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Police seek public help identifying individuals

The Wayland, Millis, Medway, Holliston and Framingham Police Departments are conducting an investigation into a theft/larceny from several area Middle…

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Don't miss Wailin’ Wednesdays at the Wayland Town Center

Next event is Wednesday, July 29 at The Town Green in the Wayland Town Center

The businesses of the Wayland Town Center are proud to present the ne…

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Wayland Library Partners with Hoopla Digital to Give Patrons Online and Mobile Access to Free Movies, Music, eBooks and More

Library card-holders can instantly explore, borrow and enjoy dynamic content on their smartphones, tablets, and PCs

Wayland Free Public Library tod…

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New date set for Wayland Town Meeting in fall

Wayland Town Crier 7/22/15: New date set for Wayland Town Meeting in fall. The Board of Selectmen has scheduled the date for special Town Meeting to Monday, November 9, with a second night on November 10, if necessary. The warrant is expected to be open from August 25 to September 2.

Documents re…

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Friday Night Flicks on the Weston Town Green: Twenty Feet from Stardom on July 31

Friday Night Flicks, Friday July 10-31, at 8-11pm at Weston Town Green

Weston Media Center, Weston Public Library and Weston Recreation D…

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Driving for P.A.R. Charity Golf Tournament

On August 15, 2015 at 10:00 am at Wayland Country Club, the Driving for P.A.R. foundation is hosting the first annual Driving for P.A.R. charity golf …

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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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Two Wayland boards violated state’s Open Meeting Law

Wayland Town Crier 7/29/15: Two Wayland boards violated state’s Open Meeting Law. The Wayland School Committee and Finance Committee both violated the state Open Meeting Law, according to decisions last week from the Attorney General’s Office. The rulings came after complaints were filed by a local attorney and the MetroWest Daily News.

Sunfish Sailing lessons at Wayland Town Beach


Wayland Town Beach Sunfish Sailing Lessons Schedule Now offering one-hour sailing lessons, Monday-Thursday, weeks starting August 3 and August 10

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Wayland resident wins award at Wheaton College

Wayland Town Crier 7/26/15: Wayland resident wins award at Wheaton College. Kenya Heard of Wayland was recently recognized with the Outstanding Student in Business & Economics Award at Wheaton College in Wheaton, Illinois.


Missing Beyond Beans’ blueberry muffins since J.J. McKay’s closed?

beyond beans blueberry muffins

They are now available at Mel’s Commonwealth Cafe.

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College: Fletcher keeps moving on up at Hamilton

Wayland Town Crier 7/23/15: College: Fletcher keeps moving on up at Hamilton. There’s no stopping Morgan Fletcher, mainly because she’s constantly moving from one thing to the next. Once her sophomore season at Hamilton College wrapped up on the lacrosse field, Fletcher was off to take a class at Dartmouth. Now with that completed,

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The Concord Players presents William Shakespeare’s The Comedy of Errors


The Concord Players presents William Shakespeare’s The Comedy of Errors to be performed on the lawn in front of the Concord Main Library, Saturdays and Sundays, July 25 and 26 and August 1 and 2 at 5:30 PM,

Free admission. Bring a chair or blanket and enjoy one of Shakespeare’s best known comedies.


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Support Martin Greene in his Pan Mass Challenge ride


Martin Greene is riding in the 36th Pan-Mass Challenge (PMC), the nation’s largest sports fundraising event raising money for research and care at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (DFCI). He will be one of 6,000 cyclists attempting to raise a record $45 million bringing the PMC’s 36-year total to $500 million! This success is the result

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