue to provide lighting at Mill Pond every night between the hours of 5:00 PM and 9:00 PM for public skating until further notice, weather permitting.

Please remember that …

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Wayland Finance Committee Warrant Article Hearing, rescheduled to February 2

The Finance Committee will hold its Annual Town Meeting Warrant Article Hearing on January 26, February 2, 2015, at 7:15 pm in the Wayland Town Buildi…

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Wayland Has ‘Signing Day’ for Athletes Headed to Play College Sports

Wayland Patch 1/28/14: Wayland Has ‘Signing Day’ for Athletes Headed to Play College Sports. The Wayland Athletic Department and the Wayland Boosters will be having a “Signing Day” Ceremony to recognize the eleven Senior student-athletes who will be playing Division I, II or III athletics in college next year.

Concerns from Wayland DPW over land transfer

Wayland Town Crier 1/29/15: Concerns from Wayland DPW over land transfer. The Board of Public Works recently discussed issues surrounding the use of just over 14 acres of property near the Transfer Station access road for the proposed River’s Edge housing project. The transfer of the property to the Board of Selectmen to create

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Wayland Resident To Run The Boston Marathon in support of Boston Children’s Hospital

Boston Children's Hospital

Christine Cocce, a Wayland High Alum of the class of 2012 and current junior at Boston College is running the Boston Marathon this April for Boston Children’s Hospital.Her first 26.2 mile race, Cocce is running for Children’s because of her history with the hospital:

When I was in seventh grade I found out I had

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Single Parents, Share ideas, Learn new strategies, Get Support!!!

7 week series February 25th to April 8th, Wednesdays 7-8:15pm

This program will include activities and teaching that enhance parents’ ability to handle challenges and enjoy daily life while raising children. This program is provided by Wayland Youth and Family Services.

Contact Dr. Dossie Kahn for more information and to find out if the group

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Middlesex judge incorrectly withheld juror names in Wayland murder

Wayland Town Crier 1/28/15: Middlesex judge incorrectly withheld juror names in Wayland murder. The state Supreme Judicial Court has ruled that a Middlesex Superior Court judge erred by not releasing the names of the jurors who convicted Nathaniel Fujita in 2013 of murdering his former girlfriend in Wayland. Judge Peter Lauriat should have made

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Support the WHS Class of 2018 in their online fundraiser


Please support the Class of 2018 in their online fundraiser selling magazines, cookie dough, gift wrap and a whole lot more. Check it out at 40% of all purchases will go directly to our class. Thank you for your support. Go Warriors!

Becoming a tutor of English

Have you ever thought about tutoring someone in English? Most people who decide to become tutors are thinking of the good it can do, helping others become more proficient in English and better able to cope with employment, landlords, schools or the medical profession. But then they discover the rewards, the satisfaction that comes as

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