11 area districts join new virtual school

Boston Globe 7/12/14: 11 area districts join new virtual school. A new public school drawing students from across the region, and the state, opens next month with freshly hired teachers and administrators, a fully developed curriculum, and a spirited academic mission. What sets apart the school for students in kindergarten through 12th grade is Continue reading here

Booze-on-Demand Service Drizly Expands to Wayland

Wayland Patch 7/11/14: Booze-on-Demand Service Drizly Expands to Wayland. Drizly, an alcohol-on-demand service that bills itself as the “Amazon for alcohol,” is now available in Wellesley. Users can order beer, wine, or liquor using the Drizly app. Delivery drivers, equipped with ID scanners, show up with the booze in 20-40 minutes. The Continue reading here

Conduct complaints eclipse Minuteman School Committee goal-setting

Wayland Town Crier 7/12/14: Conduct complaints eclipse Minuteman School Committee goal-setting. The Minuteman School Committee met Tuesday to discuss future goals, but past allegations of committee misconduct and fallout from a recent decision on school building size dominated parts of the meeting. The committee’s first agenda item at the July 8 meeting was Continue reading here
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Obituary: Virginia R. Croft

CROFT, Virginia R. "Ginny" (Cain) Of Townsend formerly of Wayland and Canton died peacefully and comfortably surrounded by her family on July 5, 2014. Beloved wife of the late Harold L. "Harry" Croft, Jr who died on Feb. 7, 1978. Devoted and loving mother of William L. Croft and his wife Susan D. of West Townsend; Robert J. Croft and his wife Patricia of Largo, FL; Leo H. Croft and his wife Kathleen of Natick; Virginia A. Stemke and her husband Robert of Lakeside, CA and the late Christina M. Hottleman who died on July 23, 2004. Also survived by seven grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. At the request of her family there will be no funeral ...
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A look at familial relationships at WHS

WSPN takes a look at the different familial relationships at WHS and the effects they can have on students and staff.
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Students discuss sibling influence

Competition is a natural part of high school, especially when it comes to getting into college. However, the competition becomes much more intense when it is between siblings. Younger siblings are often influenced by the choices their older siblings make and try to copy their example.
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Obituary: David Nicholas Fay

FAY, David Nicholas Of Wayland, formerly of Brookline and Newton, died on June 12, 2014. Beloved father of Leah Fay George and her husband Bradley and their children Bella and Cruz George all of Sudbury; David Nicholas Fay, Jr. and his wife Laurie Ann and their son Jack Fay all of Huntersville, NC and Christopher David Fay and his wife Annette and their children Abigail and Ashlee Fay all of Nashua, NH. Brother of Peggy Fay Magee and her husband Tom of Wilmington. Brother-in-law of Carol Fay of Newton. Also survived by his former wife Patricia Leone Fay of Wayland. Visitations on Sunday, June 22, 2014 from 4:00 to 7:00 am at the John C. Bryant Funeral Home, 56 Pemberton ...
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