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Flooding hits Wellesley

Wellesley police were busy helping motorists get around town on Monday in the wake of flash floods on Rte. 9 and across other parts of town, including Wellesley Square. Officer Joseph on Rt. 9 after helping a motorist out of his flooded vehicle today is the #WPD Photo of the Day pic.twitter.com/mCASVUarC7 — Wellesley Police […]

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Wild Wellesley Wednesday weather

Thanks to Wellesley resident Bill Shribman, who knows a thing or two about photography, for sending this video starring some spooky weather and his dog Nellie over at Kelly Fields near Bates Elementary School. Shribman wrote: “I think it felt more dramatic in person but you can really see the wind pick up and swirl upwards. […]

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Sundials of Wellesley

Sundials make for good photos, so we’ve been taking pictures of the ones we run across in Wellesley. The top one is from a courtyard at Wellesley College and next two are photos of the sundial near the Whitin Observatory at the college. The bottom two  are photos of the sundial at the Wellesley Free […]

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Move over Al Roker: Have you seen Wellesley’s awesome new weatherman?

Who needs Al Roker or Harvey Leonard? There’s a new weatherman in Wellesley, and his name is Jake Maulin: the personal trainer is promoting his local business on Wellesley Media while spreading the word on living healthy and taking advantage of nice weather when you can.

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Collateral damage from snowstorm in Wellesley

Reader EM writes that she was feeling miffed about re-shoveling the end of her driveway every time the plow went by yesterday and created a new barrier. That is until she saw this mailbox, the apparent victim of aggressive plowing, on Great Plain Avenue just south of Brook Street.

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Wellesley gets behind Ms. G for State Groundhog

Hunnewell Elementary students in Wellesley are getting a lesson about animals, weather and politics all wrapped into one as they campaign to elect Ms. G, a 12-year-old groundhog at Mass Audubon’s Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary in Lincoln, to the post of State Groundhog. The kids will have a chance this Wednesday  at 1pm to make […]

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Wellesley winter white-out

Feel free to pass along your most amazing storm photos: [email protected] Good Morning Wellesley. Roads are still snow covered and the town is quiet. Here's Wellesley Square. #wpd pic.twitter.com/W7NTsPQm2y — Wellesley Police (@WellesleyPolice) January 3, 2014

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Wellesley schools on weather watch for Thursday

From Wellesley Public Schools, sent Weds, Jan. 1: Dear Parents and Staff, We are continuing to monitor the weather forecast and the impending storm that is expected to produce significant snowfall in the greater Boston area in the next 48 hours.  At this point, we are planning on a regular start to our day tomorrow […]

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Windy Wellesley

Thanks to reader EM for passing along this photo of storm/wind damage on Cross Street in Wellesley on Sunday, where branches appear to be where they shouldn’t be. Hopefully, we’ll be spared too much more as the rains descend upon on this week…

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All Hail Wellesley!

Wellesley resident Mitch Fournier writes: “I see your rainbow pix and raise you some hail from yesterday’s storm.” RELATED: Quintuple double rainbows over Wellesley

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