Category Archives: Business

Wellesley Planning Board seeks resident, business rep for Rte. 9 study group

Dear Town Residents and Commercial/Business Owners: The Planning Board is seeking 1 resident representative and 1 representative of the commercial/business community to serve on the Route 9 Enhancement Study & Plan Stakeholder Group. The Route 9 Enhancement Study & Plan is a community-outreach-driven study for the Route 9 Corridor that will provide tailored strategies for […]

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Wellesley Chamber of Commerce golf event to tee off next week

The Wellesley Chamber of Commerce is returning to the Wellesley Country Club on Monday, July 27 for its annual golf event.  Proceeds from the event’s Match Hole will benefit the Wellesley Food Pantry, which currently serves more than 230 registered Wellesley households. Golf event registration info here:

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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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Looks like Green’s Hardware will get to use some of its tools this week

Green’s Hardware on Washington Street in Wellesley is closed this week, due to unforeseen circumstances. (We love it when businesses actually explain why they’re closed, by the way.) (Thanks to reader IC for sending info/photo.)

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Wellesley resident connects parenting, entrepreneurship

Wellesley resident Trond Undheim, whose startup Yegii we’ve written about in the past, has penned an essay for WBUR/NPR’s Cognoscenti website titled: “The Best Training For Entrepreneurship? Hint: She Doesn’t Sleep Through The Night.” Undheim, who in addition to running Yegii is a senior lecturer at MIT’s Sloan School of Management, writes that growing a company, like […]

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Eric Barry Photography settles down in Wellesley Square

Photographer Eric Barry is used to capturing perfect images of peoples’ children, families, and wedding days, but finding the perfect studio in Wellesley has proved elusive. A long-time fixture in town, he started out at 402 Washington St., then moved temporarily into the former Follain spot at 50 Central St. (which was Twig before that). Finally, he’s […]

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