Thursday, March 14, 2013
We've had some changes to Wayland's business landscape lately, so we wanted to know what is STILL missing.
We keep having brushes with spring, when warmer days drive us to leave our coats at home (or at least in the car) and not despise the far away parking spot quite so much. With warmer days, comes a greater desire to spend time walking Wayland's streets and sidewalks, browsing the stores and shops that are there and dreaming of ... ... well, of what? Wayland has seen a lot of change in the past year, in particular, with Wayland Town Center coming online. And we know we've asked this question before, but with town center taking shape, it seemed a good time to ask it again. If you could move any business or type of business to Wayland, what would it be? Don't feel constrained by bylaws or zoning or even possibility. Dream big. What business …
Wednesday, December 26, 2012
We're spending time this week looking back on some of the stories that impacted Wayland in 2012.
It's tough to pick just one story from among the business topics that made news in Wayland this year, so we simply selected the top five business headlines based on readership numbers since they published. Check out the headlines below, but don't be afraid to search the New archive for more on each topic. Stop & Shop Announces Opening Date, Manager, Hiring Details (Oct. 18, 2012) Frozen Yogurt Innovations Opens in Wayland (May 16, 2012) Finnerty's Site Developers Discuss Plans with Design Review Board (July 16, 2012) Veteran Restaurateurs Excited to Bring Their Vision to Finnerty's Site (Oct. 29, 2012) Local Family Excited to Bring Dessert to Wayland Town Center (Oct. 22, 2012)
Thursday, March 15, 2012
There are a few great ways to use Wayland Patch to spread the word about your business.
Patch is a great local resource for folks looking for the latest news in Wayland. The site also has a few things which local businessowners can do to help spread the word about what they do best. Here are a few ways businessowners can get the most out of the site: If your business is in another Patch town, these tips will work on those sites as well.
Thursday, June 2, 2011
Ai3, based in Wayland, has designed other schools in the Hingham area.
The Hingham School Building Committee has decided on the architectural firm Ai3 of Wayland as the designer for the proposed new Hingham Middle School. The committee met with four designers on May 18 and 19. Each designer had 75 minutes to give a presentation, and the School Building Committee was most impressed with the designers Ai3. "The process was a very good one,” said School Committee member Raymond Estes. “I feel good about the result. We look forward to working with Ai3.” Estes said the School Building Committee chose Ai3 over Symmes Maini & McKee Associates who was the other finalist in the selection process. “We essentially made a choice and are negotiating a contract with [Ai3] right away,” Estes said At last night’s School …