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... Read more
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.