Tuesday, April 9, 2013
Make Wayland Patch your bulletin board and you'll reach more people.
Community bulletin boards are a traditional way of reaching community members with your announcements, events, notices and business cards. Here's another option that can get your information in front of thousands of Wayland Patch subscribers and readers with just a few clicks: Post it on Patch. We offer free announcements for just about anything you want to publicize, like for-sale and wanted-to-buy notices, real estate listings, sports results and school awards. Patch also has a free calendar of events; and all businesses, nonprofits and other groups are entitled to free listings in our directory: Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your business info if it is not on our site. If you have longer announcements like honor rolls, …
Wednesday, April 3, 2013
Have a press release, announcement or news-worthy item to share? Post it on Patch.
Tuesday, February 19, 2013
Sign up for Patch's daily newsletter, and get breaking news alerts.
Monday, February 4, 2013
Saturday, November 24, 2012
Sign up for the free newsletter and you’ll keep up with what’s going on around town.
Keeping up with all the comings and goings in Wayland isn’t easy. Fortunately, Weston Patch is here to help.... Just sign up for our free daily newsletter and breaking news alerts and you’ll be able to keep up with local happenings with ease. The Weston Patch newsletter features the top headlines on the site, blog posts, events, announcements and even deals from local retailers. Signing up is simple, too! Just follow this link to get “Patched in!” If you want to submit news to the site so it has a chance to make in the newsletter, you can do that too! Just login and post to your heart’s content. Follow these links to get going: If you happen to be a shutterbug, you can even show off your skills by posting photos to our Pics & Clips gallery…
Tuesday, August 21, 2012
Just a humble request from your local news website.
Tuesday, August 21, 2012
Dear Faithful Readers, Each day you come to me, trusting that I will bring you the news and information you need to know about Wayland and the events that impact your town. And for that trust and faithfulness, I say thank you! But now I come to you with a request -- one that I believe will be mutually beneficial. Use me. It's that simple. My Events and Announcements sections become dusty, trickling riverbeds without you. But you can fix it. With your input, those sections transform from parched Internet landscapes to lush, vibrant locations where readers like you have posted news and announcements and added events to the public calendar. We know you have things going on that you want Patch readers to know -- you email those announcements …
Thursday, March 29, 2012
We've made changes to make Wayland Patch better for you.
No, you're not losing it! Patch looks different today. We did a quick visual nip-and-tuck to the homepage to make it even more user-friendly. And we've moved a couple pieces of furniture. For those keeping score: While the site might look a little different today, we still offer the same robust coverage of everything happening in your community. That was, is and will always be our mission. We hope you'll let us know what you think of our tweaks - drop me a line or offer a comment below!
Wednesday, March 7, 2012
What photo says "Wayland" to you.
Calling all Wayland photographers: We need your help. Later this month, the Wayland Patch page on Facebook will transition to the new timeline format. For those of you that have already embraced the new format on your personal page, you know that one giant photo dominates the screen. And we want that one giant photo that dominates the Wayland Patch page to be good -- really, really good. We also want it to be a graphic representation of Wayland. When you think of Wayland, what image comes to mind? Is it the new high school? Cochituate Field? The Grout-Heard House? The library? Perhaps it's just a seasonal scene? Full color, black and white, sepia tone ... the artistic license is yours (as long as the photo still reflects reality). We're …