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While the Boston Red Sox are down in Arlington, Texas this weekend, the team’s traveling showcase made a stop at Hunnewell Field in Wellesley on Saturday afternoon. The fun event included games of skill, autographs from Sox vets like Jason Varitek...
From: The Swellesley Report | By: bbrown | Sunday, June 26, 2016
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Rainfall has been lower than average this month by about 3.5 inches, but all that dry weather has kept sun-loving perennials happy and convinced the roses to go from bud to bloom in record time. Here are a few pics of what’s been growing in Wellesley...
From: The Swellesley Report | By: Deborah Brown | Friday, June 24, 2016
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  Becca Pizzi, the Belmont woman who wowed the world earlier this year by completing 7 marathons in 7 days on 7 continents (and finishing first among women in each of them), has committed to running the Wellesley Turkey Trot this Thanksgiving morning....
From: The Swellesley Report | By: bbrown | Sunday, June 26, 2016
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This from the Department of Public Works: Work continues on the track and field project at Wellesley High School. Heimlich Landscaping & Construction Corporation continues with the site demo. The topsoil from the football field is currently being...
From: The Swellesley Report | By: admin | Sunday, June 26, 2016
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Sustainable Wellesley is once again offering milkweed plants in an effort to help out Monarch butterfly populations, which are down by 90 percent due to habitat loss and the use of pesticides and herbicides.  You can help restore the Monarchs by planting...
From: The Swellesley Report | By: admin | Saturday, June 25, 2016
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