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Mansion Beach reopened

UPDATE 9/2/15:  After a second low reading for E. coli, Mansion Beach has re-opened.…

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Wayland Community Art Fair on Saturday, September 19

Saturday September 19,  11am to 5 pm at Wayland Town Building Field

Wayland Community Art Fair (WCAF) 2015 is the first art fair organized by Arts …

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Sudbury-Wayland-Lincoln Domestic Violence Roundtable will kick off its 16th year with Courage to Care

After a summer hiatus, the Sudbury-Wayland-Lincoln Domestic Violence Roundtable will kick off its 16th year on Tuesday, September 8, 2015, at 3 PM i…

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WPSF Back to School Fundraiser at Whole Foods Wayland

Whole Foods Wayland is partnering with WPSF on Tuesday, September 15th for their 5% Community Give Back Day. The store will generously donate 5% of th…

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WCPA Beach Party and Concert

Saturday, September 12, 2015, 4:30pm to 7:00pm
at the Wayland Town Beach

Catch up with friends after your busy summer! Pack your kids, a blanket a…

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Golf Tournament to Benefit Save a Dog

Wednesday, September 9th, 2015, sign in starts at 7am, shotgun start at 8am. (Rain or Shine) at Wayland Country Club, 121 Old Sudbury Road, Wayland, M…

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Wayland committee working on new COA and Community Center

Wayland Town Crier 9/4/15: Wayland committee working on new COA and Community Center. The Wayland COA/Community Center Advisory Committee (CCAC) has been busy carrying out its new charge from the Board of Selectmen to examine the 4.16-acre municipal site at the Wayland Town Center. The committee is working to complete several types of due

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Free Flu Clinics offered by Wayland Health Department



The Wayland Health Department will once again be offering FREE Appointment-based Flu Vaccination Clinics for our seniors. High-Dose Flu Vaccine geared to those aged 65 and older and Seasonal Quadrivalent Flu Vaccine will be available.

We will also offer the NEW PREVNAR 13 Pneumococcal Vaccine (Pneumonia) only for those aged

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Proposal to acquire ‘municipal parcel’ at Wayland Town Center

Wayland Town Crier 9/2/15: Proposal to acquire ‘municipal parcel’ at Wayland Town Center. The Board of Selectmen recently voted to sponsor a special Town Meeting article to authorize the acquisition of the 4.16-acre “municipal parcel” in the new Town Center development for $1, as recommended by the COA/Community Center Advisory Committee (CCAC).

Judge grants temporary reprieve at Wayland intersection

Boston Globe 9/2/15: Judge grants temporary reprieve at Wayland intersection. A Middlesex Superior Court judge has ruled that the town of Wayland may lift the turning restrictions at Route 27 and Glezen Lane — for a little while, at least. The decision marks the latest chapter in a contentious debate about the intersection, where

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Finance Committee to hold Warrant Article Hearing on September 8

The Finance Committee will hold its Special Town Meeting Warrant Article Hearing on September 8, 2015 at 6:30 p.m. in the Wayland Town Building. This hearing is held to facilitate public discussion and understanding of the articles submitted for Special Town Meeting to be held on Monday, November 9, 2015 at 7:30 pm at the

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Support our hockey players at Annual Golf Tournament, October 2

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Please join the Wayland Hockey Association (WHA) for our Annual Golf Tournament at Wayland Country Club on Friday, October 2 at 12pm. The cost is $150 per player and includes hamburgers and hot dogs during registration; shotgun start at 1pm; contests with prizes for closest to the pin, longest drive and team scores; a raffle

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Wayland ex-board member says he was ‘left in the dark’ about $75K settlement

Wayland Town Crier 9/1/15: Wayland ex-board member says he was ‘left in the dark’ about $75K settlement. When the School Committee quietly settled a lawsuit two years ago with a former employee, the $75,000 agreement remained a secret not only to residents, but also to a member of the board.