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Parents, teens invited to relax Thursday at Winter Blues Celebration in Wellesley

An event called Winter Blues Celebration will be held Thursday from 6-8pm at Wellesley College Club, mixing live blues music, a light meal/refreshments and information about the latest science on preventing anxiety and depression from starting in kids. Parents, teens, educators and health care providers will take home practical activities to improve grit/resilience in all […]

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Martin Luther King, Jr. Day in Wellesley

Wellesley town offices, libraries and schools — as well as the dump — are closed on Monday, Jan. 19, in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. One way you can celebrate MLK’s birthday is by attending an event at the Wellesley Community Center on Monday from 11:30am to 1:30pm that will feature interactive activities, […]

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On second thought, let’s walk to school on Tuesday instead

Sprague Elementary School kids and families were supposed to be walking to school today, but given the frigid weather in Wellesley, Walk to School Day has been postponed until Tuesday, Jan. 13. RELATED: -2 in Wellesley Where to Sled in Wellesley

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Wellesley North 40 public info sessions set for January

The North 40 story is still far from over, even though the town of Wellesley last month agreed to buy the property from Wellesley College for $35M. Here’s what’s next, according to a message from the Board of Selectmen: Please join the Board of Selectmen on SUNDAY, JANUARY 11, 2015 at 1:00 pm in the […]

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YMCA, others queue up to share plans for 900 Worcester St. in Wellesley

On the same week that Wellesley’s outdoor hockey rinks took shape near the high school, two outfits interested in building indoor rinks at 900 Worcester St., made public pitches. The 900 Worcester St. Recreation Use Committee on Tuesday held its first of four planned meetings to review responses to the Request For Information (RFI) distributed […]

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Wellesley Summer Theatre presents Virginia Woolf’s Orlando

Virginia Woolf’s Orlando, adapted by Sarah Ruhl, directed by Nora Hussey January 8 – February 2. 2015 Evenings: Thursday, Friday, & Saturday @ 7pm Matinees: Saturday & Sunday @ 2pm Ruth Nagel Jones Theatre Boston-area premiere of this gender-flipping novel-turned-play. $20 General Admission $10 for Seniors and Students To make a reservation call the box […]

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Wellesley Community Blood Drive on Jan. 5

The Wellesley Community Blood Drive will be held from 1-7pm on Jan. 5 at Wellesley Congregational Church at 2 Central St. For an appointment, call 1-800 RED CROSS (733-2767), or visit Get a $5 Dunkin Donuts gift card as well

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Water main break at Wellesley Ave./Washington Street: Expect delays

The Wellesley Police Department has issued a warning that the Wellesley Water Department is working to repair a water main break on Wellesley Avenue (Rt. 135) near Washington Street.  Wellesley Avenue is down to one lane in this area.  Traffic headed east on Rt. 135 is being detoured around the break.  Westbound traffic on Rt. […]

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