Thousands of Boston Marathon Jimmy Fund Walk participants walked through Wellesley, some starting in Hopkinton and others starting at Wellesley High, along the Boston Marathon route.  Beautiful weather for a very long walk for a very good cause. ...

Thousands walk through Wellesley to support cancer research and more...


Thousands walk through Wellesley to support cancer research

Thousands of Boston Marathon Jimmy Fund Walk participants walked through Wellesley, some starting in Hopkinton and others starting at Wellesley High, along the Boston Marathon route.  Beautiful weather for a very long walk for a very good cause. @thejimmyfund Walk streams through #wellesleyhills #beatcancer #wellesleylife #wellesley @danafarber A post shared by theswellesleyreport (@theswellesleyreport) on Sep […]

      
 
 
 

Schofield 5th graders helping out Hurricane Harvey victims

Schofield School Hurricane Harvey Helpers The Schofield 5th grade students are collecting spare change and/or $20 gift cards (or less, but no larger than $49.99 for tax purposes) to Kohls, Target or Walmart. We are helping families who were victims of Hurricane Harvey. We are helping the the students and families of the Dickinson Independent […]

      
 
 
 

Remember Wellesley’s Milestone restaurant? It has sorta resurfaced in Rhode Island

Milestone, a restaurant that featured Southern European cooking, occupied the Wellesley Square space where Juniper now operates over the course of 2009-2014. It was run by a local named Charlie Papakonstantinou (his parents run the Maugus restaurant in Wellesley) who said at the time of Milestone’s closing that “I like to think we’ve done something good […]

      
 
 
 

Wellesley Natural Resources Commission has a bright idea

SPONSORED POST:  The Wellesley Natural Resources Commission will present “Bright Ideas: A Workshop on Smart Outdoor Lighting” as part of a community-friendly lighting program designed to educate residents about lighting that’s safe and healthy for humans, wildlife, and the environment. WHEN:  Tuesday, September 26 TIME: 7pm – 8:30 pm WHERE: Wellesley Free Library, 530 Washington St., […]

      
 
 
 

Wellesley Cultural Council grant apps due in October

The Wellesley Cultural Council is accepting applications from artists, performers, educators and/or organizations for projects that enrich the cultural life of the residents of Wellesley.  Applicants may seek funding for community-oriented programs to be presented in 2018, including but not limited to lectures, performances, exhibits, workshops, and/or festivals. Completed applications are due by October 16, 2017.  Late […]

      
 
 
 

 

 
   
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