Category Archives: Outdoors

Watching over Wellesley portion of Boston Marathon course

Wellesley photographer Mike Casey has way nicer cameras than we do, and he took to Twitter to share this cool shot of the helicopters that have been buzzing over the Boston Marathon course for security reasons. Better than seeing a gyrocopter on the White House’s lawn. Military choppers fly overhead in Wellesley on yet another surveillance […]

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Wellesley High sophs to lead 3rd/4th graders on trail walks & more

                            Wellesley High School sophomores Sam Gilman and Eric Fichtel, as part of a leadership development program at the school, will be taking 3rd and 4th graders on local trail walks and organizing related educational games on the first three weekends in May. Participants in the […]

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Wellesley Spring road race schedule is packed

Road racing rules in Wellesley during the Spring. In addition to the Boston Marathon, which goes through town on April 20, here’s a look at other races. *Officer Stewart Savage Memorial 5K Road Race/Fun Run: Sunday, May 3. Held at Babson College, the run run starts at 10, the road race at 11am. $20 pre-registration, […]

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Wellesley’s week in pictures


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Dogs sending a message on Wellesley trails

The Wellesley Trails Committee has posted a sign to encourage dog owners to clean up after their pets on the Crosstown Trail at Turner Road. Meanwhile, some anonymous dogs have been posting signs of their own… RELATED: Guided Spring Walks begin May 2

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Video proves that time flies in Wellesley

Wellesley High School junior Thomas D’Anieri has shared with us a swell time-lapse video of Wellesley that clearly was in the works before this winter began. The video, posted to YouTube this week, is simply titled “Wellesley” and represents D’Anieri’s “attempt at capturing the beauty Wellesley has to offer.”

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