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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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"Stop telling me what to do!!" Helping kids with ADHD with less yelling and more cooperation, October 2 at WMS

October 2, 2018   7-8:30pm at Wayland Middle School

Are you tired of struggling with your child or teen over school, homework or chores? Do you eve…

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Wayland to hold Special Town Election October 2 with question on Sale of Recreational Marijuana

The Wayland Special Town Election will be held on Tuesday, October 2, 2018. This is a ballot question to ban the sale of recreational marijuana in Way…

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Join Wayland’s Community Emergency Response Team

This fall and early winter, Wayland’s Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) will be conducting training for those who are interested in becoming …

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Flu Clinic dates for Wayland residents announced

2018 Senior Flu Clinic Schedule Press Release

The Wayland Health Department will again be offering Appointment-based Flu Vaccination Clinics. High-Do…

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Missing Cat: Callie is a calico missing from King St area

Callie has been lost since August 25—from King Street area in Cochituate.  Callie is a calico cat, female, 13 years old, missing one of her hind legs….

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WSCP Adds Yoga to Fall Enrichment Offerings

Enrollment is continuing for K-5 after-school classes offered by Wayland School Community Programs with the recent addition of KidPowerment Joyful Warrior Yoga at the three elementary schools. Designed for ages 7 – 11, the program will familiarize young practitioners with yoga tools aimed at strengthening their bodies and calming their minds. The schedule is:

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Tape grass threatens Dudley Pond

Metrowest Daily News 9/18/18: Tape grass threatens Dudley Pond. Work will begin at Dudley Pond this week to remove invasive tape grass, which threatens the popular recreation spot. “It’s impossible to swim there and boat there,” said Mike Lowery, who has lived near the pond for 25 years. Approximately nine of the pond’s 84

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Join Wayland Boy Scouts 

Camping on a Maine Island, biking into Boston and earning an Environmental Science Badge are just some of the fall activities we have planned. No previous scouting experience required! You’re not too old if you’d like to try Scouting or want to

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MetroWest domestic violence nonprofit celebrates 20 years

Wayland Town Crier 9/16/18: MetroWest domestic violence nonprofit celebrates 20 years. After 20 years of fighting against domestic violence, there’s one image Karen Cohen can’t shake from her memory. During a vigil in honor of all who were slain one year, someone covered a pew with a white sheet, placing on it

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Wayland Buzz Spotlight on October 2 Election to Permanently Ban Recreational Marijuana sales in Wayland

Host Susan Wagner focuses on the special election on October 2nd to permanently ban the sale of recreational marijuana altogether in Wayland. The current moratorium on marijuana sales expires at the end of 2018. Town officials are in favor of a permanent ban, and that’s the subject of the October 2nd election. We’ll look

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40B project opposed by neighbors

Metrowest Daily News 5/15/18: 40B project opposed by neighbors. Despite opposition from neighbors who say a proposed housing development is too big and harmful to the environment, its developer is optimistic the project will be built. The proposed Windsor Place, at 24 School St., would include 12 townhouses, all rentals, in two buildings. Three

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Go4Life® Family Fun Walk, October 13

Join us on the new Wayland Rail Trail for an intergenerational walk with fun giveaways and prizes. Let’s all encourage each other to live an active, healthy lifestyle! Walking is a great way to get and stay healthy.

Date: Saturday, October 13, 2018 Time/Place: 9:30 – 11:00 at the Wayland Rail Trail Walk a

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