Philip Borenstein is aghast:
That guy's getting quite a deal. I'd be embarrassed if my son did it for less than $400. And I live in Natick.
The Swellesley Report reports.
Wellesley Police posted this video, showing an alleged drunk driver bursting out of the Whole Foods parking lot onto State Street (around 1:00) Friday morning. WCVB reports the driver is an ER doctor at Newton-Wellesley Hospital and that the driver of the car she hit was taken to the hospital with two cracked ribs.
The Swellesley Report alerts us that Roche Bros. has slapped QR codes on its seafood displays that let smartphone users "see a photo of the fishing boat, the location fished, and even a description of the fishing gear used."
The Swellesley Report alerts us to ghosting, in which people sneak up on a front door, leave some treats, then ring the bell and run away.
Today must be Let's Lose Things Day in Wellesley.
The Globe reports Wellesley Police have interviewed the driver, are still looking for a particular witness.
Better start shaking your boots out if you visit.
The Swellesley Report rushes to the scene.
UPDATE: Photo of the moose.
Everybody stopped to stare out at Harvard Square
When she pulled up a seat at the juice bar
Could I please have a juice for this thirsty moose
She's been jogging cuz' she doesn't have a moose car
Separately, a Wellesley woman was stung by a scorpion, although it apparently hitched a ride in her luggage back from Italy.
The Swellesley Report posts a copy of the speech one teacher gave at graduation this year.
Brings in herd of goats to munch invasive plants, rather than using herbicides.
The Swellesley Report offers up some video of a car being driven across a temporary pedestrian bridge.
The Swellesley Report posts photos of a bald eagle spotted flitting around Reed Pond.
Wicked Local Newton reports that Chelsea Ingalls, arrested on charges she stole two purses at a Pops concert earlier this month, now faces armed robbery charges in Newton and Wellesley and a charge of attempted armed robbery in Framingham.
Wicked Local reports that in Newton, she is charged with pulling a large knife on a gas-station attendant on Christmas, five days after she was charged with coming down from the balcony at Symphony Hall and stealing two purses from the more expensive floor seats.
The Swellesley Report talks to one of Wellesley's first Volt owners, who uses the recharger installed at the town Whole Foods.
Wellesley Police report they are looking for three guys who broke into the Dunkin' Donuts on Rte. 9 eastbound just after the Natick line sometime early this morning and made off with a safe:
Two men using a yellow "fat max" bar make forced entry through the drive-thru window. ... The two men struggled with the window, finally made entry. One of the men opened the rear door allowing a third male to enter the store. Suspect #2 wearing a mask, used a sledgehammer to force open an office door. Once inside, suspects remove small Sentry style safe from a drawer and fled through the rear of Dunkin Donuts.