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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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Fee increase at transfer station

Wayland Town Crier 4/9/19: Fee increase at transfer station. Residents will see some fees increase at the transfer station after last month’s $100,000 emergency infusion so the station can meet expenses. The Board of Public Works voted 4-1 this month to increase sticker and pay-as-you-throw (PAYT) bag fees. The vote also creates bulky waste disposal fees.

LSRHS guidance counselor selected as next WHS assistant principal

Wayland Student Press Network 4/9/19: LSRHS guidance counselor selected as next WHS assistant principal. WHS Principal Allyson Mizoguchi announced the new assistant principal and James Nocito’s replacement to be Laura Cole after a process of interviewing and community meets.

Wayland resident earns highest honor in Girl Scouts

Wayland Town Crier 4/9/18: Wayland resident earns highest honor in Girl Scouts. Wayland High School junior Amelia Ao has earned the highest award in Girl Scouting – the Gold Award – for creating therapeutic art workshops to help local seniors. Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts will honor Ao and other Gold Award winners with a ceremony in June at the State House.

‘The Homecoming’ is filmed at WHS

Wayland Student Press 4/7/19: ‘The Homecoming’ is filmed at WHS. “The Homecoming” is a self-funded film directed by former WHS alumnus Andrew Pilkington. The film is about a football star who loves to dance and falls in love at a dance camp. The film crew visited WHS on Friday, March 22 to film a locker room scene.

New art gallery opens in Wayland town center

Wayland Student Press 4/7/19: New art gallery opens in Wayland town center. The Town of Wayland prides itself on fostering a community that supports its local artists. The W Gallery, sponsored by Arts Wayland, is providing artists a new place to show their artwork.

WHS FRC Team 5735 to Compete at NE District Championship!

The WHS FRC Team 5735, The Control Freaks, qualified to compete at the New England District Championship to be held at WPI April 11-13. The team is one of 64 (out of an original 203) teams to qualify which is exciting and gratifying for our young team. Coach Christine Chiang said, “Among our years of competing in FRC, this is our fourth trip to the NE Championship. We are competing against the best of the best in New England.”

Ex-schoolmate of slain Wayland girl writes play on grief

Milford Daily News 4/6/19: Ex-schoolmate of slain Wayland girl writes play on grief. Nearly eight years after the murder of recent Wayland High School graduate Lauren Astley, a New York City play written by one of Astley’s friends deals with the lifelong process of coping with grief.