• Discussion Forum
  • Weekly Newsletter
  • Yard Sale
  • News
  • Town Events
  • Philanthropy & Fundraising
  • Volunteering
  • Announcements
  • Ask the Vet
  • Lost & Found
  • Summer Outdoor Concert Series
Disclosure: Waylandenews Executive Director Kim Reichelt is a member of the Wayland School Committee


Non-Profit Spotlight:
Sudbury-Wayland-Lincoln Domestic Violence Roundtable

Sudbury-Wayland-Lincoln Domestic Violence Roundtable is an all-volunteer nonprofit organization of men and women incorporated in 1999. The goal of the Roundtable is to raise awareness about the issue of domestic violence through community education and networking and to improve the coordination between public and private services for victims and families touched by domestic violence.

On the web here



Advanced Search

Found Bird: Blue Australian Pudgy

Found Bird: This little blue Australian pudgy has been hanging out in a Wayland yard. He’s in good hands, but it would be great to get him reunited with his family.  He seems to be in perfect health.  If he’s yours, message Kim at

Lost Cat: Simba lost from Happy Hollow/Pequot area

Simba was reporting missing on His detailed information is online here.

Simba is orange and white, and last seen on April 20 near Happy Hollow Rd and Pequot.

If you have information on Simba, you can contact the owner via the contact link on this page.

Lost Cat: Figgy is missing from Pine Brook Rd home

Figgy is a female cat, friendly and is about 3 years old.  She may or may not have her collar on and is missing from Pine Brook Road. If you have any information on Figgy, you can call or text Darin at 508-735-4682 or reach him by email at

Found: Black Cat on Decatur Lane

Missing a Black Cat? Since Friday, April 28, a black cat with no collar has been frequenting a yard on Decatur Lane. If you’re missing a cat that fits that description, contact Scott at 508-276-3221, and he can show you where the cat is hiding out.

Dog Sighting: Medium Sized Brown Dog

Sighted: a medium-sized brown dog running down Stonebridge Road, on the road, on Thursday April 6 at 7pm. The dog had curly fur, and was darker around the nose (and maybe on the chest?). The dog was running towards 126.

Lost: Wedding Band lost at Wayland Town Beach

A man’s wedding band was lost at the Wayland Town Beach on Tuesday, September 13. The owner had been swimming, so it could be either on the beach or in the water.  The band is gold and is engraved with “Pat & Rob 1968” on the inside. It is 48 years old, and obviously has great sentimental value. Large reward offered. If you have any information on the band, please contact Erika at

Dog found on West Plain

Dog FoundThis dog was found in the area of west Plain Street today. To claim the dog, contact Wayland Animal Control at 508-358-3625