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Ahoy matey, the Wellesley ABC Gala is on the horizon

Order tickets here. Your donation to Wellesley ABC makes a difference, especially as the cost of energy, food, insurance, and other expenses has increased significantly.  Funds raised go to: $16,000 –   Academic Affairs $28,100 –   Compensation 28,300 –     Groceries $8,000 –    Medical insurance $16,700 –   Utilities $10,600  –  Student Life […]

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Starting ‘em younger at Dana Hall: 5th grade added to Wellesley private school

Dana Hall School, the all-girls day and boarding school for grades 6-12, announced Wednesday that it will be adding fifth grade to its Middle School for the 2016-17 academic year. The fifth-grade curriculum “will focus on foundational academic skills and feature an interdisciplinary approach that combines traditional concepts with opportunities for experiential learning, both on Dana’s vast […]

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Davidson family welcomes baby girl Mikaela

Dr. Terry Halperin, whose husband Michael was killed earlier this year at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, has given birth to Mikaela Jane Davidson, who was named after her dad and shares his initials. Mikaela was born on Saturday, April 4, and both she and mom are doing well, according to Brigham and Women’s. Mikaela has three siblings. […]

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Authors on Stage in Wellesley on May 5

The 35th annual Authors on Stage event to support the Wellesley College Library takes place on Tuesday, May 5, beginning with coffee at 9:45am and proceeding with the main program at 10:30am. Featured authors are Angela Flournoy (The Turner House), Mary Norris (Between You & Me) and Belinda Rathbone (The Boston Raphael). Cost: $27; an […]

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Save the Date: Wellesley Public Forum on Bicycle Safety on April 16

The Wellesley Bike Safety Committee is hosting a public forum at Town Hall on April 16 at 7:30pm. The committee wants your  input and ideas for improving bike safety and encouraging more cycling for recreational and transportation purposes in Wellesley. Come learn about the short and long term plans by the Town to make our roads safer for bicyclers. […]

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Wellesley seeking summer custodians

The Town of Wellesley recognizes the need to provide outstanding maintenance and operation services in its school and town buildings through its Facilities Maintenance Department (FMD). The FMD manages twenty buildings totaling over a million square feet, with a staff of 70 and an operating budget of over $7 million, plus a major capital projects […]

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