Week in Review: Fujita Trial Begins, Blizzard Recovery, Town Election Ballot

A look back at some of the top headlines in Wayland this week.

Wayland Murder: Nathaniel Fujita Trial
Patch was in the courtroom this week as jury selection occurred then opening statements and early testimony in the trial of Nathaniel Fujita, the man accused of killing Lauren Astley in 2011. Patch is live blogging the courtroom proceedings, and the link above is to a topic page where info about the case and trial is housed.

Special Education Teacher Wins 'Trip of a Lifetime' Award
A veteran Wayland Middle School special education teacher is this year's recipient of the Mary L. Johnson Travelship Award.

Three Days Later: Wayland DPW Crews in Clean-Up Mode
The Wayland Department of Public Works said they were dealing with an epic storm last weekend and continued cleaning it up days after the storm.

Nomination papers were due Feb. 12, and based on those that were returned, there will be some new faces on some of the town's most visible boards.

Earth Day Invite: Visit a Wayland Solar Home and Biointensive Garden
Transition Wayland will be hosting open houses in honor of Earth Day. Leading up to the event, they will submit weekly articles outlining some of the green features of the participating homes.


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