Week In Review: Election Day, Coach's Arrest, Town Center Wine and More

Another busy week in Wayland news. Check out a recap of the top headlines.

Delia Michael is excited to open Bottled of Wayland at Wayland Town Center. She showed Patch around what will become her wine and specialty foods shop.

Wayland Baseball Coach Pleads Not Guilty to OUI Charge
Joseph Cincotta told police he'd been out celebrating a football victory before he was pulled over and arrested for OUI.

How Did Wayland Vote on Election Day?
Wondering how voters in Wayland's four precincts voted? Here's a hint: Wayland leans strongly Democrat. We have full results at the link above.

Blog: Katie's Races Bring Heart, Pride to Wayland
Katie's Races were in town last weekend and Wayland Patch blogger Cari Cornish both participated and told us about it. Check out her inspiring recap of the events.

Town Center Stop & Shop Becomes Hub for Hurricane Sandy Donations
Some residents decided the wanted to do something to help the victims of Hurricane Sandy in Breezy Point, N.Y., so they worked with Stop & Shop to make it happen.


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