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Wayland School Community Programs offers One-Week Summer Math Program

Math Power for All returns to Wayland this summer after a successful debut in 2014. The one-week program is scheduled for August 17-21, 2015, at Wayla…

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Wayland Police Department Looking for Help Identifying Man

The Wayland Police Department is seeking to identify the individual shown in the photos below. If you can identify him, please contact Detective Serge…

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Wayland Summer Farmers' Market Wednesdays at Russells

The Wayland Summer Farmers’ Market takes place weekly on Wednesdays from noon to 5 PM, June 24 through October 7.  The market is located in the front …

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SOAR 55— Your Local Resource for Volunteering

At SOAR 55, we place, train, and support volunteers, age 55 and over, who want to use their skills and experience to strengthen local non-profits and …

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Fresh Air Fund Looks for Host Families in MetroWest

Wayland Patch 6/13/15: Fresh Air Fund Looks for Host Families in MetroWest. Summer is upon us and the Fresh Air Fund reminds us that there is still a …

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Summer Concert and Film Series in area towns for Summer 2015

Wayland Council on Aging Summer Outdoor Concert Series

WAYLAND THURSDAY FREE SUMMER CONCERTS, June 18-July 16.  All concerts 7-8pm at Wayland Tow…

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Town seeks volunteers to fill board and committee vacancies

Below is a list of the board and committee positions for the Town of Wayland that will become vacant as of June 30, 2015. Anyone interested in applyin…

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‘Building Bridges’ at Islamic Center in Wayland

Wayland Town Crier 7/7/15: ‘Building Bridges’ at Islamic Center in Wayland. The Islamic Center of Boston in Wayland has long been at the forefront of building community relations among people of all faiths, but it’s one of the center’s newer traditions that has proven most successful. Called “Building Bridges Iftaar,” it is a dinner,

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Restaurant and bakery in Wayland closing Friday

Metrowest Daily News 7/7/15: Restaurant and bakery in Wayland closing Friday. J.J. McKay’s restaurant in Cochituate Village in Wayland is planning to close on Friday, confirmed owner Sean McKiernan, along with the Beyond Beans bakery inside.

Team Eric Chase thanks the outstanding blood donors of Wayland

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Team Eric Chase is elated at the town-wide response to the 3rd Eric Chase Blood Drive held at Wayland High School on June 20. The amazing statistics speak for themselves. Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Boston Children’s Hospital were on hand and report that 143 donors were processed, 112 units of blood were collected and

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Wayland man arrested, charged with assaulting daughters, wife

Wayland Town Crier 7/6/15: Wayland man arrested, charged with assaulting daughters, wife. A Wayland man slapped one daughter, tackled another daughter and shoved his wife against a wall on Sunday after an argument over a dog, authorities said.

Wayland resident earns Fulbright to teach in Indonesia

Wayland Town Crier 7/5/15: Wayland resident earns Fulbright to teach in Indonesia. Hiram Reynolds of Wayland, 24, a recent graduate of Tufts University, where he majored in Chinese, has been offered a Fulbright U.S. Student Program grant to Indonesia for an English Teaching Assistantship, according to the U.S. Department of State and the J.

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Marlborough, Natick, Wayland schools receive funding from Middlesex DA’s office

Wayland Town Crier 7/2/15: Marlborough, Natick, Wayland schools receive funding from Middlesex DA’s office. Four local high schools are among 21 that received collectively $10,500 from the Middlesex District Attorney’s Office for substance-free after-prom and graduation events, District Attorney Marian Ryan announced today.

Wayland School Committee policy under review

Wayland Town Crier 7/2/15: Wayland School Committee policy under review. The Wayland School Committee received the policy on “Student Activity Accounts” at its June 22 meeting and updated it to reflect changes in statutes and regulations. Citizens who wish to review the revised wording of this policy are encouraged to view the policy

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