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Wellesley High student athletes honored by Boston Globe
Aug 28, 2014 • The Swellesley ReportWellesley won 69.50 percent of its games and earned its first Globe Scholastic Award, taking Ames Division 2. The award was one of 10 the Globe presented in the 42d year of its Scholastic Awards. The awards rank schools based on their win-loss ... More
Take the time to 'Reinvest in You'
Sep 26, 2014 • Wicked Local WellesleyIt will be held at Wellesley High School from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 25. The conference features a research expert from the MIT Age Lab, lifestyle and social media experts from AARP Massachusetts, and retirement planning experts from the ... More
Wellesley High senior takes pageantry to Washington DC
Sep 5, 2014 • Wicked Local WellesleyKincade lives in Roslindale and has ridden the bus from there—and other Boston neighborhoods where she's lived—to Wellesley since she was a first grader in the town's METCO program. By the end of her senior year, Kincade said she hopes to be driving ... More
Big Turnout Expected for 2014 Jimmy Fund Walk
Sep 20, 2014 • Boston.comBoston, MA--9/8/2013--Team Ari of Newton includes 2-year-old Ari (cq), riding on the shoulders of his dad Matt Goldwasser (cq) and mom JulieSue Goldwasser (cq), carrying 1-year-old Alison Goldwasser (cq). The 25th annual Boston Marathon Jimmy Fund ... More
Attleboro area's long-distance fighters
Sep 15, 2014 • Attleboro Sun ChronicleFrom 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. from Wellesley High School in Wellesley for the 13.1-mile route. * 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. from Boston College for the 5-mile route. * 1:30 p.m. from Dana Farber Cancer Institute for the 3-mile route. PROCEEDS: The event supports ... More
Book review: Words of wisdom for graduates from a veteran teacher
Sep 7, 2014 • The Providence JournalIf you'll forgive the cliché, the apple doesn't fall far from the tree. Like his historian father, David McCullough Jr., a longtime English teacher at Wellesley High School in Massachusetts, is a teacher's teacher, a writer's writer. Both, to hop ... More
Percy Hayles saw boys struggling and said 'I gotta do something'
Sep 11, 2014 • Christian Science MonitorOn a Saturday morning in Roxbury, Mass., nearly four years ago, he was able to draw nearly 50 area-teenagers away from their beds and video games to learn life management skills. Percy's long career in education included a brief stint in the public ... More
Cold Chain Technologies Participates in Boston Marathon Jimmy Fund Walk, 9/21
Sep 7, 2014 • Broadway WorldHOLLISTON, Mass., Sept. 8, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ Cold Chain Technologies (CCT), a market leading global manufacturer of insulated packaging solutions is proud to announce its participation in the Boston Marathon Jimmy Fund Walk presented by Hyundai ... More
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