Category Archives: Food

Wellesley Farmers’ Market to make triumphant return this spring

The Wellesley Farmers’ Market, which went on hiatus in 2014, will come roaring back this spring on a new day and at roomier location. The market,  held on Thursdays at the Whole Foods parking lot in 2012 and 2013, will now be held on Saturdays at 309 Washington St. (Rte. 16 West), where the UU Wellesley […]

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Wellesley stocks up on milk, water & everything else

Shoppers filled up the cash registers at local supermarkets on Monday in anticipation of winter storm Juno. Here’s a look at Roche Bros. in Linden Square at around 4pm. Thanks to reader Cherie Hoffman for sending along the photos. MORE Wellesley Storm action

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Kids’ program in Wellesley focuses on history of food

The Wellesley Historical Society, in partnership with the Wellesley Community Center, will be offering the next “Winter Wednesday” children’s program on Wednesday, January 28, from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. This is a drop-in program, so families can come and go as their schedules allow. The topic for January 28 will be “Food: the Old Ways.” […]

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Top Wellesley stories of 2014: E. coli, North 40, booze & more

All politics is local: Two locals — Gubernatorial candidate Joe Avellone and Treasurer candidate Mike Heffernan — took a run at statewide offices. Neither won, though a slew of Wellesleyites were called on to advise new Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker as he transitions into office. Locally, Gig Babson ended her nine-year streak on the Board of Selectmen […]

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Sprague School to sponsor the Ultimate Cookie Sale

Sprague’s Annual Cookie Walk, The Ultimate Cookie Sale Thursday, December 11 2:30 to 5:30 PM Sprague Gym It’s more than just cookies. Come see: David Hall, House Magician LINX Dancers Wellesley Merchant Raffle New Cupcake Corner New Cookie Grams New Eric Barry’s Photo Booth

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Santa looking for good girls and boys to breakfast with at Linden Square

Santa is stopping by The Cottage on December 6 for a breakfast buffet as part of a Linden Square holiday event. Breakfast with Santa is $10 per child or bring 2-3 pairs of new socks for kids up to age 12. There will be two seatings, at 8:30 am and at 9:45 am, and reservations […]

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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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Halloween candy abandoned at Wellesley dump

                Dump candy…mmm.  When that mid-morning sugar craving hits, I don’t care how I source my sweets. RELATED: Dump find of the week

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