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Babson, Medfielder Schofield dominate in opener

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By Mike Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor The Babson College men’s lacrosse team took to MacDowell Field for the first time this season on Wednesday afternoon as the Beavers (1-0, 0-0) hosted Roger Williams. Behind a six-point afternoon from senior attack-man Owen Allen (four goals, two assists), the Beavers (1-0, 0-0) started 2020 on the...
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Organist Brett Miller to perform

Talented young keyboardist Brett Miller is set to present an afternoon of unforgettable music, from pops to light classical. Brett, a finalist in the American Theatre Organ Society's Young Organist competition, has presented concerts all across the country to great acclaim. Miller will take the stage on Sunday, January 12, at 2:30 p.m. in Babson College's...
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Wellesley spells victory U-P-H-A-M P-T-O

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By James Kinneen Hometown Weekly Reporter At this year’s Scripps National Spelling Bee Competition, the competition went on for so long that the event was forced to end on an eight-way tie when the organizers ran out of words that could challenge the young, elite spellers. This would not be an issue on Wednesday,...
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Broadmeadow and Mitchell renew rivalry

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By James Kinneen Hometown Weekly Reporter On Friday night, the bleachers of Babson College’s Webster Center were packed with a marching band, mascots, and students screaming for the people they see in class every day. But the students weren’t college kids and the players weren’t Babson Beavers - it was the annual Broadmeadow-Mitchell School...
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WTP to present ‘Junie B. Jones, Jr’

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The Wellesley Theatre Project (WTP) is set to present "Junie B. Jones, Jr" on Friday, December 7, at 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. and Saturday, December 8, and Sunday, December 9, at 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. All performances will take place at the The Sorenson Center at Babson College, located at 19...
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Spelling Bee delights town, raises funds

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By Rama K. Ramaswamy and Jessamy Harrington Last week, 55 teams competing in the Wellesley Education Foundation’s annual Spelling Bee at Sprague School raised approximately $62,000. Team Health Advances LLC, consisting of Melissa Lowder, Laura Gullet and Valerie Enriquez, took home the coveted trophy for the second time by spelling the word "adactylous.” They...
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Batty back in town at Babson

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Former Wellesley High School head boys lacrosse coach Rocky Batty is back in town after a year away as an assistant at Boston University. Babson College announced on July 11 that Batty will take over as the school’s head men’s lacrosse coach, effective immediately. Batty – who has seen...
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Rebels battle Raiders, take down Wildcats

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Last season, the story of the Bay State Conference and maybe Massachusetts high school hockey as a whole was Walpole’s incredible run to a Super Eight berth via an undefeated regular season. In 2017-2018, the script has yet to be written as to whether or not a Bay...
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Wellesley Rotary to host Michael Tobin

The Rotary Club of Wellesley has announced that Michael Tobin will present at its January 2 meeting at the Wellesley College Club. Michael will speak about the Wellesley Conservation Council. Michael Tobin is a volunteer officer and board member of the Wellesley Conservation Council, Wellesley's non-profit land trust, since 2015. He serves on the membership, social...
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Dana Hall hosting social pressure forum

On Thursday, November 16, from 7–8:30 p.m., Dana Hall School will host The Forum: A Conversation on Girls and Social Pressure. This collaborative program is free and open to the public. Registration is required. The Forum at Dana Hall School is a symposium series designed to examine a topic of particular relevance to girls and girls’...
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Rockets take home Division I lacrosse title

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor The Needham High School varsity girls lacrosse team concluded an absolutely dominant 2017 season with an 8-5 win over Longmeadow on Saturday afternoon at Boston University in the MIAA Division I state championship game. Following an 18-3 regular season that saw zero conference defeats and an outright Bay...
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Walpole’s Brothers Wagner making name in hockey

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor While the Wagner family may be best known in Walpole for their success as adolescents in Little League baseball (2006 Miracle Padres, never forget), it is in the Wagner family blood to excel in athletics and more specifically in recent years, the game of hockey. The common tale of...
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Needham residents can apply for Babson scholarship

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By Josh Perry Hometown Weekly Staff

The Needham Board of Selectmen has announced that it is currently accepting applications for scholarships from Needham residents interested in attending Babson College in 2016-17.

Residents of all ages are eligible to apply for the scholarships, which are given from funds distributed by the school...

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