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.
Wellesley PD Action News reports live from the scene!
Wouldn't you love to hear the... Read more
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... Read more
The Swellesley Report talks to one of Wellesley's first Volt owners, who uses the recharger installed at the town Whole Foods.
Graffiti's gotten so bad in Wellesley town officials have had to put up signs telling people not to spray-paint things. And somebody promptly spray painted those signs!
Wellesley Police report a 30-year-old man was hit and killed by an outbound MBTA commuter-rail train around 3:10 p.m.
The train was slowing on approach to the Wellesley Farms Station when a male party crossed the tracks in front of the train. There were approximately 125 passengers on the train at the time of the incident.
Detectives from the Wellesley Police Department, MBTA... Read more
John Halamka reports all the extra bird food he's put out and the heated bird bath have attracted plenty of birds to his Wellesley backyard this winter - and not just of the birdseed-eating variety:
I looked up and saw a cardinal eating safflower. I looked up again and saw a Red-Shouldered hawk eating the cardinal.... Read more
That would be Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center CTO John Halamka, who describes his home weather station, how he got it hooked into Weather Underground and what lessons people who run large, complex computer networks at large, complex health-care providers can take away from it all.
At the Globe, apparently, it's a fence in front of an abandoned hole in the ground.
Via the Swellesley Report, which declares the photo "damn weird."
Bella Wong, superintendent of Wellesley public schools, has sent out a letter of apology to parents of students for allowing six-graders to pray while visiting the Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center (ISBCC), in Roxbury.