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Official Wellesley Boil Water notice due to E. coli finding

Here’s the official notice from Wellesley officials that you’ve all been waiting for…As of 2:20pm Thursday, a reverse 911 call was in the process of being delivered. Word of the problem started swirling on social media around noon.                         Wellesley Police added these gory details: […]

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Wellesley residents, businesses warned to boil water

Wellesley residents are being told by public officials not to drink tap water unless they boil it first following a positive E. coli test at one of the Town’s reservoirs. [UPDATE 2:30pm Official Town Release on Water Warning] One Swellesley reader was told that Dunkin’ Donuts on Linden Street and Quebrada in Wellesley Hills had stopped […]

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Wellesley Media offering video, music classes at library

Wellesley Media Corporation will add two new classes to its digital media production class offerings in Jackie’s Room at the Wellesley Library beginning in September.  Digital video editing using Final Cut Pro X will be a three-part class offered from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. on three consecutive Mondays, Sept 15, 22, & 29.   Instructor will be […]

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Wellesley/Needham Leagues of Women Voters co-hosting Pre-Primary State Senate Candidate Forum on August 27

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Wellesley Scout sign-up Sept. 4

Sign up for Cub Scouts, Webelos, Boy Scouts, co-ed Venture Crew, Daisies, Brownies, Junior, Cadette, Senior or Ambassador Girl Scouts all at one convenient location at the Wellesley Scout Roundup. Try out cool Scout STEM projects like soda bottle rockets and a hovercraft.  Learn about our outdoor adventures and check out our tent and mock […]

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Wellesley Mothers Forum celebrates summer at Morses Pond

The Wellesley Mothers Forum held its annual cookout at Morses Pond on Saturday. Looks like attendees had a good time, and no, that isn’t the pond the kids are sitting in (photos courtesy of Swapan Jha and Mothers Forum). Upcoming events include a new member soiree (Sept. 9) and fall carnival (Sept. 20).       […]

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Musical Pippin playing in Wellesley Aug. 22-23

Pippin, the Musical will be performed by Wellesley Theatre Project students on Aug. 22 (7pm) and 23 (2pm), and the shows at Babson College’s Sorenson Center are open to the public. Many interpretations of Pippin have been performed over the years, and the nonprofit WTP’s will take the story to the streets of San Francisco […]

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Open garden tour to piggyback on North 40 trail walk

Weston Road community gardeners plan to host an open garden tour on Saturday, Aug. 9 from 9-11am, complementing the North 40 guided trail walk organized by the Wellesley Trails Committee from 9-10am that day. The walk begins and ends at the Morses Pond entrance at Turner Road, and makes a stop at the community gardens. The […]

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Proud of their Wellesley historic home plaque

To The Editor We were very pleased to receive a plaque from the Wellesley Historical Commission for our house at 75 Abbott Road (plaque is on the right front of house). We have lived there for over 35 years and appreciate being able to attach a plaque which honors this wonderful house. Built in 1901 by Elizabeth […]

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Police warn that Level 3 sex offender is attending college in Wellesley

The Wellesley Police Department has issued a notice that a convicted Level 3 sex offender is attending MassBay Community College. Sex offenders are categorized into 3 levels in Massachusetts, with those designated as Level 3 offenders considered most likely to re-offend. More info on the 20-year-old male can be found on the Wellesley Police Department […]

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