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Newton-Wellesley Hospital using old cars to get guys in for health screenings

From Newton-Wellesley Hospital: According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), women are 100% more likely to visit the doctor for annual examinations and preventive services than men. In fact, men are less likely than women to visit the doctor until they’re experiencing the symptoms of a serious ailment. Newton-Wellesley Hospital is hosting its first […]

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Wellesley town-wide Yard Sale @ Morses Pond

Head over to Morses Pond on Saturday, Sept. 20 from 10am-2pm to score some treasures at the town-wide yard sale from 10am-2pm on Saturday, Sept. 20. It’s free to browse. It’s $15 per table space and there’s a maximum of 2 spaces per person. Register online or call the Wellesley Recreation Department for more info. […]

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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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Antique cars parade through Wellesley

Dozens and dozens of antique and flashy cars cruised through Wellesley on Sunday on their way to Elm Bank Reservation (which is technically in Dover, save for the Cheney Bridge at the entrance) for the annual classic car show. We ran across many familiar Wellesley faces at the show, including some of the car owners. […]

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Elm Bank revs up for annual Classic Car show

The twelfth annual Elm Bank Estate Antique, Classic and Custom Auto Show will be held at the Gardens at Elm Bank this Sunday, June 22. More than 700 vehicles are expected to be on display, all against the Gardens at Elm Bank at the height of their June glory. Open from 9 a.m. – 3:30 […]

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Antiques at Elm Bank returns June 14-15

The 9th annual Antiques at Elm Bank features 125 dealers with an eclectic mix of antiques, vintage and design elements. Rain or Shine: Indoors and under tents Saturday 9-5 Sunday 10-4 Elm Bank Reservation 900 Washinton St. (rte 16) Wellesley, Massachusetts Free parking—food pavillion—indoor restrooms

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Down goes historic Wellesley Beebe House — but it will live on, sort of

  Demolition of the historic Beebe House on the site of the former Wellesley Inn took place on Friday morning, as the Belclare condo/retail complex project moves forward. The Beebe House, a late 19th century cottage at 53 Grove St., makes way for the affordable housing component of the new development. The house eluded demolition […]

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Cars shine at Elm Bank show

Hundreds of antique, muscle and strange cars took over Elm Bank Reservation on the Wellesley/Natick/Dover line last Sunday.

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Antiques at Elm Bank this weekend, rain or shine

The annual Antiques at Elm Bank event takes place this coming weekend, June 8-9 at MassHort’s Elm Bank Reservation at the intersection of Wellesley/Natick on Rte. 16 (900 Washington St.) The event features 125 antiques dealers, an appraisal clinic from 11am-2pm both Saturday and Sunday, plus a visit from Dino the Green Dinosaur from 11am-1pm […]

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Wheels of Wellesley motor vehicle show to rev up in May

A free motor vehicle show called Wheels of Wellesley will be held at the Wellesley Community Center property at 219 Washington St., on Saturday May 18 from 9am-3pm during Wellesley’s Wonderful Weekend. Highlights will include James Bond’s favorite cars — Aston Martins — along with classic, exotic and antique cars owned by people in the […]

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