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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.

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MWRTA launches pilot commuter shuttle on Route 20

Learn more about the Commuter Shuttle on Route 20 by clicking on the links, below:

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Information on Town Manager Special Act

The Town of Wayland posted the following regarding the Town Manager Special Act:

Town Manager Special Act

Working draft (June 19, 2019) (forthc…

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News and Events from the Wayland Library, June 15, 2019

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New! Aquarium Passes for July & August. No more dry summers!  The library now has passes for the New England Aquarium for Jul…

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Wayland Farmers' Market Celebrates 15th season, opens June 26

The 15th season of the Wayland Summer Farmer’s Market begins on Wednesday, June 26 from 12-5pm and runs weekly through October 9.

Located in the fron…

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Lenny Solomon Band in Concert, June 21

Singer/songwriter/guitarist Lenny Solomon’s style has been compared to John Prine, Guy Clark, and Jerry Jeff Walker. Solomon began his career in the l…

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Property Tax bills to go out this week, due August 1

First 1st quarter 2020 real estate and personal property bills will be going out in the mail the end of this week and will be due AUGUST 1st, 2019.

News and Events from the Wayland Library, June 23, 2019

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New! Aquarium Passes for July & August. No more dry summers! The library now has passes for the New England Aquarium for July and August. And they’re a better deal than ever: instead of $10 off the admission price, they’re now good for 50% off. Book now—they’ll go fast!

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A gay first lady? Yes, we’ve already had one, and here are her love letters.

Washington Post 6/20/19: A gay first lady? Yes, we’ve already had one, and here are her love letters.. In the summer of 1910, Evangeline Simpson Whipple told the caretaker of her home not to move anything in her absence. The wealthy widow was going on a trip, but would be back soon, she said.

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Two gold-rated houses open up in Wayland

Wayland Student Press 6/20/19: Two gold-rated houses open up in Wayland. As the issue of climate change continues to become more prevalent, activists and the common person alike are attempting to slow the rate of damage, or better yet, stop the environment from further deterioration.

Destruction of historic buildings causes controversy

Wayland Student Press Network 6/20/19: Destruction of historic buildings causes controversy. The decision to raze two historic buildings in the Wayland Town Center has set off a contentious relationship between local preservationists and the Trinitarian Congregational Church.

No Verizon cell tower at Wayland High School: School Committee rejects proposal

Wayland Town Crier 6/20/19: No Verizon cell tower at Wayland High School: School Committee rejects proposal. It’s back to the drawing board for Verizon Wireless, after the School Committee rejected putting a cell tower at Wayland High School.

Wayland Woman Honored As ‘Unsung Heroine’

Wayland Patch 6/20/19: Wayland Woman Honored As ‘Unsung Heroine’. A Wayland resident was honored as an unsung heroine for her work in the community. Jean Bates Pratt was honored at the Statehouse on Tuesday by the Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women.