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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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Wayland resident mounts rock ‘n’ roll photo exhibit in backyard

Wayland Town Crier 5/11/20: Wayland resident mounts rock ‘n’ roll photo exhibit in backyard. “I’m not looking for anything from this other than to give people a reason to be outside and smile,” he said. “The weather is supposed to be in the 70s. It’s something to do.”

Wayland businesses surviving during COVID-19 pandemic

Wayland Town Crier 5/10/20: Wayland businesses surviving during COVID-19 pandemic. The COVID-19 pandemic has proven an economic crisis as much as a public health one, rippling out to affect businesses no matter the industry. Local businesses are no exception and owners have had to decide how they will respond. Some are finding unexpected growth, while some are hunkering down to wait out the crisis, and still others have gone so far as to temporarily change their business model.

Wayland Superintendent Arthur Unobskey to leave position in June 2021

Wayland Town Crier 5/8/20: Wayland Superintendent Arthur Unobskey to leave position in June 2021. The superintendent of Wayland Public Schools will leave his post at the end of the next school year. Arthur Unobskey, who has lead Wayland schools for three years, and the School Committee made the announcement in a joint letter to the community on Friday afternoon.

A ‘Rallying Cry’ For The Coronavirus Fight Born In Wayland

Wayland Patch 4/30/20: A ‘Rallying Cry’ For The Coronavirus Fight Born In Wayland. During times of national crisis, certain images can become a rallying point — be it firefighters raising a flag at ground zero, or Rosie the Riveter during World War II.

Life is a team sport and our job is to stay on the bench right now

Boston 25 News 3/31/20: Life is a team sport and our job is to stay on the bench right now. Being cooped up isn’t easy for the kids who want to get out there and play ball with their friends, and it certainly isn’t easy for the parents who have kids feeling antsy being cooped up.

Local Islamic center turns to virtual platforms during Ramadan

Boston 25 News 4/30/20: Local Islamic center turns to virtual platforms during Ramadan. With the global pandemic keeping houses of worship closed, for now, local Islamic centers have turned to virtual platforms to celebrate the holy month of Ramadan. “Ramadan is a time of community. It’s a time of coming together, meeting old friends, praying together. Taking part in all of our traditions together,” said Amer Syed, president of the Islamic Center of Boston, Wayland. “Unfortunately, we won’t be able to do that in person this year.”

Wayland cable station paves the road to many career paths

Wayland Town Crier 4/27/20: Wayland cable station paves the road to many career paths. As WayCAM, Wayland’s community access TV studio, looks to its future and a possible expansion of its facilities on the Wayland High School campus, a glance at its impact reveals an impressive number of media careers that trace their start to introductory TV classes at Wayland High.