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Town Coronavirus Hotline: 508-358-6805


Disclosure: Waylandenews Executive Director Kim Reichelt is a member of the Wayland School Committee. Her work on this site, however, is as an individual, not as a member of the School Committee.

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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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Blood Drive in Wayland, July 27

Wayland High School’s Red Cross Club is giving back to the community with a blood drive! This event will take place on July 27th, 2020, at the Trinita…

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2020 Local Election Results and Ballot Question

Winners in contested races are as follows:

Board of Selectmen: Cherry Karlson and Dave Watkins
School Committee: Chris Ryan and Jeanne Downs…

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Missing Dog: Myko is missing from Rice Rd to Weston Estates area

Three year-old 10lb all black Maltipoo named Myko went missing last night (Wednesday, May 20) at approximate 9pm from his home on Covered Bridge Lane….

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Donate to the COVID-19 Relief Fund


Wayland COVID-19 Reflief Fund at

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Town of Wayland COVID-19 Update: Wear Masks When Conducting Essential Business

To: All Residents
From: Board of Selectmen
Date: April 20, 2020 at 11:30 am
Re: COVID-19: Wear Masks When Conducting Essential Business

The Board of …

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Mariachi band spotted at party for longtime Wayland resident

Wayland Town Crier 7/2/20: Mariachi band spotted at party for longtime Wayland resident. Anne Nawawi, a longtime resident of Cochituate, celebrated a special birthday in a unique way with a “socially distant” garden party and a surprise performance by the Boston Fiesta Mariachi Band. The party was attended by neighborhood friends and organized by

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More than 100 Massachusetts school committees demand state pay for COVID supplies

Boston Globe 7/1/20: More than 100 Massachusetts school committees demand state pay for COVID supplies. More than 100 school committees across Massachusetts have passed resolutions in recent weeks imploring the state to cover all costs districts will incur next school year protecting students, staff, and others from the coronavirus. The school committees are

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Important information from the Health Department on Mosquitoes

Protecting yourself from mosquito bites and preventing mosquito breeding in your yard

Warm weather and periodic rain is expected through the next couple of weeks (or longer) and there will continue to be increased mosquito breeding and activity in the area. Based on current information provided by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health (MDPH),

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Outdoor Concert: The Standards, 50s and 60s Oldies

A sense of fun and normalcy returns with the ninth annual Community Outdoor Concert Series sponsored by the Wayland Council on Aging. The concert will be held at the Wayland Town Building. It is by RESERVATION only. Concerts will be structured differently this year to adhere to state and Wayland Health Dept. safety guidelines for

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Award Winners at Wayland High School

Awards winners at Wayland High School in arts and athletics:

Fine Arts Awards Boosters Winter Newsletter including awards

Joint statement from Wayland officials

Below is a joint statement from the Wayland Town Administrator, Chief of Police, Police Lieutenant, and Executive Board members of the Wayland Police Officers Union regarding Wayland Police and an invitation to the community to discuss racism and police interaction. It is also available as a PDF online here

“I have a dream that

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News and Events from the Wayland Library, June 27, 2020


Reopening, Step 2: Bring ‘Em Back Alive. Starting July 6, you can rid yourself of those stacks of library materials that have been hanging around all spring. Just put them in the black hamper next to the parking lot door (the book drops will remain sealed). In addition, we’re expanding curbside pickup and

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