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Wellesley gets Aaa from tough grader Moody’s

Moody’s Investors Service has assigned a Aaa rating to the Town of Wellesley’s (MA) $52 million General Obligation Municipal Purpose Loan of 2015 Bonds and $14 million General Obligation Taxable Municipal Purpose Loan of 2015 Bonds as well as a MIG 1 rating to $4.1 million General Obligation Bond Anticipation Notes (dated June 15, 2015 […]

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One more Wellesley road race: Dash for Pet Cancer 5K run/walk

In honor of pets and the people who love them, Unleashed by Petco will host its Dash for Pet Cancer 5K and Fun Run – benefitting the Petco Foundation’s Pet Cancer Awareness Campaign – on Saturday, May 30 at Elm Bank Reservation on the Wellesley/Dover/Natick lines. The event celebrates the conclusion of Pet Cancer Awareness […]

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Wellesley boys wanted for summer soccer

Parents of Prospective High School Boys Soccer Players:  On behalf of the captains of the Fall 2015 Wellesley High School boys soccer team, we are again organizing registration in a summer soccer league in which many towns in the area participate. New this year, we will enter 2 teams, based on growing participation and input […]

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Wellesley a cappella group cracks WGBH-2 TV’s Sing That Thing! finale

Wellesley’s None of the Above is among the 8 semifinalists to perform on the special one hour finale episode of Sing That Thing! this Friday, May 22 at 8pm on WGBH 2. A total of 23 groups were selected to perform during the inaugural season of Sing That Thing!, which premiered on April 17. The participants fall into four […]

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Thank you to veterans’ flag volunteers

May 18, 2015 On behalf of the Department of Veterans’ Services, the Wellesley Veterans’ Organizations and the families of Veterans buried in the Woodlawn Cemetery, I would like to thank everyone who volunteered to join us in replacing the United States Flags on the Veterans graves. It was thoughtful of you to take the time out of […]

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World Language Night at Wellesley Public Schools

From Wellesley Public Schools: Please join us for an evening of learning and celebration as Dr. Helena Curtain, world-renowned elementary world language expert, joins us to launch our new K-12 World Language program in Wellesley. Dr. Curtain is the former Elementary World Language Coordinator for Milwaukee Public Schools, and has taught elementary through university level. […]

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Wellesley Cultural Council seeks your input

The Wellesley Cultural Council, the local presence of the Massachusetts Cultural Council, is eager to learn what residents of Wellesley think about the state of their cultural lives in town, and is also seeking to broaden its membership.  We on the WCC are currently conducting a survey of Wellesley residents so we can learn what […]

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Honk, Jr. & Urinetown, the Musical on tap in Wellesley this weekend

Wellesley Theatre Project (WTP) will present the musicals, Honk Jr. and Urinetown, the Musical Thursday, May 14, Friday May 15, and Saturday May 16.  All performances will take place at the Wilson Middle School Auditorium, 22 Rutledge Road, Natick. Tickets are priced $12 for adults and $6 for students and seniors, and may be purchased online at www.wellesleytheatreproject.org in advance, or at […]

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