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WHS Late Night 17

26 Business and Community Organizations Supporting and Counting…..

“Late Night,” a 20 year Wayland AFTER-Prom tradition, is entirely funded by tax-…

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Wayland High graduate wins Kleban musical theater award

Wayland Town Crier 3/24/17: Wayland High graduate wins Kleban musical theater award. Daniel Zaitchik (WHS ’98) can trace his love of music to writ…

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Wayland Dads to run child care for Town Meeting

Wayland Town Meeting is an important annual civic event where getting the most residents to attend is in all our best interests.  But typically, fewer…

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No Fooling: Talented College Groups to Perform at Spring College A Cappella Concert April 1!

Three talented college a cappella groups are coming to the Wayland High School Theater to perform at the Spring College A Cappella Concert on Saturday…

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Police seek information from public on Windy Hill Burglary

Wayland Town Crier 3/9/17: $100K worth of jewelry, electronics stolen in Wayland burglary. Police say at least one burglar stole more than $100,0…

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Wayland High School A Cappella Groups Gearing up for Spring Concert

Wayland High School’s talented a cappella groups – the Muses, T-Tones and Madrigals – are hard at work preparing for the spring College A Cappella Concert on Saturday, April 1, a wonderful tradition welcoming spring to the Wayland community.

The concert will be held at WHS at 7:30pm this Saturday and will feature the Wayland

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Wayland School Committee backs Unobskey

Wayland Town Crier 3/26/17: Wayland School Committee backs Unobskey. The School Committee on Sunday backed Gloucester Assistant Superintendent Arthur Unobskey to become Wayland’s next superintendent. After about two hours of discussion, the committee voted unanimously to enter negotiations with Unobskey.

Celebrating culture at World’s Fair in Wayland

Wayland Town Crier 3/26/17: Celebrating culture at World’s Fair in Wayland. The sound of traditional South Korean drums filled the gym at the Loker Elementary School Saturday afternoon. Eight-year-old, Kyle Davidson, a second-grader at Claypit Hill Elementary School, couldn’t get enough as he gave one of the drums a try. “When you want to

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Committee interviews last Wayland school chief finalist

Wayland Town Crier 3/26/17: Committee interviews last Wayland school chief finalist. Arthur Unobskey, the fourth and last finalist to be interviewed for superintendent of the Wayland Public Schools, drew mixed reviews on Friday night after a lengthy meeting with the School Committee.

Muslim and Jewish communities bond amid fear

Boston Globe 3/24/17: Muslim and Jewish communities bond amid fear. [A]mid the torrent of bomb threats targeting Jewish institutions last month, the Jewish Community Centers of Greater Boston received a letter from Malik Khan, the president of the Islamic Center of Boston in Wayland. “We must stand together against the undercurrent of hate,” Khan

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‘Incognito Bandit,’ Suspected in 16 MA Bank Robberies, Arrested

Wayland Patch 3/24/17: ‘Incognito Bandit,’ Suspected in 16 MA Bank Robberies, Arrested. A Boston man known as the “Incognito Bandit” was arrested Friday in a Virginia airport as he attempted to board a South Africa-bound flight, the U.S. Attorney’s office said. Albert Taderera, 36, of Brighton, is thought to be involved in 16 bank

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Teams getting ready for League of Women Voters Civics Bee, April 2

Teams from Sudbury, Wayland and Weston are gearing up for the ninth annual League of Women Voters Civics Bee. The Civics Bee will take place Sunday, April 2, at 2 p.m. at Curtis Middle School, 22 Pratts Mill Rd., in Sudbury. The Bee is free and open to the public. It is

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