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Wayland to continue testing athletes and students in extracurricular activities

Wayland Town Crier 5/16/21: Wayland to continue testing athletes and students in extracurricular activities. The School Committee plans to continue its policy of required testing…

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Tree worker hospitalized after cutting arm with chainsaw in Wayland

Channel 7 News 5/14/2021: Tree worker hospitalized after cutting arm with chainsaw in Wayland. A worker cut his arm with a chainsaw while cutting trees…

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Clothing Drive for Cradles to Crayons

Eighth grader Jake O’Leary is Wayland’s 8th grade ambassador for Project 351, and their first Project 351 community service project is a clothing drive for…

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Did you know Malcolm X lived in Boston?: Wayland students take unique tour

Wayland Town Crier 5/13/2021: Did you know Malcolm X lived in Boston?: Wayland students take unique tour. A diverse group of 60 METCO and Wayland…

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Posted in Council on Aging

Zoom With Whom: Juliette Fay

Thursday, May 20, 1:30pm. Wayland’s Juliette Fay is the author of five award-winning novels, with a sixth due out in September. She will talk about…

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Posted in Council on Aging

Functional Foods and Cognitive Health

Wed., May 19, 1:30pm on Zoom. Nutritionist Traci Robidoux, RD, LDN, from Baypath Elder Services returns to talk about foods that offer health benefits beyond…

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It’s Tick Season in Wayland: Keep Yourself Safe from Ticks and Tick-Borne Illnesses

Ticks are found all around New England, especially in wooded areas like Wayland. While many people may find a tick on themselves, only a small…

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