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Non-Profit Spotlight: Golden Tones Chorus


Mission:Golden Tones Chorus practices and provides enriching entertainment for senior facilities, schools, and public events. Members, of retirement age, sing and dance to lift spirits and promote health and social engagement for everyone involved.

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Lost Cat: Old Sudbury Rd / Glezen Ln / Orchard Ln area

“Holly”, a black and white, long-haired cat is missing from the area surrounded by Old Sudbury Rd., Glezen Ln, the old cemeteries, and Orchard Ln. She…

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With school about to start, Police remind Wayland residents to Slow Down

Police Chief Robert Irving advises Wayland residents that the Wayland Police Department will be conducting extra traffic enforcement patrols on Wednes…

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Land Manager at Heard Farm for questions about birds (especially Common Nighthawk), August 27

Brian Harris land manager for the Town of Wayland is going to be at Heard Farm on Saturday, August 27th, 2016 and Saturday, September 10, 2016 in the …

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Water Ban Restrictions increase effectively immediately

Effective immediately, The Water Division is upgrading its level of Water Use Restriction to the following:

Underground sprinklers & ab…

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Wayland Police to participate in "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over"

The Wayland Police Department will be participating in the 2016 “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” National Drunk Driving Enforcement Campaign from Augu…

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Pam's Run is Sunday, October 16

4th Annual Pam’s Run 5k Run/Walk and 10k Run
New for 2016: Kids’ Fun Run
Sunday, October 16, 2016 at 10am

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Pam’s Run is ded…

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Missing Cat: Sammy is a Black Cat with White face last seen near Cochituate Baseball Fields

Sammy is a black cat with a white face. She was last seen on Quincy Rd near the Cochituate baseball fields. She is all black with white cheeks and a…

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Wayland Chief: Candle caused house fire

Wayland Town Crier 8/23/16: Wayland Chief: Candle caused house fire. An unattended candle is being blamed for starting a fire on Monday that heavily damaged a Boston Post Road home, a fire official said. The fire at one of three homes at 203 Boston Post Road caused approximately $50,000 worth of damage, Fire Chief

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Father Son/Daughter Breakfast Starts in September

Attention Wayland Dads! The 2016-2017 Father Son/Daughter Breakfasts will start up again in September at Mel’s Commonwealth Cafe (310 Commonwealth Rd.) and we’re hoping you can join us. Open to all dads with kids in grades K-5, these breakfasts are a great way to spend time together and with others over a great buffet breakfast.

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Two-alarm fire at Wayland home

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Wayland Town Crier 8/22/16: Two-alarm fire at Wayland home. Firefighters from several communities fought a two-alarm fire on Boston Post Road on Monday. According to Wayland Fire radio reports around 7 p.m., the fire was reported at 203 Boston Post Road.

Wayland Depot to reopen for the season, September 13

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The Wayland Depot will reopen on Tuesday, September 13th with exciting new fall items. Hours are 10am-4pm, Tuesday through Saturday, closed on Sundays.

New consignors and new volunteers are always welcome! Please email info@waylanddepot.com or call 508-358-5386

At schools, healthier options pass the taste test

Boston Globe 8/19/16: At schools, healthier options pass the taste test. Students in Wayland are going beyond the usual kid staples like mac and cheese and tater tots. [They sport] “Green Thumb” T-shirts tend school gardens, helping to grow the produce that’s served in their lunches and cultivate compost to turn food scraps into

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News and Events from the Wayland Library, August 19, 2016

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SUMMER READING SUCCESS! On August 18 kids gathered at the library for an ice cream social to celebrate their summer reading. We were celebrating the fact that 292 kids read at least 1,480 books this summer. Great reading, kids…and the summer isn’t even over!

VOLUNTEER COMPUTER PROGRAMMERS NEEDED Are you passionate about getting teen girls

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Dudley Pond Fun Run, September 18

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The 20th annual Dudley Pond Run will be held Sunday, September 18, 2016. Proceeds benefit the Dudley Pond Association’s efforts to preserve the quality of Dudley Pond and fight invasive pondweeds.

There are events for all ages and abilities: a 5-kilometer race sanctioned by USA Track & Field, a 2-mile competitive walk, a kids’ race,

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