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Summer Movie Series marches on

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As part of the Summer Movie Series, Wellesley residents and their families gathered on the lawn of Wellesley Town Hall at sunset on August 9 for a viewing of the modern classic, “Field of Dreams.” [caption id="attachment_20270" align="alignleft" width="225"]A girl stands proud while she balances to walk on a... 			
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Local voting civil amidst heated election

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By Katrina Margolis Hometown Weekly Reporter The recent Presidential election has been one of the most heated in history. Opinions and emotions were flying high, as issues beyond just party differences were brought to the surface. The nation as a whole bubbled with anticipation as the votes rolled in, watching diligently as each state was...
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Cottage Street tour historically enlightening

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By Rama K. Ramaswamy The Wellesley Historical Society is a nonprofit, founded in 1925. It has resided in a number of locations, including the Town Hall and the Wellesley Hills Branch Library until 1975, when the Dadmun-McNamara House was purchased from the McNamara family for $1 and moved from its location on Rt. 9...
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World of Wellesley holds peace vigil

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By Rama K. Ramaswamy The day after the tragic Pulse attack in Orlando, World of Wellesley President Michelle Chalmers organized and invited friends and neighbors to gather at Wellesley Town Hall green. The invitation read: “Wellesley community, neighbors and friends, please join us at a community peace vigil, honoring those who tragically died or...
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Town election to decide Fate of Senior Center

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By Rama K Ramaswamy On May 10, Wellesley will hold a Special Town Election to consider a debt exclusion question to fund the construction of a Senior Center. The debate, assessment and feasibility studies, in partnership with the Board of Selectmen, in collaboration with the Council on Aging (COA) via formation of a Senior...
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