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  • Lost Cat: Artie is missing from Old Connecticut Path Home
  • Comedy Night at Wayland High School, Friday, October 3
  • Orange Leaf fundraiser for Neighbor Brigade, Monday, September 29
  • Lost Cat: Chili is a tabby cat missing from his Bennett Rd home
  • The Local fundraiser for Wayland Public Schools Foundation, September 30
  • Found Cat: Grey cat with tabby markings found on Bow Rd.
  • Free Community Flu Clinics: Dates Announced

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The library subscribes to Ever wished you knew more about your family tree? Ever wondered if could help? Well this workshop may be just for you! On Tuesday, October 14, from 7-9 p.m. in the Raytheon Room we are going to take a closer look at this rich resource. We’ll discuss what information

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October is Massachusetts Archaeology Month


The Wayland Historical Commission will host its annual archaeology event on Saturday, October 18th at 2 PM. “Archaeology Squared: Adventures in Mapping” will be presented in the Large Hearing Room of the Wayland Town Building.

Alf Berry is a third generation land surveyor and a University of Maine graduate, with a wide variety of experience

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Performance Raises Awareness Of Teen Dating Violence To Honor Wayland Victim

CBS Boston 9/27/14: Performance Raises Awareness Of Teen Dating Violence To Honor Wayland Victim. A performance to draw attention to teen dating violence was presented in Lexington Saturday in honor of Lauren Astley, the Wayland teen who was killed in 2011 by her ex-boyfriend Nathaniel Fujita. Lauren’s father, Dr. Malcolm Astley, took part in

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Upcoming Events from the Wayland Council on Aging

OVERVIEW OF WAYLAND’S PROPERTY TAX RELIEF OPTIONS Wednesday, Oct. 8, 10:30am, Wayland COA at Town Building Presented by the Assessors Department in partnership with the Council On Aging Join us for coffee and an opportunity to learn more about the Massachusetts Circuit Breaker Credit including Wayland’s Circuit Breaker Match. There will also be an overview

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Wayland teenagers participate in Jimmy Fund Walk

Wayland Town Crier 9/26/14: Wayland teenagers participate in Jimmy Fund Walk. A group of seven Wayland teenagers donned their tennis shoes and participated in the 26th annual Boston Marathon Jimmy Fund Walk. The group walked the 26.2-mile Boston Marathon course on Sunday to raise money for cancer research. The team will also be hosting

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Mass. doctor says he knew Ebola risk

Wayland Town Crier 9/26/14: Mass. doctor says he knew Ebola risk. Dr. Rick Sacra knew what he was getting into when he went to Liberia in early August to treat very ill pregnant women and deliver babies at a time when the West African nation was dealing with an outbreak of Ebola. But Sacra,

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Proposed new tobacco regulations in Wayland

Wayland Town Crier 9/26/14: Proposed new tobacco regulations in Wayland. The Wayland Board of Health will hold a public hearing for changes to local tobacco regulations on Monday, Sept. 29 at 7 p.m. in the Wayland Town Building, located at 41 Cochituate Road. Changes include rescinding the existing local tobacco control regulations and adoption

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