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Household Hazardous Waste Day, 8/29

The Medfield Public Works Department has announced a new date for this year's Household Hazardous Waste Day. The initial planned date of April 4 was cancelled due to COVID-19. Instead, it will be held on August 29 from 9:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m.

Residents with a Medfield Transfer Station sticker...

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Simple recycling ending in Westwood

Due to COVID-19, simple recycling (the pink bags used for textile recycling) will be ending in Westwood. Until next week, residents can use the pink bags for clothes, shoes, belts, and other accessories that can be recycled for other purposes.

The final curbside pickup for the pink textile bags...

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Community groups clean up Medfield

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By Amelia Tarallo Hometown Weekly Staff It is said that if each person took the time to pick up five pieces of trash in their community, the world would be a far better place. In honor of Earth Day, several local Medfield groups got together and took time out of their weekends to clean up...
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DPW makes daily efforts for town

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By Laura Drinan Hometown Weekly Reporter As seen in March, it’s not uncommon for New England to receive snowstorm after snowstorm. While playing out in the snow, shoveling driveways, and brushing off our cars, we see plows clearing the streets of snow and often hear them continuing to keep the roads safe throughout the night....
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How green is your garden?

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By Lisa Moore Hometown Weekly Correspondent Nearly 150 Wellesley residents attended the Landscapes for Living: A Forum on Eco-Friendly Gardening and Lawn Care held at the Wellesley Free Library. Co-sponsored by Wellesley Natural Resources Commission, Sustainable Wellesley, Health Department, Recreation Department, Department of Public Works, and Wellesley Free Library, the forum offered several how-to workshops...
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