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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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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!

Wayland Restaurant Fails Underage Alcohol Compliance Check

Wayland Patch 11/4/19: Wayland Restaurant Fails Underage Alcohol Compliance Check. A Wayland restaurant failed a liquor compliance check last week when a bartender served to underage buyers, according to Wayland police. The Board of Selectmen will hold a hearing to determine if the 110 Grill, 171 Commonwealth Road, violated the terms of its liquor license.

Wayland HS Field Hockey Team Is Coed And Not Everybody’s Cheering

CBS Boston 10/30/19: Wayland HS Field Hockey Team Is Coed And Not Everybody’s Cheering. In the first round of the high school field hockey playoff tournament Thursday afternoon, Wayland beat Wakefield 2-1. And both of Wayland’s goals were scored by boys on the team.

Rail trail in Weston and Wayland officially open

Wayland Town Crier 10/29/19: Rail trail in Weston and Wayland officially open. Wayland and Weston residents gathered on Saturday morning to celebrate the new rail trail with a ribbon cutting. The event was the culmination of months of hard work and years of advocacy.

Residents applaud return of apple orchard in Wayland

Wayland Town Crier 10/29/19: Residents applaud return of apple orchard in Wayland. Apples have always had a special place in New England history. The region’s climate is particularly conducive, allowing a variety of different apples to flourish here. In fact, the first apple orchard on the North American continent was planted in Boston in 1625, dating back to the founding of the original Massachusetts colonies. The town of Wayland has its own piece of that history through the Heard Farm Heirloom Orchard, located on the 85-acre conservation land of the same name.

DESE Arts Ambassadors Teams Announced

Massachusetts Art Educators Association 10/29/19: DESE Arts Ambassadors Teams Announced. We are excited to share that many of the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education Arts Education Ambassadors are Visual Arts Educators and MAEA Members! Congratulations to Visual Art Educators Louis Martinez, [Wayland Middle School art teacher] Peter Curran, Alice Gentili, Andrew Dexter, Timmary Leary, and Steve Aldeus.

Wayland resident to star in ‘Funny Girl’ at Concord Players

Wayland Town Crier 10/23/19: Wayland resident to star in ‘Funny Girl’ at Concord Players. Anyone with even the faintest knowledge of Broadway musicals knows that Barbra Streisand is inextricably identified with Fanny Brice, the central character in the Broadway musical “Funny Girl.” It is the role that catapulted her to stardom. Her tender and achingly beautiful rendition of the show’s celebrated ballad, “People,” placed her at the zenith of American popular vocalists, a position she has yet to yield. So, can a talented young performer step into the role of an icon whose life was immortalized by an iconic performer more than 50 years later? A smart one can.