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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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Weston and Wayland students honored for community service

Wayland Town Crier 1/23/20: Weston and Wayland students honored for community service. Ten extraordinary sophomores from Wayland and Weston were recognized on Nov. 21 for their contributions of service in their communities by the Rotary Club of Weston and Wayland. Each of the students received the Rotary’s Rising Youth Leadership Award (RYLA).

Remembering Jean Pratt & her 101st birthday carousel ride

Wayland Town Crier 1/25/20: Remembering Jean Pratt & her 101st birthday carousel ride. Jean’s obituary is online here.

No more Pokémon trading at Wayland’s Claypit Elementary School

Wayland Town Crier 1/24/20: No more Pokémon trading at Wayland’s Claypit Elementary School. A new rule at a local elementary school has sent Pokémon cards to the principal’s office, after a school official concluded the trading card craze had disrupted learning.

Wayland-based foundation awards $10K to MetroWest social services

Wayland Town Crier 1/18/20: Wayland-based foundation awards $10K to MetroWest social services. Wayland-based Parmenter Foundation (parmenterfoundation.org) awarded a $10,000 grant to continue its support of the innovative Behavioral Health Partners MetroWest (BHPMW). The organization opened in 2017 as a new initiative comprised of partners from four leading social service and behavioral health agencies, including Advocates, South Middlesex Opportunity Council, Spectrum Health Systems and Wayside Youth & Family Support Network.

Wayland board orders developer to clean up dirt piles on School Street property

Wayland Town Crier 1/16/20: Wayland board orders developer to clean up dirt piles on School Street property. The Conservation Commission has ordered the developer of 24 School St. to clean up a number of dirt piles on the property that he claims he did not dump. On Dec. 27, Conservation Administrator Linda Hansen, after cutting her holiday vacation short, issued an enforcement order to Chris D’Antonio after she had received a Dec. 26 call from George Bernard, who lives next door, who said several trucks had dumped dirt on the property.

Wayland Seeks Bids For New Town Community Center

Wayland Patch 1/14/20: Wayland Seeks Bids For New Town Community Center. Wayland has issued a request-for-proposals (RFP) for a new community center to house the Council on Aging, recreation activities, and other town functions. The RFP is seeking bids for land or an existing building to lease that’s up to 21,000 square-feet, according to the bid.

Bagel Table to open new Wayland location

Wayland Patch 1/8/20: Bagel Table to open new Wayland location. Bagel Table, a popular local chain with locations in Ashland and Chestnut Hill, will open its third location soon in Wayland — and will take the place of a national chain whose bagels are perhaps a little less authentic. The Wayland Bagel Table is set to open on January 15 in the former Panera Bread, 21 Andrew Ave., at the Wayland Town Center, town officials have confirmed. Bagel Table sells New York-style bagels that are “crispy on the outside, chewy on the inside.”   Bagel Table is online here.