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Verizon FiOS, Cox Media tick off Wellesley

Wellesley residents were among the 400,000 households in Massachusetts forced on Thanksgiving Day to miss the Cowboys-Eagles football game and spend more quality time with family on the holiday as a result of a financial dispute between Verizon FiOS and Cox Media, which owns the Fox TV station that carries NFL games. Some of us […]

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Wellesley Marketplace welcomes holiday shoppers

The Wellesley Hills Junior Women’s Club’s annual Wellesley Marketplace event that took place Saturday at the Wellesley Middle School drew over 2,000 shoppers and 150+ exhibitors. I’m not shy about shopping so I jumped right into the fray, on a quest for unique gifts and whatever else might jump out at me. Here’s what I […]

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Not just another Wellesley Square leather party

Amy Lynch and Demian Wendrow, the new owners of Wellesley Square retailers London Harness and Tumi as of Oct. 31, are celebrating with an open house at 45 Central St., in Wellesley Square on Thursday, Nov. 20, from 5:30-8:30pm. You can RSVP here if interested in attending the event, which will feature light fare, prizes and the […]

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Wedding ring found in Wellesley Whole Foods parking lot

Yes, you love Whole Foods Market in Wellesley, but we’re guessing you love your significant other even more. So if you think you might have lost your woman’s wedding band at the store recently (the ring was found in the parking lot on Friday, Nov. 14), head over to the Wellesley Police station so that you […]

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Wellesley to kiss $5 Comella’s pizzas good-bye

The biggest pizza bargain around, Comella’s $5 16-inch pizzas, will soon cost $6 (we don’t play marketers’ 99 cent games). The loss leader for Comella’s will still cost way less than any other big pizza in town as far as we can tell. And if you suspect this is purely a Wellesley tax, it isn’t. […]

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“The” Linden Square goes soft with “The” Cashmere Sale

A pop-up store dubbed “The” Cashmere Sale that is selling cashmere sweaters, wraps and accessories has found itself “the” coziest little spot in Linden Square. “The” storefront at 165 Linden St. next to “The” California Pizza Kitchen, is one of 10 across the country in swanky locales including Darien, Greenwich and LA. “The” Cashmere Sale describes […]

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Fancy clothing retailer David Chase coming to Wellesley Square

Specialty clothier David Chase will soon give Wellesley-ites who summer in Nantucket another reason to feel at home in either location — the longtime Nantucket retailer plans to open two boutiques next spring in Wellesley Square. David Chase, which also has a Palm Beach location, offers fine men’s and women’s fashions from Europe, such as from Fina More, […]

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October in review, Wellesley

It was a month of comings and goings in town, with four establishments opening and three closing their doors either temporarily or forever, as well as some change in personnel at town hall and the high school sports side of things. The closing that caused the biggest stir in town was White Mountain Creamery, a […]

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