Wayland Police Make Warrant Arrest
A Dracut man was arrested by Wayland police following a traffic stop Wednesday afternoon.
Home of the Week: A Sprawling Wayland Mansion
This sprawling Wayland mansion located at 45 Waltham Road, is currently listed for $9.3 million.
Police: Three Wayland Businesses Sold Cigarettes to Minors
Three Wayland businesses were nabbed selling cigarettes to a minor Tuesday during undercover cigarette compliance checks conducted by the Wayland Police Department.
CBS 3 Springfield
Wayland woman caught breaking into ice cream plant
Police say a Wayland woman wasn't looking for a sweet treat when she broke into a closed ice cream factory over the weekend.
Home of the Week: New Construction on Main Street
This single-family home, located at 281 Main St., is currently selling in Wayland for $1.1 million.
Wayland Police Charge Local Man With Failure to Register As a Sex Offender
An investigation into a possible restraining order violation in Wayland Tuesday morning ended with the arrest of a local man on a charge of failure to register as a sex offender.
Snow on Tuesday Could Snarl Evening Commute
Mother Nature isn't done with us yet. The National Weather Service is predicting 3 to 7 inches of snow for Wayland on Tuesday.
Home of the Week: A Newly Updated Spot on Glezen Lane
This single-family home, located at 214 Glezen Lane, is currently selling in Wayland for $585,000.
Wall Street Journal
Fitbit Wristband Users Complain of Rashes
Fitbit, a maker of wristbands that track physical fitness, says it is "helping people lead healthier, more active lives."
Wayland Police Nab Alleged Home Repair Scammer
After receiving word that a local resident had been scammed out of more than $5,000 by someone posing as a home contractor, Wayland police arrested a Framingham man following an interview at the station Thursday morning.
Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Conn. casinos use liens to collect debts
In 2006, years before Mohegan Sun arranged to lease 42 acres for a proposed casino and hotel at Suffolk Downs, the company went after a much humbler piece of real estate in the neighborhood, the home of an elderly man who had gambled far beyond his means.