Whether it was Gov. Deval Patrick inspecting the Cedar Street Bridge or Hollywood movie producer J. Todd Harris shooting a movie on Sprague Field, Wellesley Patch was there to capture it on video.
Here are the top five videos from this past year (in chronological order):
- Gov. Deval Patrick and Rep. Alice Peisch May 17 to check out the progress of the aging overpass. The Massachusetts Department of Transportation over July 4th weekend.
- When longtime fugitive in June, Wellesley Patch hit the streets to get the local reaction.
- Film producer J. Todd Harris was at July 11 shooting “Crooked Arrows,” the first-ever film about the sport of lacrosse. with Wellesley Patch about the movie, which is due out next year.
- One Wellesley Square bookstore underwent a transformation this year: Wellesley Booksmith became Wellesley Books, and in its inaugural year, the store had a . Store owner Gillian Kohli chatted with Wellesley Patch in July about her vision for the store.
- Following , Wellesley’s Recycling and Disposal Facility stayed open for extended hours to assist with debris cleanup. Several residents talked with Wellesley Patch about their