Newspapers, magazines, web sites covering Wellesley
Boston Globe’s Your Town Wellesley: Aggregates news from Globe and other sources.
Wellesley Patch: One of AOL’s local websites, covering Wellesley.
Wellesley Townsman: Weekly that includes local news, including politics, school happenings, local activity calendars.
Wellesley News: Wellesley College student newspaper.
Wellesley Media Corp: Info on the local cable access channel, including volunteer opportunities.
Ageless…: Wellesley’s Renee Gold on living an upbeat life
Manners for Modern Mothers: Fun blog on dos and don’ts for parents, written by a Wellesley mom and a Chestnut Hill mom. (blog retired in August, 2013)
Will Work for Food Project (by Valerie Gates), will track the progress of the Will Work For Food Project by Boston-based design firm Gates Studio. We want to help small, local growers with their marketing and branding needs by offering a tiered pro bono sliding scale of our services and at the same time introduce our family to locally-grown produce and to raise awareness about local farms and sustainable farming. Related: 1000Radishes, which focuses on connecting people and local farms.
Dreams du Dog, the musings of Tucker, a Walker Foxhound who lives in Wellesley
Gina Milne’s Willow Decor: Decor Inspired by a love of European Country and Classic Design influenced by Swedish, Belgian and Gustavian Styles
Abby Glassenberg‘s While She Naps, on the blogger’s soft sculptures and assorted homey stuff.
Charles Glassenberg‘s The Real Charlie, on fatherhood, beer, personal finance and living near Boston.
John Halamka’s Life as a Healthcare CIO
Jerome Grossman‘s Relentless Liberal on politics, healthcare.
Liz Davis, a Wellesley High teacher, blogs on The Power of Educational Technology
Megan Brooks is a librarian at Wellesley College and blogs on Librarygrrrl.net
Wellesley Free Library Reference Blog: news about Reference services, new books, and library happenings.
Wellesley Community Art Project: Artists, property owners, the town collaborating to beautify Wellesley Square.
Josh Dorin’s Wellesley History blog