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Human Rights Commission being considered for Wayland

Wayland Town Crier 2/14/21: Human Rights Commission being considered for Wayland. A new Advisory Committee on Race is planning a virtual event on Sunday, Feb….

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Former Wayland students — one METCO, the other from town — examine race in a new podcast

Metrowest Daily News 2/18/21: Former Wayland students — one METCO, the other from town — examine race in a new podcast. Gloria Harrison’s father gave…

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Wayland’s Parlin Hospice Residence has closed

Wayland Town Crier 2/12/21: Wayland’s Parlin Hospice Residence has closed. The Miriam Boyd Parlin Hospice Residence has closed. Beth Israel Lahey Health, which owned the…

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Wayland Public Schools selection of Omar Easy as new superintendent

The following was submitted by the Wayland School Committee: The Wayland School Committee is delighted to announce that it has entered into negotiations with Dr….

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Wayland Superintendent Pick Is Everett Educator, Ex-NFL Player

Wayland Patch 1/29/21: Wayland Superintendent Pick Is Everett Educator, Ex-NFL Player. The Wayland School Committee on Friday took a major step toward picking a new…

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Wayland schools making progress on COVID-19 testing plan

Wayland Town Crier 1/27/21: Wayland schools making progress on COVID-19 testing plan. Wayland school officials are aiming to either join the state’s upcoming program for…

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Dudley Chateau Reopens For Dining —​ With Igloos

Wayland Patch 1/28/21: Dudley Chateau Reopens For Dining —​ With Igloos. The Dudley Château reopened for sit-down dining this week featuring a unique option not…

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