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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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Missing Cat: Charlie is an-all black cat missing from Millbrook Rd/Rail Trail

Charlie is an all black, short-haired female kitty. She is very friendly and hangs out on the rail trail. Her family lives on Millbrook Rd, along the …

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Wayland Police collecting Toys for Tots

The Wayland Police Department is excited to announce we will be collecting toys donated this year for the United States Marine Corp Reserve “Toys for …

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WCPA Kids' Concert: The Stacey Peasley Band, Veterans Day

The Wayland Children & Parents Association is once again hosting its annual Veterans Day children’s concert! Dance and sing to the rockin’ music a…

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Support Project Pajama

“The children were nestled, all snug in their beds…”

Are you looking for a great way to get your kids involved in giving back this holiday season? Pl…

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Police seek help identifying credit card thief

Help the @WPD25 identify and locate this suspect involved in a Theft case. Please use this link for additional information or to provide a tip!

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Wayland girl, 12, to compete on Food Network’s ‘Chopped Junior’ Tuesday

Boston Globe 11/11/19: Wayland girl, 12, to compete on Food Network’s ‘Chopped Junior’ Tuesday. A 12-year-old Wayland girl will test her cooking skills Tuesday night as she competes on a Thanksgiving episode of Food Network’s “Chopped Junior.” Maya Noyes, a seventh grader at Wayland Middle School, said the judges on the children’s cooking show

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No reported injuries when car crashes into gas meter at Wayland shopping center

Wayland Town Crier 11/12/19: No reported injuries when car crashes into gas meter at Wayland shopping center. A shopping center was evacuated Monday afternoon after a car crashed into a gas line outside the building, causing a gas leak. Nobody was injured in the crash, said Fire Capt. Jim Gemelli.

Buy turkey pops for Thanksgiving and support Parmenter food pantry

7th year running. Turkey Pops! Amy’s Sweet Solutions will donate a dozen cupcakes to Parmenter food pantry for every dozen turkey cake pops ordered (only $36). Treat your friends and family with these yummy, fun cake pops while helping to feed our hungry neighbors. Everyone will be thankful! Order now and please share this offer

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A new option for composting in Wayland

Wayland Town Crier 11/9/19: A new option for composting in Wayland. Local grassroots organization Energize Wayland is excited to partner with Black Earth Compost, which provides a weekly curbside pickup service for household organics.

Why do politicians want to campaign at the dump?

Wayland Town Crier 11/9/19: Why do politicians want to campaign at the dump? A local lawyer is claiming [Sudbury’s] ban on organized activity at its transfer station is a violation of his First Amendment rights.

Wayland seventh-grader competes on ‘Chopped Junior’

Metrowest Daily News 11/9/19: Wayland seventh-grader competes on ‘Chopped Junior’. Wayland Middle Schooler Maya Noyes, 12, remembers watching “Chopped” for the first time with her family when she was 5 years old. “I fell in love,” said Maya, now a seventh-grader, about the Food Network reality show. “I thought, ‘I want to be on

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Parents oppose so-called ‘flip’ of elementary, high school start times

Boston Fox 25 News 11/8/19: Parents oppose so-called ‘flip’ of elementary, high school start times. The issue of school start times is causing a heated and emotional debate in many Massachusetts communities. Elementary school students in Dover and Sherborn currently catch the bus between 7:30am and 8am to get them to school by 8:35am.

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