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Mission: to bring the yoga community together to create seva (selfless service). Through the gift of yoga, Yoga Reaches Out focuses on raising funds for organizations that impact the health, education, and well-being of children.

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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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Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day, Saturday, March 25

Pre-registration required.  Free to Wayland residents!  Registration forms available online here (or at Wayland Town Building lobby, Council on Aging,…

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Superintendent Search Candidate Finalist Q&A

The public is invited to attend the School Committee interviews of the four superintendent candidate finalists and participate in a Q & A period a…

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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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The safest cities in Massachusetts 2017

alarms.org The safest cities in Massachusetts 2017. Wayland once again ranked #1 in safety in the state, with the following description: Wayland takes…

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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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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 writing and playing songs as a child. His family includes musicians and music lovers, and growing up he listened to a variety of genres including gospel, oldies and classical. And, Zaitchik

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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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Wayland Police solve larceny case

On Thursday, March 9, 2017, a Wayland resident reported that a past larceny had occurred at their residence while they had contractors at the residence for work being done on March 6, 2017.

An investigation by Wayland Detective Sergeant Jamie Berger was started and revealed that one of the workers at the residence had stolen

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One Wayland business fails tobacco compliance check

On Thursday March 23, the Wayland Police Department conducted tobacco compliance checks of local businesses that sell tobacco products. An underage youth was sent into the establishments with instructions to attempt to purchase tobacco without showing any identification. One, of the thirteen establishments checked, sold a tobacco product to the underage youth. Wayland Mobil, 315 Commonwealth Road, will be referred to the Wayland Board of Health for enforcement action. The Wayland Police Department regularly conducts compliance checks at local businesses in an effort to reduce the underage consumption of alcohol or tobacco products.

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News and Events from the Wayland Library, March 24, 2017

ADULT PROGRAMS AND WORKSHOPS:

WAYLAND READS began on March 17! The idea of “one book, one city” originated in 1998 with a Seattle librarian named Nancy Pearl. In the years since, such programs have cropped up in cities, towns, schools, and colleges across the country and the world. Wayland Reads is thus part

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