Author Archives: Deborah Brown

Wellesley Turkey Trot registration is open

The heat of August may be upon us, but that doesn’t stop the planners in town among us from looking ahead to fall. Registration has opened for what has become the traditional Wellesley Turkey Trot, slated for Thanksgiving morning and this year being supported by Bank of America. The Wellesley Turkey Trot Foundation says the following […]

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Summer reading whether you’re in Wellesley or on the beach

Ah, summer. Here at the Swellesley Report we’ve done the requisite family vacation from which we needed a vacation and have settled into the summer reading portion of the season. Here are reviews of four of the books we’ve gotten through so far… Go Set a Watchman, Harper Lee Hardcover, 288 pages Publisher, Thomas Nelson […]

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Beyond Wellesley, restaurant review for Cafe Piazza Dolce

Cafe Piazza Dolce 831 Main St. Winchester, MA This Italian cafe offers food with “classic Italian roots with a New Age feel.” Click here to see a review posted by Your Arlington, a blog that does what we do except about all things in the Arlington area. Thanks to reviewer Lori Uhland.   Check out […]

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WELLESLEY’S ST. PAUL SCHOOL CLOSING

            We’d been hearing rumors that St. Paul School at 502 Washington St., in Wellesley would not be opening this Fall. Unable to reach the school during its limited summer hours today, we put a few questions to St. John School in Wellesley Hills, and was redirected to the Archdiocese of Boston. […]

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Town of Wellesley looking for Planner

The Town of Wellesley is looking to fill an entry-level professional position for Planner. Current Planner Annie Ryan is leaving to pursue a Master’s in Planning at MIT. The candidate who fills her shoes will get to work on a project Ryan worked on as part of a team and of which she was particularly […]

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Update: Green’s Hardware and Nick’s House of Pizza

Green’s Hardware, which briefly closed to deal with ceiling repairs, is back open as of today. So if you’ve been procrastinating about getting your own household repairs done because you didn’t want to schlep all the way to Home Depot for supplies, no more excuses. A little further down Washington St., a sign on the […]

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Clouds don’t keep crowds away from Wellesley Square’s July Jubilation

Find the blogger in this picture. #Wellesley Square #JulyJubilation #WellesleyMerchants #shopping A photo posted by theswellesleyreport (@theswellesleyreport) on Jul 18, 2015 at 7:34pm PDT   Wellesley Square Merchants’ Association’s annual July Jubilation celebration offered up deeply discounted wares and plenty of family fun under cloudy skies that led people away from the beach and into […]

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Annual July Jubilation coming to Wellesley Square

Wellesley Square is revving up to host its annual July Jubilation celebration on Saturday, July 18, 9:30am – 4:30pm. The shopping and family fun extravaganza traditionally offers great bargains for shoppers and plenty of activities for kids. Over sixty merchants will join in with sidewalk sales, and also on hand will be a dunk tank, […]

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