Many things stop for the summer, but not Wellesley Neighbors, a non-profit organization for singles and couples over age 55 in Wellesley and surrounding towns. Spring activities included beer-making at Barleycorn’s in Natick, and summer fare ranges from regular events, like the monthly Men’s Lunch and Women’s Night Out, to restaurant outings, the Larz Anderson...Read more
By Laura Drinan
Hometown Weekly Reporter
For the past four years, Wellesley High School’s seniors have shared memories of walking the halls together, going to class with one another, and bonding during extracurricular activities. The time has come, though, for the class of 2018 to part ways. Before they head off across the world to...
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Page Waterman Fine Framing is moving 592 feet from its current location on Church Street around the corner and “back home” to 592a Washington Street, where its corporate offices and restoration studio have been located since 1983. “This has a nice ring to it for a few reasons. The business was founded in 1917 and so...Read more
By Rama K. Ramaswamy Winston Churchill once said: "we make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.” In keeping with this sentiment, the Wellesley Education Foundation awarded the Wellesley Public Schools slightly more than $259,000 via their January 2018 grant cycle, announced a few weeks ago. A total...Read more